On April 3rd and 4th, 2022, the Auchentoroly Terrace and Greater Mondawmin community came together to create the Druid Hill Canopy Crosswalk. This project has been years in the making. The Druid Hill Canopy Crosswalk celebrates green space access while joyfully enhancing street-crossing safety for West Baltimoreans walking to Druid Hill Park. Community members previously nominated their favorite park trees to be represented in the artwork and later co-created the project during a community paint day.
Baltimore City Department of Transportation has shared three preliminary design concepts for complete streets improving access to Druid Hill Park for local residents. View the design options and share your feedback by December 17, 2021.
The Baltimore City Department of Transportation (BCDOT) is undergoing a Complete Streets planning and concept design process for the two-mile section of Druid Park Lake Drive from the I-83 ramp (Mt. Royal Terrace) to the north entrance of Greenspring Avenue. As the study nears completion, the design team is eager to share their ideas with the community and project stakeholders. Please join us for an online presentation, Thursday, October 7 at 6:30 pm. During that time the design team will share several scenarios and listen to your comments.
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.
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.
The Access Project for Druid Hill Park (TAP Druid Hill) invites residents living on the west side of Druid Hill Park to participate in a set of pedestrian safety walks on Saturday June 29, 2-4pm, and Saturday July 27, 2-4pm. Walk in community while identifying opportunities for making our streets safer, especially for seniors and children on foot, wheelchair, bicycle, and e-scooter.