Association Annual Meeting - Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 7 p.m. (tours of the Nature Center will begin at 6:30 p.m.) A new view and a new venue! This year’s Annual Meeting will be held in the Lake Roland Nature and Environmental Education Center, 1000 Lakeside Drive (21210). This year’s speaker is Jonathan S. Kays, Natural Resource Extension Specialist at the University of Maryland...read more →
Art on the Trail – Lake Roland - Interested in showcasing your artwork amidst the natural beauty of Lake Roland? Art on the Trail provides a unique opportunity to do just that… The deadline for applications is September 16th (artwork installations begin in November), so visit lakeroland.org/art-trail-2 for more information.
News from the Green Towson Alliance - Councilman David Marks has introduced Bill 41-16 to create a new zoning overlay for Downtown Towson. The Green Towson Alliance is working with the councilman to support and improve the bill. The Greater Towson Committee commented on the zoning overlay the the May 18th edition of Towson Times. Our letter of response is below. Please let your elected officials know what vision...read more →
News from the Towson Precinct Captain - NEWS FROM THE CAPTAIN Here is a quick reminder of some simple crime prevention steps we can take to deter potential thieves and burglars: Lock your vehicle and make sure that it is locked before you walk away from it. Remove all vehicle keys from the vehicle (including keys to other vehicles that may be parked nearby). We have experienced...read more →
Zika Virus - The Maryland Department of Agriculture and Department of Health and Mental Hygiene ask everyone to survey their properties and eliminate container-mosquito breeding sites, take appropriate precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes, and SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT ZIKA PREVENTION. See the FAQ.
Report Pollution – Web Form - Baltimore County’s e-news stream environmental newsletter recently informed residents that they can report pollution incidents, or other activities that may be harmful to the environment. You can be the eyes and ears to protect your neighborhood stream, which ultimately flows to the Chesapeake Bay. Your neighborhood may not have a stream flowing through it, but it likely has a storm...read more →