Neighborhood Meeting - North Avenue Planning and Targeting Investment in Reservoir Hill

You are invited to a


For residents of Chauncey, Brooks, the 2400 & 2500blocks of Brookfield, the 2400 block of Callow, Lakeview, and Druid Park Lake Drive

Thursday, 19 March 2015 – 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm – RSVP requested
Riviera Apartments, 901 Druid Park Lake Drive (enter by Linden Avenue)
Free Refreshments provided
Please RSVP or direct questions to the Reservoir Hill Improvement Council office at 410.225.7547 or by email at

Two major planning efforts are underway that can bring positive changes to Reservoir Hill
Please join us and offer your ideas

JEH Community Investment Strategy/INSPIRE
Investing in Neighborhoods and Schools to Promote Improvement, Revitalization, and Excellence

The renovation of John Eager Howard Elementary School is an extraordinary opportunity to create a strategic plan to guide public and private investment in Reservoir Hill.  150 people have already provided input to this planning process. Please join us as we discuss preliminary recommendations.  What do the streets and sidewalks in your part of Reservoir Hill need?  Are lighting improvements needed? We want your input on these and many other improvements for your neighborhood.

For information on this project go to the RHIC website at:

This session will be facilitated by Baltimore City Department of Planning personnel


Making North Avenue Safer, More Attractive, and a
Better Connector of West Baltimore Communities

RHIC is working with community organizations along West North Avenue to develop a conceptual streetscape master plan. More than 600 people have already taken part in the process. As a result of that input, the second draft of the West North Avenue Streetscape Conceptual Master Plan is out. At this meeting we will review the second draft and talk about how you can give feedback to help shape a third and final draft. Your input is very important to ensuring we transform North Avenue into a safe, beautiful, welcoming connector of our communities.

For information on this project go to the RHIC website at:

This session will be facilitated by Neighborhood Design Center