Welcome to Federal Hill South Neighborhood Association!

The Federal Hill South Neighborhood Association (FHSNA) was created to promote and protect the common interests of the residents and property owners in the Federal Hill South community. FHSNA serves the neighborhood bounded by Light Street, Cross Street, Covington Street and Fort Avenue.

Upcoming Events                                                                                                    

Federal Hill Preparatory School Spring Fling and Silent Auction

5/9

Noon – 5:00 pm

Federal Hill Preparatory School

(See Announcement for details)

Annual FHSNA Wine Tasting

5/21

7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

American Visionary Museum Sculpture Barn

(See Announcement for details)

Monthly Meeting

5/26

7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

St. Ignatius Loyola Academy, 300 Gittings St.

(See below for details)

Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School Bull and Shrimp Roast

6/5

7:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Locust Point Knights of Columbus,

1338 Hull Street

(See Announcement for details)


Volunteer Opportunities
 

Committee

Contact Person

E-mail Address

Parking

Dave Hirst

hirsthaven@verizon.net

Newsletter Delivery

Dave Hirst

hirsthaven@verizon.net

Clean-Up Committee

Melissa Evans

 evans.melissa.ann@gmail.com

Crime/Safety Committee

Sarah Humphreys

SarahHumphreys@comcast.net

Garden Club

Jim Peterson

jcptrsn50@gmail.com

Tree Steward Committee

Joanna Pi-Sunyer

jpisunyer@gmail.com

 

News from Southern District

News flash from Major Ian Dombroski, Baltimore Police Department, Southern District

Otterbein/Federal Hill experienced two recent burglaries: one on W. Montgomery and one on the 800 block of William.

Yesterday, between midnight and 7 a.m., an unknown suspect(s) entered a house on W. Montgomery through an unlocked window, pulling out the screen to gain access. The suspect(s) stole a laptop, iPad, and car keys, and used the car keys to steal the victim’s green Honda Accord, Maryland tag 4BX7294.

·         Also yesterday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., an unknown suspect(s) kicked in the front door of a house on the 800 block of William Street and stole jewelry.

These types of crimes highlight the critical importance of appropriately securing our homes (lock doors and windows, use burglar alarms and outdoor lighting) and being good neighbors by keeping an eye on our neighbors’ homes.  Call 911 at the first sight of something that makes you uncomfortable – do not hesitate!  The police would rather you call for something that turns out to be nothing, than not to receive a call for a real crime.  Truly.


Recent Announcements

  • Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School Bull and Shrimp Roast - Friday, June 5 Thomas Johnson Elementary/Middle School (TJEMS) is having its annual Bull and Shrimp Roast on Friday, June 5 from 7 pm to 11 pm at the Locust Point Knights of ...
    Posted May 8, 2015, 6:55 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • FHSNA Spring Planting - Saturday, May 2 The Federal Hill South Garden Club will be doing spring planting of the neighborhood containers on Saturday, May 2 from 10 am to 12 noon.Now more than ever, we ...
    Posted Apr 29, 2015, 8:01 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • Federal Hill Preparatory School Spring Fling and Silent Auction - Saturday, May 9 Federal Hill Prep's Spring Fling & Silent Auction, Saturday, May 9, 2015, noon until 5 pm.  Silent auction bidding ends at 4 pm. The day includes a large silent auction ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2015, 6:27 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • 14th Annual FHSNA Wine Tasting - Thursday, May 21, 7:00 - 10:00 pm The FHSNA 14th Annual Wine Tasting event will be held on Thursday, May 21st from 7:00 to 10:00 pm in The Sculpture Barn at The American ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2015, 6:31 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • The Parking Pass Bash - Saturday, April 25th, 2 - 6 pm What:    Parking permit pick up & neighborhood picnic When:   Saturday, April 25th from 2-6 pm Where:  St. Ignatius playground             At corner of Battery & Gittings Who:    All neighbors are welcome ...
    Posted Apr 24, 2015, 6:00 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
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Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

PARKING ALERT!
NO PARKING AT FEDERAL HILL PREP.  

Please be aware that Area 9 residents have lost the privilege of evening and weekend parking at Federal Hill Prep. New signage will be posted to reflect this change.  Violators will be towed.

It is sad that the actions of those who consistently disregarded the parking signs cost the neighborhood this much needed parking.

Please keep this in mind if you take advantage of the evening and weekend parking in the Digital Harbor High School lot.  Use of the lot is a courtesy extended to the neighborhood by the school administration.  We have already had reminders and gentle warnings from DHHS because there are those that abuse the privilege and do not follow the posted restrictions.

If we lose the opportunity to park in the DHHS lot we have no one to blame but ourselves.  Please be considerate.

Parking Permit Renewal

Area 19 Parking Permits expire on April 30th

Permit renewal starts March 20th.

Click here for renewal instructions and required documentation 

==> Parking Permit Renewal - Area 19 

Please be considerate of the volunteers distributing the permits and your fellow neighbors who are waiting in line behind you.  Be prepared when you come to your community pickup.

You will not receive your permits without the proper documentation.

 Community Pickups

  • Thursday, April 16 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm at St. Ignatius School, 300 Gittings Street  *** New location ***
  • Saturday, April 25 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm "The Parking Pass Bash" at St. Ignatius School playground



FHSNA Monthly Meetings

FHSNA Meeting Tuesday, May 26
 
Topics:

Results from the Parking Pass Bash
Results from Community Cleanup
Results from the 14th Annual FHSNA Wine Tasting
1100 Key Highway - Apt. Building Presentation by The Bainbridge Companies
Expanding the RPP to parts of Light Street 

Location: St. Ignatius Loyola Academy, 300 Gittings St.
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm 
 
 
Come early (6:30 pm) for food and drink with your neighbors!

BYO refreshments for social.