Community & City Resources
Get the latest news and updates in the neighborhood. We post everything BHN and neighborhood related here first. Look for meetings, events, city government notices, and more
Neighbors use this Facebook group to post about everything - from safety to neighborhood and community notes to provide and get recommendations. You can always utilize the search function at the top of the page to see what may have been posted before.
The city's official call center for anything non-emergency. You can download the app or simply call 311 to report issues such as a water line break, illegal dumping, a request for bulk trash pickup, overgrown grass/weeds, potholes, etc.
Hampstead Hill Academy, 500 S. Linwood Avenue, 410-396-9146
Hampstead Hill Academy is public school in the Brewers Hill Zone. It is a converted city to charter school operated by the Baltimore Curriculum Project. The school is Pre-k to 8. You need to register to attend but there is no need to apply. Pre-K does require early registration.
Patterson Park Public Charter School, 27 N. Lakewood Avenue, 410-588-1230
Patterson Park Public Charter School is a public, charter school north of the park in the old St. Elizabeth of Hungary school building. The school is Pre-k to 8. You must apply to attend the school.
Clay Hill Public Charter School, 6400 E. Pratt Street, 443-813-1653
Clay Hill Public Charter School is Patterson Park Public Charter Schools' brand new partner school in the Bayview neighborhood. The first enrollment is for Fall 2021 in graders K - 3. For more information, please contact the principal, Emily Augustine.
Archbishop Borders, 3500 Foster Avenue, 410-276-6534
Archbishop Borders is the only dual-language, Spanish immersion Catholic school in Maryland. The school is PreK 3 through 8 and has students from 25 different zip codes. They educate in both English and Spanish languages, following the Archdiocese of Baltimore curriculum. The school partners with Sacred Heart of Jesus church.
St. Casimir Catholic School, 103 S. Kenwood Avenue, 410-342-2681
St. Casimir is anchored in faith, education, and family. They continue to provide students a top-notch education in a happy, family oriented, faith-based environment. Their Early Childhood Program just received the highest ranking through the State of Maryland EXCELS. The school is PreK 3 through 8. For more information, email the admissions office.
The New Century School, 724 S. Ann Street, 410-929-4116
The New Century School is an independent, private school. The school offers preschool (2-5 years old), and K - 8. Their immersion language program starts in preschool and teachers students to become proficient in both Spanish and Mandarin Chinese. The preschool curriculum follows the Montessori method, and the elementary and middle school programs follow inquiry-based curricula. Questions can be directed to the admissions office.
Private Preschool & Early Child Care
Friday's Child Early Learning Center, 3600 O'Donnell Street, 410-675-7928
Friday's Child is located in the Natty Boh Tower. They offer full time enrollment for children aged 6 weeks to 6 years. Part-time care if offered for children in the toddler room through the preschool room, although part-time availability is limited. Friday's Child treats each child as an individual, working with them at their level of development with the goal to help develop the child physically, intellectually, socially, and emotionally.
The Baltimore Montessori School, 1001 S. Potomac Street, 410-342-7116
The mission of the Baltimore Montessori School is to ensure th e total development of each child. Founded in 2006, there are two programs in Baltimore that provide excellent education and care for children 18 months - 6 years. They are the first private Montessori school in Baltimore City to be certified by both the Maryland State Department of Education and the Montessori Schools of Maryland. The Baltimore Montessori School in Canton is in a beautiful church building built in 1890, just off of O'Donnell Square. This location has a beautiful green outdoor area as well as an inviting indoor play space for the children.
The Goodard School of Baltimore (Canton), 1000 S. Highland Avenue, 443-842-5300
The Goodard School is committed to providing the highest quality preschool experience for children in the community. They have a unique nurturing approach that will give your child the opportunity to develop into a joyful, confident learner who is prepared for success in school and in life.
Trash & Recycling
All garbage will be picked up on Tuesdays in Brewers Hill. Trash should be placed in the city-issued green trash receptacles. All trash is collected from the alley. It is against City Ordinance not to keep your garbage in a properly sealed trash can container. Trash cans should be put out before 7:00 am on Tuesday, and empty cans should be brought back in your yard by the end of the day on Tuesday.
