For updated Virtual Community Meeting information, please see below
For updated Virtual Community Meeting information, please see below
Our newly designed website provides links to all of the information you need to orient yourself to our neighborhood and find answers to many inquiries you may have.
The Loch Raven Improvement Association is a dynamic community that is well-positioned for the future. As we continue our mission to keep our neighborhood safe, clean and strong, the LRIA Executive Board and membership body are fully committed to providing residents and future generations an outstanding quality of life.
The LRIA encourages membership that is actively involved in the community by joining at least one of the committees that exists to serve and improve our lifestyle. Active participation by members of our neighborhood will continue a long tradition of community service and socially responsible practices.
As we progress through the New Year, it is hopeful that even more residents become engaged in community participation by paying your annual dues, attending meetings, participating on committees, practicing appropriate residential sanitation habits, and being the eyes and ears for proactive accountability by reporting unacceptable, substandard, and unlawful behavior in our neighborhood.
THE STRENGTH AND STABILILTY OF OUR NEIGHBORHOOD DEPENDS ON YOU!!!
Get involved and enjoy what is the Loch Raven Improvement Association.
This website is dedicated to Malik Mosley, Sr.
President, Loch Raven Improvement Association, Inc.
2003 - 2020
"Your memory will always be with us" --- LRIA Executive Board
LRIA VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETING INFORMATION
We have missed engaging with everyone in our traditional ways and have been working to adjust our communications efforts during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
PLEASE JOIN US FOR A VIRTUAL COMMUNITY MEETING!!!
Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
ALL RESIDENTS ARE INVITED!
Please send US your email address, and we'll send YOU the link to the meeting.
It's that simple!!!
The Loch Raven Improvement Association would like to thank all residents for doing your part in keeping our neighborhood safe, clean, and strong during this unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. Please remember to follow the recommendations of medical professionals... that if we all continue to do our part in wearing appropriate face coverings, washing our hands, following safe, social distancing guidelines, and when available, taking the vaccine, we will overcome this health crisis.
For the latest Baltimore City COVID-19 information, please CLICK HERE
The Loch Raven community welcomes Councilman Mark Conway as the new Baltimore City Councilman for the 4th District. Councilman Conway has attended many LRIA community meetings and is well-adept on the priorities and goals of this neighborhood. We look forward to working with Councilman Conway and having his continuing support on the projects for which we have planned moving forward.
Mayor Brandon Scott has announced that curbside recycling collection will resume citywide on
January 19th, 2021.
For our LRIA community, collection days resume on Fridays... so please, begin separating your "trash" from your recyclables and set out on your designated Recycling Day!
Remember, please use appropriate recycling containers... NO PLASTIC BAGS !!!
Central Scholarship, a non-profit organization, awards scholarships and interest-free loans to students pursuing higher education. Application session is now OPEN!
Deadline: April 1st, 2021, at 11:59pm
* If you are driving, please SLOW DOWN!!! Aggressive driving put lives and property at risk.
* Please do NOT double-park and always be courteous. Leave space for others to navigate.
* Don't pile snow in the middle of the street. This impedes emergency vehicles that may be enroute to YOUR house!
* Shovel and salt your walkway to prevent slips, trips and falls, and possible legal jeopardy.
* Be a good neighbor. Assist the elderly and other restricted neighbors who may have difficulty during periods of inclement weather.
* PLEASE DO NOT PLACE OBSTACLES IN THE STREET! Chairs, cones, and other objects placed in the public right-of-way, to "hold" parking spaces, IS ILLEGAL! Not only will these items be confiscated, but the homeowner shall be subject to a citation. PLEASE CALL 911 TO REPORT.
BGE Warns Customers About Utility Scammers During COVID-19
With Maryland and the world experiencing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, BGE is reminding customers to always be on alert for potential scams targeting utility customers. BGE has seen an increase in scam reports over the past week with scammers attempting to use this health crisis to trick utility customers. Scammers are offering cash or credit incentives from BGE in order to obtain a customer’s personal or financial information.
Don't Get Scammed: Customers can avoid being scammed by taking a few precautions:
• Never provide your social security number or personal information to anyone initiating contact with you claiming to be a utility representative or requesting you to send money to another person or entity other than your local utility providers.
• Always ask to see a company photo ID before allowing any utility worker into your home or business.
• Do not give payment in any form- cash, check, or credit- to anyone coming to your door.
Any customer who believes he or she has been a target of a scam is urged to contact 911 and call BGE immediately at 800-685-0123 to report the situation.
Stress is the body’s physical, mental, or emotional response to stimuli.
Stress is a normal part of life that could be a response to changes in one’s life or environment. Some short term stress can be life-saving (i.e. getting out of a danger), but many of us live in a near constant state of stress. Unlike short term stress which can be protective, constant or chronic stress can be harmful. Research has linked chronic stress with high blood pressure, clogged arteries, obesity, poor sleep, and brain changes linked to anxiety, depression, and addiction.
In an effort to encourage a healthy community, the Loch Raven Improvement Association will be starting a “Stress Less” Challenge. Participants who engage in 15+ minutes of stress lowering activities (laughing, meditating, exercise, etc.), 4+ days per week for 3+ weeks will be entered to win a prize pack!
If you are interested in participating or would like more details, please text Dena at 443-267-8380.
The LRIA encourages ALL residents to remain vigilant against crime in our neighborhood by applying for a confidential CrimeWatch number, which may be used to report incidents to the 911 system without disclosing your personal identity.
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!!! The safety of our neighborhood depends on YOU!!!
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So take your time, look around, and learn all there is to know about our LRIA community.
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While we endeavor to keep the information up to date and correct, the LRIA makes no representations or warranties of any kind, expressed or implied about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the website or the information, products, services or related graphics contained on the website for any purpose. Any reliance you place on such material is strictly at your own risk.