The Public Hearing on the Financial Plan FY 2014
Handouts are now available for the Public Hearing on the Financial Plan for FY 2014 of the CVCBD will be held from 6:30 to 8:00 pm on April 23, 2013 at Lovely Lane Methodist Church at 2200 St Paul Street. The purpose of this meeting is to allow surcharge taxpayers the opportunity to review and comment on the proposed Budget and Financial Plan for Fiscal Year 2013-2014 beginning July 1, 2013.
(Note the date for the Public Hearing has been changed from the 9th to the 23rd.)
Board Recommended Budget for FY 2014
To review the Board recommended Budget for FY 2014 that will be presented at the Public Hearing on the Financial Plan on April 23 click here.
Grants available from the Charles Village Community Foundation!
For more information and the application form click here
Charles Village Community Benefits District is a special tax district created in 1994 to provide supplementary services to residents in a 100–block area of north Baltimore. With over 14,000 residents, the District has four member neighborhoods: Abell, Charles Village, Harwood, and Old Goucher; it is also the home of Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art, Wyman Dell Park, the Waverly Farmers’ Market and more than 700 businesses. Famous for its tree-lined streets, lush gardens, and historic 19th century houses and churches, the area has been called:“Village living in the heart of Baltimore”.
The Benefits District provides supplementary sanitation and safety services to all residents and promotes the District as an attractive place to visit, live, work and play. Property owners pay a tax-surcharge of 12 cents per $100 of assessed property value to fund these services.