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The time has finally come for Historic Oliver to create a new vision and direction that will shape the future and trajectory of the community and prepare us for success and economic growth. Are you ready? See the upcoming schedule.


In May, 2023, Historic Oliver Community Association received a grant for $100,000 from the Department of Housing and Community Development, to do a strategic & implementation plan for development for the Oliver community. This can potentially result in new commercial corridors - attracting restaurants, new businesses, and new residents to Oliver!


On January 15, 2024Historic Oliver Community Association, formerly Baltimore Oliver Community Association, officially started the development and vision planning process for the community's new master plan! The firm Gensler, an internationally renowned firm, was hired to work with the community to create the strategic plan for Historic Oliver. They have or are working on various projects in Baltimore such as the Impact Hub, Under Armour Global HQ, M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore Penn Station Lanvale Expansion, Baltimore Inner Harbor new development master plan, and more. Not familiar with why a strategic plan for development is important? View this article that was posted from Historic Oliver Community Association's August quarterly development meeting.

Historic OCA Board members & Gensler team during our community walk kick-off.

Check back regularly! This page will keep you abreast of all important information and dates in our planning process.

Strategic Planning Schedule:

Town Hall III - Thursday, June 13th, 5:30pm-8:00pm 

Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden Street Register

Town Hall II - Thursday, April 18, 2024, 6:00pm-8:00pm

Dr. Bernard Harris Elementary School, 1400 N. Caroline Street

Town Hall I -  Saturday, March 16, 2024, 10:00am-12:30pm Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden Street

Quarterly Development Meeting - Thursday, Feb. 15th

Community Walk - Friday, Jan. 26th


Most Important Question. 

Q. What do I need to do to contribute to the vision plan for the community?


  1. Register and attend the final Town Hall III on Thursday, June 13th, at Knox Presbyterian Church, 1300 N. Eden Street, 5:30pm-8pm



This project was made possible with a grant from the Department of Housing and Community Development, and by our many partners that provide their invaluable services and support.


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