Welcome to the Mount Vernon-Belvedere Association's website and to one of Baltimore's most historic and grandest neighborhoods!
A National Register Historic District, Mount Vernon encompasses the best of what city living has to offer. This solidly fashionable and lively neighborhood not only serves as Baltimore's cultural center, but is also home to world renowned mid-19th century architecture that provides a gracious urban living experience.
While Mount Vernon possesses some of Baltimore's most recognizable landmarks, it is also a charming and diverse neighborhood in which to reside, work as well as visit. Leisurely walk the streets of our neighborhood, stroll in the parks, discover the art collections of the Walter's Museum, dine at some of Baltimore's swankiest restaurants, and enjoy an evening at the symphony, opera or the theater.
The Mount Vernon community is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of our neighborhood's historic charm for all who live in, work in, or visit this special community.
So whether you live in the neighborhood, are visiting, or are considering a move, please check out our website and discover all the wonderful things this neighborhood has to offer!
Howard's Dog Park
The new Howard's Dog Park & Run is now open! Be sure to take your pups out to meet new friends at this beautiful new park. Fresh water and pickup bags are available. The dog park is located at 310 W. Center Street and if you are interested in volunteering to help with the upkeep of the park please contact Samantha Braun or Geoffrey Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to donate funds to help maintain the park, Click here to Donate and for more information.
Mount Vernon Tree Committee
The Tree Committee uses donated funds to create and support new tree pits and expand existing tree pits to help our trees thrive around Mt. Vernon
Mount Vernon Safety Committee
The Mt. Vernon Safety Committee is dedicated to helping ensure the safety of all our residents, visitors, and employees of neighborhood businesses.
Through the Midtown Community Benefits District surtax, Midtown is able to hire off duty police officers to patrol Mt. Vernon on Segways. If you'd like to help enhance these efforts, please make a contribution right here, on-line. All contributions will be used to increase the number of safety patrol by police officers.
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in what might be happening in Mount Vernon? Please click on the link
below to access our new Community Calendar. The calendar will change often, so
be sure to visit our Calendar frequently!