Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (BCRP) has embarked on a Vision Planning effort to reimagine the future of Druid Lake. As part of this project, BCRP is soliciting input from the citizens of Baltimore to help shape the way visitors and residents use this space. BCRP will host an IN-PERSON MEETING at 5:30 PM on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at the Sundial Pavilion located in Druid Hill Park and a VIRTUAL MEETING at 5:30 PM on Thursday, September 30, 2021 using the Microsoft Teams platform.
Register at dlvpmtg2.eventbrite.com to join Rec and Parks at their upcoming meeting on June 3, 2021, 5:30pm at the Sundial Pavilion to learn about the Druid Lake Vision Plan. This plan will guide the future growth and development of Druid Hill Park. We want our community ideas included in this vision so please register and plan to attend!
After years of advocacy and agency coordination, the Druid Park Lake Drive Complete Street Design Effort is finally underway! Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) aims to identify areas where improvements are needed to make safer connections for pedestrians, wheelchair riders, transit users, and bicyclists. Learn more and share your thoughts...
"Zion’s life was almost cut short today due to an irresponsible and reckless driver." TAP Druid Hill is sharing the moving testimony of Dave Pierre, whose son was nearly killed by a car while crossing Druid Park Lake Drive. Read Dave's story and sign the petition demanding immediate traffic calming.
TAP Druid Hill is excited to share our Auchentoroly / Mondawmin Report. This community-based report identifies the transportation safety and accessibility needs on the west side of Druid Hill Park. Read the executive summary and download the full report.
Nearly four years after Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (BCRP) began work on the "Druid Hill Neighborhood Access Improvements" the improved ADA sidewalk ramps and traffic signals are finally complete! We are exited to have basic park access restored to the 2016 level.
Working with the communities of New Auchentoroly Terrace and the Reservoir Hill Improvement Council, researchers conducting the The Druid Hill PARK (Park Access & Regional Knowledge) Survey reached out to 175 random households in these neighborhoods to ask them questions on access and use of Druid Hill Park. 87 households were willing to participate in [...]
Showcasing the cherished connections between Druid Hill Park and surrounding neighborhoods, the Arches & Access project illuminated and activated the historic Druid Hill Park Gate at Madison Avenue and Rawlings Conservatory with colorful lights, a community parade, and a public party on the evening of November 3rd, 2019.
Reservoir Hill's historic Druid Hill Park Gate at Madison Avenue will be illuminated in colorful lights and will be the starting point of a light parade and walking tour. All are invited to activate the Arches & Access light art with a community parade on Sunday, November 3rd, 5:30-9pm and walking tour on Friday, November 8, 7-9pm.
Thanks to the continued advocacy of resident leaders, TAP Druid Hill is excited to report the installation of four new crosswalks at intersections along south Auchentoroly Terrace and at Druid Hill Avenue where marked crossings never before existed. These four intersections provide critical pedestrian links between neighborhoods around Druid Hill Park and our adjacent green spaces.