Please do not put out your trash before the morning of your designated pickup day to prevent with rat and rodent infestation. If for some reason you cannot wait until Tuesday, take your trash to an authorized disposal location. The closest location is the Eastern Sanitation Yard located at 610 Bowleys Lane. Hours of operation are Monday - Saturday from 9:00am - 5:00 pm.
Recycling in Baltimore City is a single-stream service. All recyclable materials—bottles, cans, plastics (#s 1–7), mixed paper and cardboard—should be set out in a single container. It is recommended to use the City's yellow recycling containers. Otherwise, use a container clearly marked "recycling." Place recycling containers in the alley 7:00 am on Thursdays for collection. Plastic bags of any color will not be accepted. Mayor Scott announced that Baltimore City will soon be providing city issued recycling containers similar to the trash cans.
If Tuesday or Thursday is a city holiday, collection will be the following Saturday
To scheduled a bulk trash pick-up, submit a 311 request. Click here for more information.
When leaving items outside, they must be clearly marked as BULK TRASH.
Baltimore DPW operates 5 sanitation yards where you can bring trash, recycling, and bulk-trash. The yards also offers free year-round recycling of consumer electronics such as DVD players, VCRs, computers and monitors, radios, and speakers. Locations and hours of operation are as follows:
Quarantine Road Sanitary Landfill, 6100 Quarantine Rd. — Monday–Saturday 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Northwest Transfer Station, 5030 Reisterstown Rd. — Monday–Friday 7:00 am–3:00 pm
Western Sanitation Yard, 701 Reedbird Ave. — Monday–Saturday 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Eastern Sanitation Yard, 6101 Bowleys Ln. — Monday–Saturday 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Northwest Sanitation Yard, 2840 Sisson St. — Monday–Saturday 9:00 am–5:00 pm
Check out the Baltimore City official answer page for all of your most common questions, with links to the answers. Baltimore City has a one-call number, 311, for city services requests. You can also put in a request via their 311 app or online via their website. The following are some specific, helpful links.
Street requests or outages can be reported to 311. You may also contact (410) 396-5965.
After Hours Liquor Establishment Complaint Hotline
(410)-545-6360 (7:00 pm to 3:00 am)
SENDING TIPS TO THE SOUTHEAST POLICE DISTRICT
Tips for ongoing investigations in the SouthEast may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. This does NOT replace 911 and is NOT for reporting crime. Always call 911 to report ongoing criminal activity.
Photos and video clips can be attached.
Always include relevant dates, times, locations, and police report numbers in the body of the email when possible.
This email address is monitored by the command staff at the Southeast Baltimore Police Department Precinct only. It is not monitored 24/7 or by police dispatch personnel. District command will pass relevant tips on to the appropriate investigators.
If you are a victim of a crime or impacted by a crime, it is encouraged to submit a community impact statement. These are important and effective in prosecution. In an Impact Statement, a community residents or group provide an explanation of how the crime affected you, your family, and your community. Statements should include: A brief summary of the harm or trauma suffered by you and your community as a result of the crime
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District 1 Community Liaison for Mayor Brandon Scott
Contact: Glen Middleton
Community Liaison for City Council President Nick Mosby's Office
Contact: Shaakira Gill
Shaakira can connect you with city council opportunities for Economic and Community Development; Education, Workforce, and Youth; Health, Environment, and Technology; Public Safety and Government Operations; Rules and Legislative Oversight, and the Board of Estimates.
Shaakira.email@example.com, 410-925-0484 (cell)
Homeless Outreach Worker with the Mayor's Office of Homeless Services
Contact: Jelisa Glanton
MOHS supports community members experiencing homelessness. Click here to learn more about accessing shelter in Baltimore City.
Jelisa.Glanton@baltimorecity.gov, 410-361-9675 (office), 443-835-8277 (cell), 410-545-1862 (Street Outreach Team).
Community Liaison for the Baltimore City Liquor Board
Contact: Matt Achhammer
Use the 311 app to submit liquor board complaints.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 410-241-6525 (cell)