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2016 Fall Town Hall Meeting Results: Midtown's At-Large Board Members Are...

Midtown Baltimore would like to thank everyone who came out and made the 2016 Fall Town Hall Meeting a success!

At the event, 4 at-large board members were elected, each representing one of the 4 neighborhoods that make up the district. The at-large board members are:
  • Vicky Aloneftis - Mount Vernon At-large Representative
  • Melvin Mercer - Charles North At-Large Representative
  • Adrian Harpool - Madison Park At-large Representative
  • Rachel Indeck - Bolton Hill At-large Representative
See photos from the event below:

2016 Leaf Season Collection Update   
Starting Monday, October 31st, our team will start targeted leaf removal with our brand new TracVac leaf vacuum. The machine will improve efficiency, allowing us to remove more leaves at a much more rapid pace!

Spot our leafvac out and about? Snap a photo and tag us on Twitter or Facebook using #MidtownLeafLove! We'd love to see your pix!
Vice Tip Line Information

A tip line has been established by the Baltimore Police Department for complaints regarding prostitution, illegal bar activity, gambling, etc. 

Send in tips by emailing  or calling  443-984-7080.
Recycling Location Change for 1200 Block of Saint Paul St
1200 block of Saint Paul St - Google Maps

Please note that as of August 30th, the recycling location for the 1200 block of Saint Paul Street has changed. Recycling will no longer be collected from the front of the properties along the  west side of Saint Paul Street between Biddle Street and Preston Street. Please make sure your recycling is placed in the rear--the same location as trash collection.

The Midtown Community Benefits District is a citizen-run neighborhood advocacy and improvement group authorized by law in 1996 to provide security and sanitation services along with promotional activities for four communities: Bolton Hill, Charles North, Madison Park and Mount Vernon/Belvedere. Its efforts are funded by a taxpayer-approved property tax surcharge. Midtown was created by voter referendum in an effort to make our neighborhoods stronger, better places to live and work


Michelle Wirzberger, Esq. , Executive Director
Midtown Community Benefits District 
410 528-1512
410 468-0129 Fax