Friends and Neighbors – Please Join Us!

What: FHNA June Membership Meeting

When: June 16th at 6:30 pm

Where: Virtual (Zoom info to be updated later Monday evening)

Several key topics – including reopening Federal Hill

More to come!


Zoom info for the May 19th FHNA General Meeting

Join us on Tuesday May 19th at 7:00 pm

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Meeting ID: 896 9771 7677

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May FHNA General Meeting On Tuesday May 19th at 7pm via zoom


FHNA Friends and Neighbors:

While we’d certainly love to see you in person, it may be a while before we have the chance. The FHNA board continues to meet monthly via ZOOM and we decided last week that it was time to give remote general meetings a try!

One of the key topics on our agenda will be plans for reopening the Federal Hill Business District. Cathy Rosenbaum (Federal Hill Main Street) and Ryan Battani (FHMS Board and BDC South Baltimore representative) will share some of the interesting ideas floating around! Delegate Luke Clippinger and Councilman Eric Costello have also graciously agreed to update us on city and state activity related to the pandemic.  Bring your questions.

The conference link and a zoom tutorial will be sent out on Monday. We will also post both on our website, Facebook page and twitter account. If you have something in particular you would like to discuss, please send an email to We look forward to seeing you!


April Meeting Cancelled!

Dear Federal Hill Community,

The Federal Hill Neighborhood Association is canceling its April 21st general membership meeting in accordance with the COVID19 safe distancing mandate. The board will continue to meet remotely on the 2nd Wednesday of each month. Obviously, everything has slowed considerably the last 4 weeks, but our committees are poised and ready to continue working as soon as things open up. If you have a topic you would like to discuss with the board, you are welcome to attend our zoom meeting—just send an email to and provide your contact info. We hope to be able to hold a general meeting in May but it’s impossible to set definitive plans during these uncertain times.


In addition, you probably noticed we did not produce the Hillsider in April. We are still evaluating whether or not it makes sense to produce an online only version that is dedicated to COVID19 and local business updates – it’s very difficult with things changing daily. We are trying our best to post updates on social media as we receive them. We will also be posting updates from our board meetings in lieu of general meeting minutes. Check next week for the March and April summaries.

Stay Safe and Well!