From 12 pm to 1 pm Saturday February 3, 2018 neighbors from Abell, Better Waverly, Oakenshawe, Waverly and beyond are urged to gather on the green median near the “Waverly Village” sign along E. 33rd St. where it intersects with
2018 General Meetings for the Waverly Improvement Associate will take place on the following dates: March 6th, 2018 June 5th, 2018 September 4th, 2018 December 4th, 2018 See you there!
The WIA Board of Directors meets this week, with the following agenda items: -Youth Program & Youth Center -Housing -Newsletter -Website -Venable Open Space Zoning: Next Steps -Future Plan with Morgan State University -Board Elections A summary of the meeting
Thanks to everyone that attended our December General Meeting & Holiday Party at Waverly Elementary! The meeting started with some announcements from community partners Civic Works came to speak on two programs Center for Green Careers shared information on their career
Morgan State City Planning’s biannual super jury presentations are on Thursday evening, December 14 from 5:30-8:30 pm in CBEIS 235 (Co+In Lab). Their super jury is a semester-culminating event where students from various classes present their work. This super jury
Link to sign up for Open Mic Block Party: https://goo.gl/forms/YMNAzqgsNyBSub512
Waverly Improvement Association is in the process of working with a group from the Morgan State School of Architecture and Planning to develop a Future Plan for our community. The meeting will take place on Tuesday, October 17th from 4-5:30
Waverly neighbors, friends of Waverly residents, and general supporters of green community space are encouraged to join WIA at City Hall on October 10th from 1-3 pm. The owner of the green space on the south side of the 600
This is your friendly reminder that there is a planning meeting September 27 at New Waverly Methodist Church to discuss strategy for the upcoming Venable/E 33rd green space zoning hearing on 10/10/17. Please join us—we need to ensure we’re all
What: Neighborhood meeting about Venable/Old York property zoning When: Wednesday, July 12, 6 pm Where: New Waverly United Methodist Church, 33rd & Frisby, entrance on Frisby Who: All Waverly residents Why: Have your voice heard The WIA invites all Waverly residents to attend
Join the Waverly community for a trash cleanup and pizza lunch discussion about the future of the neighborhood! Meet at the Waverly Elementary/Middle School (3400 Ellerslie Ave, Baltimore, MD 21218) at 11 am. The clean-up will last until 2 pm.
MTA’s finalized BaltimoreLink plan has been released and education events have been announced. One is scheduled for May 1, 2017 at the Waverly Library from 5 PM until 7 PM: http://baltimorelink.com/get-info “BaltimoreLink Travel Training is Coming to a Community Near You!
The Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition is currently working on designs for a community trail along E. 33rd Street to connect Lake Montebello, Charles Village and the neighborhoods in between. A public meeting will be held on April 25, 2017 at
Do you have ideas for what you want to see built, changed, fixed, or to remain the same in the Waverly community??? We are in the process of working with a group from the Morgan State School of Architecture and
The Baltimore Greenway Trails Coalition is designing a biking and walking trail to connect Charles Village and Lake Montebello along E 33rd Street. Give your thoughts on two alternatives for this trail and learn more about the Baltimore Greenway Trails
Join Waverly Improvement Association on Tuesday, March 7th from 6:30-8:30 pm for our next General Meeting. The meeting location Waverly Elementary Middle School (3400 Ellerslie Road). All are invited, including owners, renters, prospective residents, and kids under adult supervision. Hear updates
Light City Baltimore held its inaugural event in 2016. It featured art installations that incorporated light in many forms, and was located in the Inner Harbor area and selected Baltimore neighborhoods. Waverly Main Street was chosen to host an installation for the upcoming 2017
On February 11 from 12:00 to 2:00 pm, join “The Waverlies” (North and South) for hot chocolate on the median at 33rd and Old York Rd. Plus cookies, poetry, games with your neighbors. FREE! Can you help with food, publicity,
January 21 and January 28, 10:00 am-2:00 pm, Waverly Branch of Enoch Pratt Free Library (400 E 33rd Street) Attention Baltimore City residents ages 14 to 21 : apply for a summer job through YouthWorks! Waverly Improvement Association invites students ages 14 to 21 and their
January 28, 12:00-2:00 pm Location TBD Do you have ideas for what you want to see built, changed, fixed, or to remain the same in the Waverly community? We need your input! We will be working with a group from the Morgan State School of
January 18, 5:00-7:00 pm Waverly Branch of Enoch Pratt Free Library (400 E 33rd Street) Baltimore Link is a complete overhaul and rebranding of the core transit system operating within the city. The new plan will impact bus routes No. 3, 36, 8, 48, and
The next Gertrude S. Williams Lecture is a panel of advocates speaking to issues that are vital in today’s society. The panelists will speak at the 29th Street Community Center on Martin Luther King Day, Monday January 16 at 4 p.m.
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 6:00 – 7:30 PM at the Baltimore Design School 1500 Barclay St, Baltimore, MD 21202 Please join your Clean Corps colleagues for an information sharing session . Topics of discussion will be: • Common sanitation struggles
Wednesday, December 21, 2016 The Maryland Transit Administration on Monday, December 5, 2016 released a Third Draft of its BaltimoreLink plan after the Summer 2016 workshops which retains bus service along the entire Greenmount/York corridor via the Red CityLink line.
Hello fellow Waverly residents, This is KunSun Sweeley, WIA’s Corresponding Secretary and General Board Member. I’m making this post to determine interest in assisting the Waverly Improvement Association’s Safety Committee. If anyone in Waverly would like to help out the
A community cleanup focused on Old York Road from 33rd Street to 39th Street and the Chestnut Hill Park on Saturday, April 30th 2016 from 9 AM until 12 PM. A coordinated Project Clean Stream effort between the Waverly Improvement
On March 1, 2016, a General Meeting was held of the Waverly Improvement Association at the Waverly Elementary/Middle School on East 34th Street where a new Board of Directors was elected. The following were the new nominees who were elected
The WIA and the Planning program at Morgan State University lead by Dr. Tonya Nashay Sanders have teamed up to initiate a neighborhood plan for Waverly. Morgan’s planning students have engaged in extensive data analysis; on the ground visual analysis; door-to-door business surveys; and resident interviews
On October 22, 2015, Maryland Governor Larry Hogan announced his Red Line Light Rail replacement plan, a $135 million plan to totally change the MTA (Maryland Transit Administration) bus system for the Baltimore Metropolitan area that is going to be
Click on this link: November 2015 Waverly Improvement Association Newsletter to download the November 2015 Waverly Improvement Association newsletter. –KunSun Sweeley, WIA Webmaster.
I recently got in touch with the new Executive Director of the Waverly Main Street organization and she gave me some events to post in the calendar which I have done. – Kun Sun Sweeley, Webmaster.