Boone Street Commons is a community led, volunteer managed green space established in September 2019. This page recognizes the people and organizations who have contributed time and resources to make Boone Street Commons the community green space for East Baltimore Midway.
Greater Greenmount Community Association
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Social Concern
Laney Materials dba The Recycling Center
Baltimore City Department of Housing and Community Development
Baltimore City Department of Transportation
Baltimore City Recreation & Parks – Urban Forestry
A special thank you to Central Baltimore Partnership and the Spruce Up Grant for funding the Boone Street Commons Revival project from July 2019-June 2020.
Councilman Robert Stokes
We would like to recognize the following volunteers who have participated in our volunteer days between September 2019 and June 2020 who have helped to create Boone Street Commons.
Students from The Johns Hopkins University
Shani Artis (MDOT)
Joanna Jane Bartholomew (O'Hara Development Partners)
Gabrielle (O'Hara Development Partners)
Halimah (O'Hara Development Partners)
...and the many neighbors of Boone Street Commons who asked to not be mentioned. You are all appreciated for the time you took to help with the creation of Boone Street Commons.