The Bolton Hill Community Association, Inc. (BHCA) started as The Mount Royal Improvement Association, Inc. (MRIA) in 1928. In 2018, MRIA became a 501(c)3 nonprofit known as BHCA to better reflect the identity of the community. The mission of BHCA is to preserve and enhance the quality of life for the community and to strive to make Bolton Hill the finest neighborhood to live in Baltimore. BHCA endeavors to foster a safe, green, and socially conscious community, which embraces and promotes diversity in all of its activities and membership.
With more than 600 households living or working in the neighborhood, BHCA strives to keep Bolton Hill vibrant and healthy, with lively streetscapes, green parks, and safe and child-friendly streets. BHCA provides the forum for Bolton Hill’s diverse community to define issues, take advantage of opportunities, and respond to challenges facing the neighborhood. BHCA also serves as the liaison between Bolton Hill and elected officials and City departments and neighboring institutions and organizations.
Any individual of voting age who wishes to support the Bolton Hill community is welcome to become a BHCA member, regardless of whether his or her residence is in the neighborhood. Membership includes everyone in a household. BHCA membership is also open to any business, institution, or other nonprofit group in Bolton Hill.
If you are already a member of the Bolton Hill Community Association, thank you. If you are not a BHCA member, please consider joining now by completing and submitting the form below.
The membership year is May 1 through April 30 of each year. Dues must be collected between January and the BHCA annual meeting in May for a BHCA member to vote in or to be a candidate in the election of new members of the BHCA Board of Directors.
Benefits of Membership
By becoming a BHCA member, you help ensure that Bolton Hill remains the finest neighborhood in Baltimore. A membership in BHCA supports or provides:
- Email subscription to the monthly Bolton Hill Bulletin;
- Participation in BHEN (the Bolton Hill Email Network);
- The Bolton Hill website;
- Point of contact with the City on matters affecting the neighborhood;
- Promotion of the neighborhood’s public green spaces and the integrity of its historic buildings;
- Easy access to the Residential Permit Parking program for Bolton Hill residents;
- Representation in discussions about issues affecting Bolton Hill (such as State Center redevelopment and community safety and security);
- Vote at the BHCA May meeting to elect the BHCA Board of Directors; and
- Eligibility to serve on the BHCA Board of Directors.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.