2017 Dumpster Day - Calling All De-Clutterers! Clean our your garage, basement, attic or any other space, and bring in your unwanted items to Riderwood Elementary for disposal! Volunteers from the neighborhood association will be there to help fill roll-away dumpsters and trucks from Goodwill and Planet Aid, a textile recycling outfit. With the help of willing agencies and dependable volunteers from RRLRAIA, our...read more →
Lake Roland Nature Council – Serpentine Restoration Volunteer Weekend, 2/25-2/26. We need you! - The serpentine area of Lake Roland Park is a globally rare plant community. This effort is focused on the removal of harmful native and non-native/invasive plants that threaten the serpentine. Volunteer tasks include: Saturday, February 25th: • Clearing Virginia Pine trees – carrying downed trees to a central area to be chipped. • Raking greenbrier onto tarps to be taken...read more →
Community Street & Stream Clean – March 25th! - Pictures in the Fall 2016 issue of Neighborhood News don’t lie – this is a fun event! Please join us as we collect trash along Old Court Rd and Falls Rd. Meet at the Brooklandville Fire Station at 8am and help clean for as long as you can! All are welcome, but children must be 12 or older. Stream clean...read more →
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.