Join us for GRIA’s August General Meeting

SAVE THE DATE and join us for GRIA’s General Meeting on August 15th at 7:00pm! We have a packed agenda this month including a presentation from the Baltimore City Liquor Board and a discussion with Rec & Parks about the future of Sisson Street Park. Meeting will be held at Kromer Hall (335 W. 27th […]

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New Speed Camera Installed

Over the winter GRIA drew up a petition asking for speed cameras on some of our most dangerous streets. We went door to door for signatures and had some local businesses help as well. We now have a newly installed speed camera located on 28th Street, just past the Sisson Street intersection. Thanks to everyone […]

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Mayor’s Visit to Sisson Street Park

Last week we received a surprise visit from Mayor Pugh at GRIA’s weekly Popsicle Night event! Mayor Pugh was thrilled at the progress of Sisson Street Park and spent the evening chatting with neighbors and members about the park’s future and upcoming projects in Remington! 

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GRIA’s June General Meeting

Join GRIA for the June General Meeting this Wednesday, June 20th! The meeting starts at 7:00pm and is located at it’s normal location, Kromer Hall (335 W. 27th Street). Hope to see you there! Please see agenda listed below. June Meeting Agenda >Community Announcements >In and Out Mart >Popsicle nights and Trash pickups Every Thursday […]

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Thursday Night Litter Walks/ Popsicle Nights

GRIA was recently awarded the Clean Up, Green Up Grant from the Keep Maryland Beautiful Grant Program. Keep Maryland Beautiful grants are provided by the Maryland Environmental Trust in partnership with the Maryland Department of Transportation and the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development. Our Clean Up, Green Up grant allows us to hold […]

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Sisson Street Community Park Update

The field at the Sisson Street Community Park will be getting a makeover next week! We’ll be smoothing out the field area, adding new top soil, and putting down sod. There will be new planting beds and new trees coming soon! Work is scheduled to take place from May 7-May 11. During that time, we will […]

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Join Us for RemFest on May 12th

Join us for the first annual RemFest on Saturday, May 12th! The festival will stretch along Remington Avenue from 27th to 29th streets and include craft vendors, bands, activities, food, and drink. For information on sponsors, band line up, and FAQ visit the links below! We’ll see you there from noon to 9pm! https://www.facebook.com/RemFest/ https://www.remfest.org/   […]

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Announcing the 2018 GRIA board candidates!

Annual board elections take place on Wednesday, April 18, 2018! Please join us at our monthly meeting at 335 W. 27th Street, from 7-9 pm. UPDATE: The new board was approved unanimously by all residents in attendance!! David Belew (new candidate) 2800 block of Huntingdon Avenue David Belew moved to Baltimore after earning his B.A. […]

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Remfest Vendor Application

Remfest, Remington’s neighborhood festival, is May 12th 2018. We are now accepting vendor applications. Vendors with Baltimore or Remington made items are especially encouraged to apply.

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Remington’s Neighborhood Master Plan

GRIA is in the last stages of moving our Neighborhood Master Plan through approval by Baltimore City’s Planning Commission! We are proud of the work our community has put into developing a strong framework to guide neighborhood changes for the benefit of current and future Remington community members. Once approved, it will be easier for […]

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GRIA’s Holiday Potluck

Join GRIA for our annual Holiday Potluck on Wednesday, December 20th! Instead of a general meeting, GRIA will be celebrating yearly accomplishments and ask that neighbors stop by for food and holiday fun. The event will take place at Kromer Hall (335 W. 27th Street) and is open to all ages. Bring a dish or just […]

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The murals begin!

After many months of planning, outreach, and designing, the Remington mural project is moving forward with the first mural, on the corner of 26th Street and Hampden Avenue! The mural team submitted the grant for funding from the Baltimore Office for Promotion & the Arts in January 2017 and recruited Baltimore-based, international muralist Gaia to […]

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