Greater Greenmount Community Association

Barclay and East Baltimore Midway's Community Association

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Upcoming Committee Meetings

  • Our Community Safety Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 via Zoom. Please contact us for meeting information or to get involved in the committee.

  • Our next Land Use Committee Meeting will be held on Monday, July 12, 2021 via Zoom. Please contact us, for meeting information or to get involved in the committee.

Visit News & Updates for other events coming up

GGCA MISSION STATEMENT

To promote a thriving community by implementing programs that improve the quality of life of all residents in order to reclaim and revitalize the Greater Greenmount community.

GGCA Members receive email updates with meeting notices and news and events.

If you live outside of Barclay or East Baltimore Midway or aren't a GGCA member and would like to stay informed, join our mailing list.

Community Update and Engagement Meeting on Development Plans for the 300 Block of E 20th Street

Tuesday, June 15, 6 - 7 PM

  • Hosted by Baltimore DHCD, DOP, and GGCA Land Use Committee

  • JOIN WEBEX MEETING

  • Meeting number (access code): 173 088 8039

  • Meeting password: Barclay1

May Community Meeting:

  • Our next community meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, May 11 13, 2021, 6:00-7:30 pm via Zoom.

  • Meetings are open to the public.

  • Residents living in Barclay or East Baltimore Midway are invited to become a member.

  • Membership Dues are waived for 2020-2021.

Upcoming Committee Meetings

  • Our Community Safety Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 via Zoom. Please contact us for meeting information or to get involved in the committee.

  • Our next Land Use Committee Meeting will be held on Monday, July 15, 2021 via Zoom. Please contact us, for meeting information or to get involved in the committee.

Visit News & Updates for other events coming up

GGCA MISSION STATEMENT

To promote a thriving community by implementing programs that improve the quality of life of all residents in order to reclaim and revitalize the Greater Greenmount community.

GGCA Members receive email updates with meeting notices and news and events.

If you live outside of Barclay or East Baltimore Midway or aren't a GGCA member and would like to stay informed, join our mailing list.

Become a GGCA Member!

Five Reasons You Should Join GGCA

  1. To be represented. In order to effectively accomplish our goals and serve as a voice for the community, we need to have representation from across our community. Being a member allows you to vote in GGCA business.

  2. To get answers. GGCA is here to help with everything from when trash days are to how to contact your elected officials to upcoming proposed developments in the area. As your community voice, we're in the know and look forward to sharing vital community information with you.

  3. To make a difference. Good things don’t just happen. People make them happen. As a member of GGCA, you can learn about a variety of volunteer opportunities that enable you to share your time and talent with the neighborhood. Neighborhood Clean Up Days, Midway Care Packages, and Boone Street Commons are just a couple examples of recent projects GGCA has supported.

  4. To feel good about being involved. Everyone plays a part in the community in which they live. GGCA can help you play a stronger part by providing information and updates on issues related to housing and business development, crime and safety; helping to support resident-initiated projects; and sharing information about community events and resources.

  5. To network. GGCA is comprised of neighbors of all ages and walks of life. Get to know people in your community through events and meetings.

PURPOSE

  • To ensure that those who live, work, and/or worship in the neighborhoods of Barclay and East Baltimore Midway have a voice in determining the neighborhood's success.

  • To implement community development and community building projects that improve the social, economic and physical conditions of the neighborhood.

  • To encourage resident leadership and participation in community activities.

  • To establish and maintain partnerships with community associations, businesses, government agencies, the private sector, and individuals that support GGCA's mission.