When and where do we meet?
Our general meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Southwest Baltimore Charter School; 1300 Herkimer St, Baltimore MD, 21223 from 7pm - 8:30pm. During COVID, we have been holding meetings online via Zoom. Visit the Events page for the Zoom link details.
What is a general meeting?
An opportunity to meet and connect with your neighbors, learn about new things happening in Pigtown, and get involved in the change you wish to see!
What happens in a meeting?
A lot! Every meeting is a little different, but in general, it is an opportunity for businesses, community organizations, Baltimore City officials, and other groups and individuals to share updates that could affect our community. It also provides community members an opportunity to voice their opinions and concerns, and strategize on what actions to take to keep Pigtown vibrant and improving. COP members can vote on COP leadership, letters of support, and other questions being posed to the neighborhood.
How do I become a member?
Anyone is welcome to join the meeting! To be a voting member, there is a $10 annual due that can be paid at any general meeting. Again, you don't need to be a member to attend a meeting. Only to vote.
I can't come to meetings, can I still be in the loop?
Yes! Be added to our email list for updates after every meeting (bottom of page). Follow us on Facebook or Instagram. And finally, you can also join a committee to lend your efforts and ideas to a specific project.
Beyond the meetings, how else can I meet my neighbors?
Stay tuned to Events on our Google Calendar and social media. We plan happy hours, outdoor activities, and other social gatherings.
How can I get involved in a committee?
Learn more about our committees on the About page. Check out our Events page to see when the next committee meeting is happening. All meetings are open to the public.
I have a complaint about trash, safety, roadwork, etc. Can COP help?
Yes! COP is here to help you find other neighbors with similar concerns and work together to get things done. First, place a service request through Baltimore City 311. Then share your concern with neighbors.