There are many ways to get involved with PPNA! 

  • Subscribe to our email list

  • Get to know your neighbors

  • Attend a Community Meeting

  • Volunteer on a committee

  • Plan a project

  • Serve in PPNA Leadership


Receive notifications about event updates, ongoing projects, and monthly recaps to stay connected with PPNA. All of the minutes from Community Meetings are posted online, with information about initiatives, guest speakers and contact information, committee happenings, and Community All Stars. 


Do you know the neighbors on your block? Our neighbors enjoy connecting through block parties, sitting on their stoop ("stooping"), door knocking, and Facebook groups. Neighbors recognize each other by their dogs, their frequent package deliveries, or their cars. Neighbors care about each other and look out for one another. Take a look at our Sector Map to meet other neighbors in your Sector: 

Patterson Place Sector: 

  • Northern border: Orleans St. 

  • Eastern border: Milton Ave. 

  • Southern border: Baltimore St. 

  • Western border: Patterson Park Ave. 

East Sector: 

  • Northern border: Fayette St. 

  • Eastern border: Highland Ave. 

  • Southern border: Baltimore St. 

  • Western border: Linwood Ave. 

West Sector: 

  • Northern border: Fayette St. 

  • Eastern border: Linwood Ave. 

  • Southern border: Baltimore St. 

  • Western border: Milton Ave. 

North Sector: 

  • Northern border: Orleans St. 

  • Eastern border: Curley St. 

  • Southern border: Fayette St. 

  • Western border: Milton Ave. 

South Sector: 

  • Northern border: Baltimore St.  

  • Eastern border: Highland Ave.

  • Southern border: Pratt St. 

  • Western border: Linwood Ave. 

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Community Meetings are hosted on:

  • Date: Second Monday of every month

  • Time: 7:00pm

  • For Virtual Community meetings, Zoom meetings start at 7:00pm.

  • For In-person Community meetings, doors open at 6:30pm to enjoy light refreshments and Happy Hour.

    • Location: Parish Hall, St. Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic Church

    • Address: 2638 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21224

    • Directions: The church is situated on the corner of E. Baltimore Street and Lakewood Ave., and the entrance to Parish Hall is the downstairs entrance on Lakewood Ave. 

Community Meetings are effective, engaging, and focused on the needs of neighbors. If you have feedback on how the PPNA, the neighborhood, or the city can improve, we want to hear it. Contact


PPNA Committees are neighbor-driven. There are many active committees that do ongoing work throughout our neighborhood. Click here to learn more about committee project highlights. Click here to learn more about PPNA Committees, and contact a Committee Chairperson about getting involved. 


PPNA sponsors many projects throughout the neighborhood. Each project is lead by a passionate neighbor who is committed to making our neighborhood a better place to live, work, and play. Examples include:


  • Patterson Park Neighborhood metal signage

  • Community Dumpsters

  • Block-by-block String Lighting

  • Bloom Your Block Happy Hours

  • PPNA Pop-Up Food Pantries

  • ...and many more! 

If you have an idea about a project or event requiring a fiscal sponsor, grant support, or funding from PPNA, click here to submit a Project Proposal Form for Board review. Click here to view a list of grant opportunities. 


The PPNA Board and Committee Chairs are actively engaged neighbors who volunteer their time to run meetings, organize initiatives, and plan events for PPNA. Committee Chairs spearhead efforts regarding a cause that they care about passionately, and we are always open to supporting you in new projects or forming and participating in committees. Board Members are selected through annual elections. We welcome new ideas and feedback, and we are always looking for ways that you can be more involved with these collaborative efforts. Contact to start the conversation.