We have well mannered college students who live in our neighborhood. Unfortunately, we also have ill behaved students as well as landlords who do little to address the poor behavior of their tenants. Nevertheless, there is nothing to stop any of us from meeting the students when they move in, welcoming them to the neighborhood and being good neighbors.
Our wonderful treasurer, Macky Ayers, has recently moved out of the neighborhood.
Our next event in 2021 will be a potluck of sorts. On Monday, August 16 we are encouraging everyone to eat dinner on your porch and mingle outside.
We live in beautiful neighborhoods. To keep them looking good, the residents of Lake Walker, Cedarcroft, Lake Evesham, Evesham Park and Bellona Gittings will join together on June 26, 2021 (Rain date June 27) to clean up our neighborhoods.
Lake Evesham will have a dumpster delivered to the corner of Melrose and Sycamore on the morning of May 22, 2021.
On May 24, 2021 at 6:00 P.M. Mark Conway is hosting the next district town hall, focused on the budget as he and his council colleagues prepare to consider the FY2022 budget for Baltimore. He will also share some other City Hall and community updates.
Save the date for our Annual Community Yard Sale! Saturday, May 15 8am - 12pm (rain date Sunday, May 16)
The York Road Partnership Traffic Advisory subcommittee is submitting recommendations for improvements to York Road from Lake Avenue to 42nd street.
As a community we can create positive change in our everyday lives, which also includes supporting our local businesses. With that goal in mind, the Board encourages residents of Lake Evesham to support local businesses. Although we encourage residents to support local businesses daily, the board has designated the third week of each month as local businesses week as a gentle reminder to support local businesses.
The January 2021 Lake Evesham Newsletter has arrived!
The Lake Evesham Community Association would like to hear ideas from everyone on events that can be held safely in the Winter, Spring, and early Summer of 2021. We’re hopeful that with a vaccine we’ll be able to host a Crab Feast in the fall, but what are you interested in doing before then?
As you might be aware, the Vaughn Greene Funeral Home on York Road is planning on installing a Human Crematorium. The Board of the Lake Evesham Community Association is opposed to this installation and would like to submit a letter from the community to voice our concerns.
As mentioned at the November 2020 Annual meeting, the Lake Evesham Board has proposed to refresh the neighborhood association bylaws. This file includes the full new text, along with a table describing the changes from the previous version.
The Lake Evesham Community Association Annual Meeting will take place on Monday, November 16, 2020 starting at 7:00 p.m. on Zoom.
Lake Evesham is hosting a multi-family yard sale on October 10, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. until noon.
The Department of Public Works announced last week that curbside recycling pickup has been suspended until at least November 1, 2020.
The Census Deadline is September 30, 2020
The 2020 General Election is coming up soon. Here are some things you should know before November:
There will be a dumpster on the corner of Melrose and Sycamore for the use of Lake Evesham residents on the morning of Saturday, August 15, 2020. The dumpster is for household trash that is generally picked up as bulk items.
The June 2020 Lake Evesham Newsletter has arrived!
Virtual 4th District City Council Candidates Forum
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