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Monthly Meeting

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                                                                                                    

Walk with the Mayor

*** Change of Route ***


1:30 pm

200 Cherry Hill Rd

(See Announcement)

Mayor’s SoBo Public Safety Forum


7:00 pm

National Federation of the Blind

200 E. Wells Street

Easter Egg Hunt


10:00 am

Federal Hill Park

Spring BBQ Social



Playground – Battery and Gittings

(See Announcement)

Citizens on Patrol



7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Corner of Cross Street and Riverside Ave.

(Outside Porter’s Pub)

Monthly Meeting


7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Rear Hall, Holy Cross Church

(See below for details)

Volunteer Opportunities


Contact Person

E-mail Address


Dave Hirst


Newsletter Delivery

Dave Hirst


Clean-Up Committee

Melissa Evans


Crime/Safety Committee

Sarah Humphreys


Garden Club

Jim Peterson


Tree Steward Committee

Joanna Pi-Sunyer



Recent Announcements

  • Walk with the Mayor - Saturday, April 12 at 1:30 pm ********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************* Mayor's office just announced that the Mayor will NOT be walking in Federal Hill this aftrenoon.  She will walk in Cherry Hill  starting ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2014, 7:27 AM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • 5th Annual DigiBall - Saturday, April 5th Digital Harbor High School Alliance 501 (c)(3) Digital Harbor High School College Scholarship Fund Administered by Baltimore Community Foundation Financially Supporting Digital Harbor High School Graduates in College   The ...
    Posted Mar 23, 2014, 7:10 PM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • Community Clean-Up April 5th Our first community clean-up of the year is scheduled for Saturday, April 5th from 9:00am - noon.  A dumpster will be delivered that morning at the corner of Battery ...
    Posted Mar 23, 2014, 7:05 PM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • Spring BBQ Social - Saturday, April 26th We are planning a Spring BBQ Social for the neighborhood to be held on Saturday, April 26thSt. Ignatius Academy has offered us the use of their playground at ...
    Posted Mar 23, 2014, 6:58 PM by Fina Santa-Maria
  • Help Send Officer Butterbean's Explorers to the 2014 Explorer Conference in Indiana! Since 1971, the Baltimore Police Department’s Law Enforcement Explorers Program has been enriching youths from the ages of 14 to 20 by exposing them to many different alternatives and ...
    Posted Mar 17, 2014, 2:47 PM by Fina Santa-Maria
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COP Tip of the Month

Citizens on Patrol - BOLOs (Be on the Lookout)

·    Watch out for some scammers working our neighborhood.  Someone knocks on your door and claims to be from BG&E – the person even shows some form of ID – it isn’t legitimate but may be hard to tell from the real thing.  The person says that you’re due a rebate, but he/she needs to see copies of your BG&E bills.  If you provide the bills, the person starts to ask for other documents.  The police believe that it’s some form of identity theft scam.  If one of these scammers comes to your door, decline to participate but take a good look at his/her clothing and appearance and the direction the person is heading, then call 911 and report the contact.

·     There has been a big increase in thefts of window air conditioners and HVAC units from backyards in the Southern District.  The thieves show up in the middle of the night and remove the units, then sell them to a person/company that can resell the units to building contractors.  This is probably less of a problem here in Federal Hill South since many homes have their HVAC units on the roof and the window air conditioners are on upper levels, but if you have a unit that’s accessible at ground level, consider checking into how to secure it.  And as always, keep an eye out when you’re out and about after dark.  Call 911 about any suspicious behavior – the police WANT you to call.


FHSNA Monthly Meetings

FHSNA Meeting Tuesday, April 29

Location: Rear Hall, Holy Cross Church, 110 E. West St.
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm 
Come early (6:30 pm) for food and drink with your neighbors!

BYO refreshments for social.  For your enjoyment, wines are donated by The Wine Market Bistro.