Surplus Schools

As part of the 21st Century Schools Initiative Memorandum of Understanding, Baltimore City Schools are required to surplus 26 school buildings.  The properties are all owned by the Mayor and City Council and will be surplussed to the City to determine re-use of each site.  The City is conducting engagement with stakeholders to explore opportunities for re-use, including community desires and concerns.  Re-use opportunities include City agency and other government use, private re-use of the building (sale or lease), temporary uses, shared uses, and demolition (open space or clearance for new construction). 

Profiles of potential uses, such as market rate housing, affordable housing, charter schools, community center, and office space, are available to help inform the discussion.  The purpose of stakeholder engagement is for the City (and any potential future users of the facilities) to understand community desires and concerns.   For a reuse to come to fruition, an appropriate organization must have both the interest and capacity to improve the building and operate the facility.

Stakeholder Engagement

 

 

Meeting Dates:

Location and Flyers:

Langston Hughes

6/27/2017 

6:30  PM

CC Jackson Rec Center

4910 Park Heights Avenue

Samuel F.B. Morse

6/29/2017  

6:00 PM

424 S. Pulaski Street

Northwestern HS

TBD

 

 


Questions, Comments & Additional Information

Please email the Planning Department at [email protected] with your questions or suggestions regarding the re-use of surplus school properties.