Committees are the backbone of our neighborhood improvement efforts! They meet once per month at a walkable downtown location. Find one, or two, below that suit you. A member of our team will be in touch with more details ahead of the first meeting. Interested? Join us by clicking here.
Events & Community Service
The CCRA’s Events & Community Service Committee plans community-building events and service opportunities throughout the year. These include charitable programs, like our “Christmas in July” canned food collection drive and the CCRA “Sole Mates” team at the 2019 Baltimore AIDS Walk, as well as purely social gatherings at bars, restaurants, and cultural attractions around town.
Finance & Fundraising
The CCRA’s Finance & Fundraising Committee develops CCRA Baltimore’s annual budget and designs strategies to assure our long-term sustainability as a resource for City Center residents and other stakeholders.
Safety & Security
The CCRA’s Safety and Security Committee is dedicated to finding common-sense solutions to City Center’s persistent public safety challenges. Our team monitors reports of criminal activity in the community and meets regularly with the Baltimore Police Department, small businesses, and fellow safety advocates to express resident concerns and discuss opportunities for residents to aid in crime reduction.
Aesthetics & Infrastructure
The CCRA’s Aesthetics and Infrastructure Committee acts as an advisory committee to the CCRA on matters pertaining to the beautification and infrastructure improvements of Baltimore’s City Center. This committee works in partnership with the Downtown Partnership, The Market Center Merchants Association and other Community Associations to facilitate improvements to building exteriors, tree planting, transforming empty lots to green spaces for community engagement and community clean-ups. If you enjoy meeting your neighbors and making the City Center the neighborhood everyone wants to live and work in, please join us!
Communications & Social Media
The CCRA’s Communications and Social Media Committee promotes events, facilitates cooperation between committees, maintains the social media accounts, and maintains the website.
Retail & Development
The CCRA’s Retail & Development Committee is committed to growing and strengthening City Center’s built environment. Our team regularly meets with property owners, retail tenants and potential tenants, real estate professionals, and government officials to work out plans for the development, or adaptive reuse, of City Center’s vacant and/or underutilized spaces.
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