About the Reservoir Hill Association

The mission of Reservoir Hill Association (RHA) is to improve the quality of life for all residents and unite, support, and protect the interests of, all residents, non-resident owners, and lessees to make Reservoir Hill a leading thriving urban neighborhood in Baltimore.

If you like what we stand for, spread the word! Invite a neighbor to join the collective Reservoir Hill Association. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and encourage someone new to become a member.

To learn more about the Board of Directors, please go to the Contact Us page. 

Read our most updated Bylaws to view how we govern our organization on our Governing Documents page.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are so many Reservoir Hill organizations, why does RHA exist?

Reservoir Hill Association (RHA) exists to provide a united voice for the Reservoir Hill community. We proudly build upon our community's long running organizing tradition. 

RHA is the only all-resident-volunteer-led, grass-roots neighborhood organization representing the entirety of the Reservoir Hill community, east to west.  Neighbors came together to form RHA because too often, decisions were being made about and for our community without the input of the residents most affected.  RHA was incorporated in 2020 in order to make sure that there is nothing about us without us

RHA collaborates with all organizations in Reservoir Hill to ensure a united and representational voice to the local, state, and federal government.  RHA uses all of its funds to support the work and visions of our neighbors.

Reservoir Hill is also served by Upper Eutaw Madison Neighborhood Association (UEMNA), the organization serving the Baltimore City Eutaw-Madison Historic District, Mt. Royal Terrace Historic District (MRTHD), the organization serving the Baltimore City Mt. Royal Terrace Historic District, and Historic Mt. Royal Terrace Association (HMRTA), which serves Park Avenue and Mount Royal Terrace above W. North Avenue.

Reservoir Hill is also home to many non-profit organizations, including the Reservoir Hill Improvement Council (RHIC), a community development corporation (CDC),  St. Francis Neighborhood Center, and Whitelock Community Farm. 

Is the Reservoir Hill Association (RHA) a non-profit organization? 

Yes. As of November 2020, the Reservoir Hill Association (RHA)  has been recognized as 501(c)3, with public charity status 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).  Since 2020, RHA has been incorporated with the State of Maryland as Reservoir Hill Association, Inc.

How can I become a member of the Reservoir Hill Association?

Anyone who lives or works in Reservoir Hill can become a member of the Reservoir Hill Association (RHA). To become a voting member, aslo known as a member-in-good-standing, you must attend at least half of all general membership meetings in a year and be up to date with your membership dues.

For the 2023 Fiscal Year, our membership voted for dues to be $12 for the year. 

Please click our Join page for more information. 

How can I become more involved with RHA?

There are five simple ways to become more involved with the Reservoir Hill Association: 

For more information go to our Join page.