Community GardenCommunity Garden – Petition to Save Garden
The Locust Point Community Garden is a cherished resource in our community, it provides a space for residents to come together, grow their own food, and learn about the importance of environmental stewardship.  Also, it is one of the last green spaces around Baltimore’s harbor. Under Armour has decided to sell the garden space to a developer which would essentially “pave over” our garden.  We are asking UA to work with us to find a way forward to designate this area as a garden and community green space.  As an example, Coca-Cola did this when they donated the property for our little league field.  Please sign our petition and show that we value our green space. Also, please send the petition on to all who value green spaces and gardens.

FREE Kids Spring Break Camp
Monday, April 3 – Thursday, April 6, 8:30am – 3:30pm @ Locust Point Rec Center
Baltimore City Recreation and Park will be hosting a free Spring Break Camp. Interested parties should register via the link below. Activities include arts and crafts, sports, games and a field trip! Ages 5-12.


2023 LPCA Annual Membership Renewal Underway
Already a member of the LPCA? It’s time to reup! Just send $5 and you’re good to go for another year! If you are not a member and would like to be, just pay $5 annually per person using PayPal (@PayLPCA)! Also, fill out the registration form. General meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School Cafeteria. Questions? Email contacts@mylocustpoint.org.

Calling 311 to report an issue in our neighborhood like dangerous intersections, potholes, lights that are out, trash and debris and more, helps local elected officials successfully advocate on our behalf. The more reports of an issue from residents, the more supporting evidence our representatives have in trying to improve our community. If you notice something in the neighborhood that needs addressing, SUBMIT A 311 REQUEST AND EMAIL THE REFERENCE NUMBER PROVIDED TO  contacts@mylocustpoint.org so we have a record of it.

If you have any issues to report or discuss with the Baltimore Police, contact our area representative,
Officer Torres.
Text or call him at 443-681-0757.

Founded in 1972, the Locust Point Civic Association (LPCA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the State of Maryland created to promote and protect the common interests of the residents of Locust Point. Those eligible to be members of the LPCA are defined as follows: All people 18 years or older residing in the area bounded by Lawrence Street on the west and the Patapsco River to the north, south and east.

The purpose of the Association is to promote and encourage cooperative spirit, neighborhood relations and participation in community affairs; actively inform, serve and represent residents’ interests in regard to civic and City events, laws, regulations and safety; foster neighborhood pride, safety, beautification and monitor development activity; and honor and preserve the historic nature and serve as a repository for local information.

If you would like to join the Locust Point Civic Association, just pay $5 annually per person using PayPal (@PayLPCA)! Please simply fill out the registration form. General meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm at Francis Scott Key Elementary/Middle School Cafeteria. Questions? Email contacts@mylocustpoint.org.


Locust Point Civic Association
841 E. Fort Avenue, Unit 210
Baltimore, MD  21230