What does it mean to live in a revitalized community? Of course, we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to live and work in prosperous and secure communities. We want to provide access to affordable housing, job opportunities, community services and transit.
Preventing sprawl, promoting economic development, and protecting our environment means that future generations of Marylanders will have an improved quality of life. By combining affordable housing, business assistance, downtown beautification, green building, and transit-oriented development initiatives, we can ensure that Marylandís communities not only survive, but grow and thrive, ensuring a better future for our children and families.
Community News From...
- Strategic Demolition and Smart Growth Impact Fund
- Maryland Heritage Areas Program
- Maryland Smart Sites
- Community Legacy
- Neighborhood BusinessWorks
- Sustainable Communities Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program
- Community Development Block Grant
- Main Street Maryland
- Buy Locally Grown Products
- Maryland Farm to School Program
Baltimore City Watershed 263 BMP Theme Park
The Watershed 263 BMP Theme Park pilot project brings the latest thinking in stormwater management to the East Coast and to the ultra-urban areas of Baltimore.
Stormwater retrofit installations are underway in six locations. These practices are designed to become part of the streetscape and enhance the neighborhoods. Construction began in late March 2009 and is expected to be completed in August 2009.