Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, Inc.'s mission is to foster an environment where residents, business owners, and stakeholders feel confident to invest their time energy and money. We offer:
- Pre-purchase education and one-on-one counseling
- Foreclosure intervention services
- Small business development and promotion
- Community Organizing and outreach
- Neighborhood marketing
- Resources available through Baltimore Main Streets
- Small grants for block improvement projects through Healthy Neighborhoods, Inc.
For more information on any of these programs, check out the rest of our website or call us at 410-485-8422.
Belair-Edison Community Association
Celebrating 60 Years of Service!
The Belair-Edison Community Association is one of the oldest in the city, having served the community since 1948. BECA works with residents, neighborhood partners, the police, and city officials to address and resolve community concerns.
Today, BECA remains an energetic all-volunteer organization. Neighborhood volunteers do everything from sprucing up the community, volunteering at festivals, sharing information with one another, caring for our senior citizens and youth, and taking part in block improvement projects.
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Monthly meetings are held at the Herring Run Library, 3801 Erdman Ave., the first Tuesday of the month (except August and December). Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for one-on-one conversations with police and neighborhood representatives about concerns and issues. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. with Association business followed by a guest speaker. In lieu of the regular December meeting, BECA holds its annual potluck dinner on the second Tuesday of the month.
There are many ways residents may get involved with the community association. A sample of active neighborhood groups is listed below.
- Sanitation and Housing Committee
- Public Safety and Liquor Control Committee
- Garden Club
- Events Committee
- Grants Committee
- Northeast Citizens on Patrol (COP)
For more information on these and other groups, contact BECA at 410-485-5083. To join Citizens on Patrol call 410-325-1416.
For the Community Discussion Group, click here.
BECA Contact Information
BECA's office is located at 3412 Belair Road.
Contact Person: Danielle Medley, President