Community-based Projects

The Department of Planning (DOP) funds a community-selected priority project in each INSPIRE area. The projects identified in the INSPIRE planning process often create or improve places for residents to play, socialize, and participate in activities. Recent INSPIRE community projects include park renovations, murals, vacant lot greening, community gardens, and walking paths. DOP partners with residents, neighborhood organizations, City agencies, Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts (BOPA), and other non-profit organizations to achieve these projects. 

PDF icon See murals created through an INSPIRE and Art @ Work partnership. 

PDF icon See "before" and "after" photos of some of the community projects.

*Information regarding these community-selected priority projects will continue to update below, as development progresses.

Arlington Garden - Design ConceptArlington
School/Community
Garden 
(Concept)
Cherry Hill Walking Path and Landscaping (Concept)
Arundel + Cherry Hill

Walking Path and Landscaping 
(Concept)
German Park Design ConceptDorothy I. Height -
formerly John Eager Howard
German Park Improvements 
(Concept)
German Park Mural
Dorothy I. Height - formerly John Eager Howard

Art @ Work: community space artwork
(Complete)
Fordney Lane Pedestrian Alley
Forest Park + Calvin Rodwell
Pedestrian Alley
(Concept)
Berea - Installed Garden Beds
Fort Worthington
School/Community Garden
(Partial Completion)
Lyndhurst - Garden Concept
Lyndhurst 

Veteran Memorial Garden
(Existing Condition)
Joseph E Lee Park aerial
Patterson Building 
Jo
seph Lee Park Improvements
(TBD)
Pimlico and Arlington Murals/ Art @ Work
Pimlico & Arlington
 Murals/Art @ Work
(Completed)
Pimlico community space (partial completion)
Pimlico

Landscaped
Community Space

(Partial Completion)
Robert Poole Park
Robert Poole Building

Roosevelt Park Improvements
(Existing Conditions)