Resident Network


The Downtown Partnership Resident Network covers the one-mile radius of Downtown, which includes the neighborhoods of the Bromo Arts District, Charles Center, Federal Hill, Harbor East, Harbor Point, Historic Jonestown, Inner Harbor, Little Italy, Mount Vernon, Old Town, Otterbein, Pigtown, Ridgely's .

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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


Take a moment to fill out our Fall 2020 resident survey now. Your feedback is needed.


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DOWNTOWN RESIDENT NETWORK RESOURCES & EVENTS




Resident Webinar
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.

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Free Yoga
Resident Yoga in Center Plaza, Wednesdays, 6pm
Downtown Partnership hosts free outdoor fitness classes in Center Plaza, located at 110 W. Fayette Street, every Wednesday, 6-7pm. Bring your own mat and water; masks are also highly recommended. Please follow social distancing protocols during outdoor fitness classes.


Barks & Booze in Preston Gardens
Every Thursday in September, 4-6pm
Pet-friendly happy hours with our four-legged friends are the best, especially with music, and free beer or wine. Masks required when not eating or drinking, social distancing rules apply.


Live Music on Charles Street
Parklets and outdoor dining areas are popping up along the Charles Street corridor, and now music is coming too. Enjoy live music on the 300 block of N. Charles Street every Friday and Saturday, 5-9pm at the corner of N. Charles & Pleasant Street. Enjoy dinner at Cazbar, Homeslyce, Lumbini, Mick O'Shea's, or Thai Mekong and enjoy some local tunes (from at least 6 feet away, please).


Live Here, Vote Here
If you live here, vote here. There have been lots of changes with the election, and there are important updates residents need to know. Voting by mail is allowed, but unlike the primaries, you must request an absentee ballot by mail. Looking for a polling place or to volunteer at a polling center this year?
Learn More.


Contact Us:
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 residents@dpob.org.

Looking for more events? Hop over to the Downtown Partnership events page for more.