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This great statement was true in the early and mid-1800’s when Woodberry and adjacent Hampden thrived as mill towns, and it remains true today.   Homes dating from the 1840’s to 1920’s are listed on the National Historic Registry and stand harmoniously with newer townhomes and ultra-contemporary park homes.

Many of the Woodberry mills have been converted to studios, condos and apartments, while other buildings continue as commercial use.  The Meadow Mill building, seen from I-83 houses a restaurant, a music school, pottery group, and various commercial office spaces.  The beautiful Shiloh Church,  also seen from I-83, dates from 1850.  Clipper Mill’s Woodberry Kitchen and adjacent artist studios, Artifact Coffee, Union Brewing, and many others are major destination points, with Druid Hill Park and the Jones Falls Bike Path offering recreational opportunities for local residents.

Woodberry remains a quiet community with easy access to I-83 and the Light Rail.

Meetings & Events

The WCA meets monthly, usually on the second Tuesday at 7pm.

Meetings take place via Zoom, check the FB page for details

Upcoming Events:


November Community Meeting (Zoom)
Tuesday November 15, 2022, 7 pm
The Woodberry Community Association hosts its November meeting on Tuesday November 15 at  7pm via Zoom (from computer or call-in).

 

Agenda Items TBD

Click here to sign up and receive the Zoom link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/october-community-meeting-tickets-415436059437


December Community Meeting (Zoom)
Tuesday December 13, 2022, 7 pm
The Woodberry Community Association hosts its December meeting on Tuesday December 13 at  7pm via Zoom (from computer or call-in).

 

Agenda Items TBD

Click here to sign up and receive the Zoom link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/december-community-meeting-tickets-457047059057https://www.eventbrite.com/e/october-community-meeting-tickets-415436059437


 

 

Membership & Support

Become A Member

The Woodberry Community Association works to represent the community and improve the quality of life in our neighborhood. Membership is available at many levels and helps the WCA:

  • Represents the community with the City for Zoning variances and hearings
  • Collaboration with City officials and the Northern District Police regarding services and crime reduction
  • Works with the Medfield and Hampden associations regarding shared issues
  • Represents the community in industrial and commercial redevelopment
  • Updates residents on issues within our community as well as our surrounding communities
  • Maintains public properties through beautification projects
  • Oversees committees for the enrichment and betterment of our residents and community
  • Provides volunteer opportunities for our residents and businesses.

We appreciate your interest and support. You can join the WCA online by selecting a membership option and “pay now” on the drop down menu below. If you prefer using a check, you can also mail in your membership.  Click here to download the membership form and mail it to the following address:

Woodberry Community Association
C/O Rob Summers, Treasurer
3710 Clipper Rd, Baltimore, MD  21211

  • Homeowners and renters qualify for Individual or Family membership
  • Landlords and small businesses qualify for small business membership
  • Business with annual income greater than $500K qualify for corporate membership

Boundaries for the neighborhood of Woodberry are:

  • To the North: the south side of Cold Spring Lane
  • To the East: the Jones Falls
  • To the South: Druid Hill Park to I-83
  • To the West: the east side of Greenspring Avenue

For questions regarding membership, email the WCA Membership Director by clicking here.


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Donations and Support

Generous donations and sponsors provide a strong foundation for our organization and enable us to provide a range of services to our community. You can make a donation to WCA using the donation button below. We are a 501 (c) 3 non-profit and all donations are tax-deductible.