Gardenville Belair Road Business Association is your business partner. Planned activities are held throughout the year. Join our email list to receive up to date information.
Quarterly business meetings will no longer be held. GBRBA keeps our business community and neighbors informed through a monthly email newsletter. Be sure to get your copy delivered directly to your email, sign up today!
Belair Road Open For Business Mini Conference • September 29, 2016
Invited potential property developers, investors, and a variety of Belair Road revitalization enthusiasts partcipated in this get together. A guided tour rounded out the mini conference, visiting both city and county properties. View the available properties here. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in additional information. GBRBA will help coordinate your new business adventure!
GBRBA would like to thank and acknowledge the supporters and enthusiasts of the revitalization taking place along the Belair Road business corridor. These include Baltimore CIty and Baltimore County government, HARBEL Communitiy Organization, Belair-Edison Neighborhoods, St. Ambrose Housing Aid Center, Baltimore Development Corporation, and St. Anthony's Church.
Market Analysis Study • 2014
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Baltimore City D.O.T. Streetscape
View Proposed Concepts of Belair Road presented at meeting on Monday, March 10th.
View the Baltimore City Department of Transportation’s initial presentation concerning the upcoming Belair Road Streetscape (preliminary plan developed for community comment.)
View the reconfiguration of the intersection of Frankford and Corse Avenues (preliminary plan developed for community comment.)
Email all questions, comments to Jeffrey Fleming, Liaison for the 2nd City Council District, Jeffrey.Fleming@baltimorecity.gov or reach him by calling 443-984-4095.
To review Revitalizing the Belair Road Corridor, visit: http://www.gbrba.org/PDF/BelairRoadTAPReport.pdf.
Belair Road Revitalization Project - Small Grants Awarded!
The Grant Allocation Committe has awarded the following grants:
Overlea Beautification Fall 2013 • Submitted By Overlea Community Association
The grant will utilize the funding to purchase street flower pots. These will be placed in front of businesses. The flowers and shrubbery will be maintained by local businesses. Beautifying this portion of corridor will attract future new businesses and customers to this portion of the Belair Road Commercial Corridor.
Belair Road Revitalization Project Mural • Submitted by Glenham-Belhar Community Association
The grant will utilize fund to paint a large "garden mural" near the Gardenville sign near the intersection of Frankford Avenue & Belair Road. The community has identified both a local artist to lead the project and a vendor who will donate the paint. The mural will have a positive impact on the Belair Road Commercial Corridor branding effort as it will beautify a location within the center of the Gardenville node near the Baltimore International Academy.
Belair Road Curbside Flower Plants • Submitted by Cedmont Community Improvement Association
This grant would fund a pilot model flower planter on Belair Road with the intent of kick starting future sponsored flower planters being placed on Belair Road that would create visual link throughout the business district.
St. Anthony of Padua, St. Dominic and Most Precious Blood Churches' Community Advocacy Committee
The grant will be used to convene one community forum at St. Anthony’s Parish, inviting all interested community members to express their vision for the Belair Road corridor.
A second round of small grants is planned for 2014.
Belair Road Corridor Study • View the final report
GBRBA Teams with Zipcar
Zipcar and the Gardenville Belair Road Business Association are offering members an awesome deal. As a Zipcar member, you can book sedans, hybrids, SUVs, and even vans whenever you need one. Then just walk to the car, scan in with your Zipcard and drive! Gardenville Belair Road Business Association members can join Zipcar for only $25 a year (a $35 savings), plus enjoy 10-20% off driving rates Monday-Friday, gas, insurance, and 180 miles/day included. Join now.
Your Fire Department Needs Your Help!
The firehouse was built in 1955 and occupied in 1957 with no major renovations to date. It was originally built for two companies (Engine 54 and Truck Company #30) and three shifts. Three companies (Squad#54, Truck Company #30 and Medic Unit #13) and four shifts are currently in operation with 53 members assigned to this firehouse. Plans are in the works to renovate the kitchen and upgrade the bunk and locker room areas. The firehouse, like many city firehouses, have had difficulty keeping up with the times. Budget constraints have been a driving force in only fixing priority items and not upgrading other items such as locker rooms etc. (View a few photos.) Find out how you can help by emailing email@example.com
Baltimore CIty Council President, Bernard C. "Jack" Young Newsletter
Delegate Talmadge Branch Wrap Up 2016
News from the 2016 Legislative Session in Annapolis
Baltimore City Fire Department
BCFD • Firehouse Stats
BCFD Pre-Fire Planning Data Worksheet
Business owners should print, complete and email to Michael.Brown@baltimorecity.gov or call firehouse at 410.396.9254 and they will pick up.
BCFD Medical Information
BCFD Cares Program
BCFD CPR Program
BCFD CORE Program
Baltimore Police Law Enforcement Explorer Program
Available to youth from ages 14 - 20. and have completed the 8th grade. Meetings are held at various locations throughout Baltimore City and offer positive role modeling and experiences.
BMZA hearings are held in Room 215, City Hall, 100 N. Holliday Street. If you wish to put your comments in writing, you may fax them to (410-625-8422), mail: Mr. David C. Tanner,Executive Director, Board of Municipal & Zoning Appeals, 14th Floor, 417 E. Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact me by phone or email.
All Liquor Board hearings are held in City Hall Room 215. Please direct any questions or comments to Jane Schroeder at (410) 396-4385 or Jane.Schroeder@baltimorecity.gov
Code Enforcement is Back
Plans for a new initiative include continually monitoring the Belair Road corridor. Don't get fined! Download brochure for details and how to stay in compliance.