The Downtown Partnership Resident Network covers the one-mile radius of Downtown, which includes the neighborhoods of Charles Center, Bromo Arts District, University of Maryland Baltimore, Little Italy, Harbor East, Federal Hill, Mount Vernon and the Inner Harbor.
The Downtown Partnership Resident Network’s mission is:
- Educate residents on quality of life issues
- Community development participation
- Leverage collective opinions of residents
- Downtown living advocacy & promotion
- Build community across Downtown neighborhoods
DOWNTOWN RESIDENT NETWORK RESOURCES & EVENTS
Downtown Partnership sat down with Southern Management and Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to talk about helpful tips for residents and property managers coping with isolation and staying well in the COVID-19 era.
Tuesday, May 19, 7:30-9:30pm
Get to know your neighbors with a virtual round of trivia (with Charm City Trivia!). Register as an individual or a team. Individuals will be randomly assigned a team. Teams can have up to 5 players. Teams do not have to be located in the same location as you’re broken out into custom Zoom Breakout rooms to play together.
Resident Fitness Class|
Tuesday, May 26, 5:30pm
Need to get moving? Join DPOB and Merritt Clubs for a fun, interactive virtual HIIT workout. High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a short, but high energy workout that alternates between short periods of all-out work and active rest.
Live Here Vote Here|
Baltimore Primary is June 2
If you live here, vote here. There have been lots of changes with the primary elections, and there are important updates residents need to know. Voting is by mail, and it's really quite new. Click the link to learn more about the Mayoral Candidates and City Council President questionnaires, and more information on how to vote by mail.
Need to contact the Downtown Partnership Resident Network? We'd love to hear from you. Email Emily Breiter, Director of Economic Development, Arts & Resident Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking for more events? Hop over the the Downtown Partnership events page for more.