We would like to hear from our residents to better serve the community. The results of the survey will help our efforts in improving the quality in service delivered to residents by 311, Baltimore City Police Department, Baltimore City Fire Department, Baltimore Code Enforcement, and the Housing Authority of Baltimore City. This survey is also a part of a broader community health and wellness initiative referred to as the Belair-Edison Cross-Sector Public Safety Forum. The forum’s …MORE >>
Dear Fellow Residents, A few community leaders from Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Christina Delgado and Barbara Bivens, and myself attended a public safety commission hearing at City Hall on February 22, 2017, to 1) see what is being done on behalf of all city government agencies to address our pressing issues and 2) voice concerns on behalf of you all so that Belair-Edison is not overlooked in the overall planning process. Councilman Brandon Scott, District 2 presided …MORE >>
$675,000 in investments results in new logo, website and marketing campaign designed to spur community growth and development. The new marketing initiative focuses on the unique attractions of the neighborhood as a successfully designated Main Street and Healthy Neighborhood community, focusing on residents and small businesses. Through a partnership with St. Ambrose Housing, BENI received an unprecedented $500,000 investment in 2015 for neighborhood revitalization efforts and marketing through NeighborWorks America. St. Ambrose was one of …MORE >>
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Thank you to everyone that joined us on September 23rd at our 4th annual Beer and wine festival. We are already looking forward to 2018! It was a great afternoon with food trucks, merchandise vendors and music! Live Entertainment from Kyana & 4 West Band and The Dirty Vacant.