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Don't forget to pay 2002 association dues, please make your 15 dollar checks payable to: Evergreen Community Association, Inc. Becky Patterson 4604 Schenley Road, Baltimore MD 21210. Thanks to the many of you who have already sent in this years dues!

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Scroll down this page to see details of our mural project, painted by the talented Ann Feild.
To learn more about her work send her an email here.


The charming community of Evergreen is comprised of approximately 200 homes. It is bounded by Oakdale Road on the north, Stony Run Park on the east, Cold Spring Lane on the south, and Maynadier Lane on the west. The history of Evergreen is significant since its development antedated Roland Park. The mostly narrow frame individual Victorian homes were once occupied by the builders and tradesmen who served Roland Park during its major period of construction from about 1895-1910.

Originally, Sunday School classes met under a tree . The cornerstone for the church building erected on the north end of Cedar Road (now Keswick Road) was laid November 14, 1894. The original building is now occupied by a local artist/sculptor. The tree where the original Sunday school classes met still exists.

Another central part of the community was the Schenley Road School. The original structure was built in 1896 with the front portion added on in 1905. The school provided elementary education for the community children. The school house is presently a unique and beautiful family home.

Today, the neighborhood is home to a diverse array of people including those involved in the arts, law enforcement, education, finance, health, research, and small business, to name a few.

The Evergreen Community Association was incorporated in 1954 as a non-profit community organization formed to promote the interests and welfare of the residents of Evergreen and surrounding communities. The active and independent association supports community picnics held in the Stony Run Park, annual Christmas Caroling, bi-monthly newsletters, community clean-ups, and maintenance of Stony Run Park under the guidance of Dr. Michael Beer.

Evergreen continues to be one of Baltimore’s most desirable neighborhoods. There are residents who have remained throughout their lives living in the homes built by their ancestors. One can feel the comfort and serenity of the community while strolling through the lush, tree lined paths of Evergreen.

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