List of Baltimore neighborhoods

Neighborhoods in the City of Baltimore are officially divided into nine geographical regions: North, Northeast, East, Southeast, South, Southwest, West, Northwest, and Central, with each district patrolled by a respective precinct of the Baltimore Police Department. Charles Street down to Hanover Street and Ritchie Highway serve as the east-west dividing line and Eastern Avenue to Route 40 as the north-south dividing line. However, Baltimore Street is north-south dividing line for the U.S. Postal Service.[1] It is not uncommon for locals to divide the city simply by East or West Baltimore, using Charles Street or I-83 as a dividing line.

The following is a list of major neighborhoods in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, organized by broad geographical location within the city. See below for a list of maps published by the City of Baltimore Department of Planning.

Baltimore City neighborhoods

Listed by planning district.[2]

Northwest

  • Arlington
  • Central Park Heights
  • Cheswolde
  • Coldspring
  • Cross Country
  • Cylburn
  • Fallstaff
  • Glen
  • Greenspring
  • Langston Hughes
  • Levindale
  • Lucille Park
  • Mount Washington
  • Park Circle
  • Parklane
  • Pimlico Good Neighbors
  • Reisterstown Station
  • Seton Business Park
  • Towanda-Grantley
  • Woodmere

North

Northeast

  • Arcadia
  • Armistead Gardens
  • Belair-Parkside
  • Belair-Edison
  • Beverly Hills
  • Broening Manor
  • Cedmont
  • Cedonia
  • Clifton Park
  • Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello
  • Eastwood
  • Four By Four
  • Frankford
  • Glenham-Belhar
  • Graceland Park
  • Hamilton Hills
  • Herring Run
  • Hillen
  • Holabird Industrial Park
  • Lauraville
  • Loch Raven
  • Lower Herring Run Park
  • Mayfield
  • Medford
  • Montebello
  • Moravia-Walther
  • Morgan Park
  • Morgan State University
  • Mt Pleasant Park
  • North Harford Road
  • Orangeville
  • Orangeville Industrial Area
  • Orchard Ridge
  • Overlea
  • Perring Loch
  • Pulaski Industrial Area
  • Ramblewood
  • Rosemont East
  • Saint Helena
  • Stonewood-Pentwood-Winston
  • Taylor Heights
  • Waltherson
  • Westfield

East & Downtown

East Baltimore

Central

Southeast

South

South Baltimore
  • Barre Circle
  • Brooklyn
  • Carroll Park
  • Carroll-Camden Industrial Area
  • Cherry Hill
  • Curtis Bay
  • Curtis Bay Industrial Area
  • Fairfield Area / (former Masonville & Wagner's Point - East Brooklyn)
  • Federal Hill
  • Franklin Square
  • Hawkins Point / Arundel Cove
  • Hollins Market
  • Lakeland
  • Locust Point
  • Locust Point (North & South) Industrial Area
  • Middle Branch / Broening / Reedbird Parks
  • Mount Winans
  • New Southwest/Mount Clare
  • Otterbein
  • Poppleton
  • Port Covington
  • Ridgely's Delight
  • Riverside
  • Saint Paul
  • Sharp-Leadenhall
  • Spring Garden Industrial Area
  • South Baltimore
  • Stadiums Area / Camden Yards sports complex
  • Union Square
  • Westport

Southwest

West

West Baltimore
  • Ashburton
  • Bolton Hill
  • Bridgeview-Greenlawn
  • Burleith-Leighton
  • Callaway-Garrison, Baltimore
  • Central Forest Park
  • Coppin Heights/Ash-Co-East
  • Concerned Citizens of Forest Park
  • Dolfield
  • Dorchester
  • Druid Heights
  • Druid Hill Park
  • East Arlington
  • Easterwood
  • Evergreen Lawn
  • Fairmont
  • Forest Park
  • Forest Park Golf Course
  • Franklintown Road
  • Garwyn Oaks
  • Grove Park
  • Harlem Park
  • Heritage Crossing
  • Hanlon Longwood
  • Howard Park
  • Liberty Square
  • Madison Park
  • Midtown-Edmondson
  • Mondawmin
  • Mosher
  • Mount Holly
  • Northwest Community Action
  • Panway/Braddish Avenue
  • Parkview/Woodbrook
  • Penn North
  • Purnell
  • Reservoir Hill
  • Rosemont
  • Rosemont Homeowners/Tenants
  • Sandtown-Winchester
  • Upton
  • Walbrook
  • West Arlington
  • West Forest Park
  • Winchester
  • Windsor Hills

Maps

See also

References

  1. Mary K. Tilghman (2008). Insiders' Guide to Baltimore. Morris Book Publishing LLC. p. 2. ISBN 978-0-7627-4553-1.
  2. "Baltimore City Planning Districts" (PDF). City of Baltimore Department of Planning. June 20, 2016. Archived from the original (PDF) on December 29, 2016. Retrieved July 20, 2021.
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