Community Based Programs Application
Baltimore City Department of Transportation Community Based Programs Application
This application is to be used for Art in the Right-Of-Way, Signage, Tactical Urbanism, Greening, Parklet and Plaza projects. Should the demonstration last more than one day leading into a season a Memorandum of Understanding will need to be signed by the supporting community association. The community association must be in good standing with the Maryland Department of Taxation and must also provide proof of liability insurance. There are no fees attached to Community Based Programs Application or for review of drawings/plans, but there may be fees for the Maintenance of Traffic for the installation of the project- this will need to be discussed with the ROW office in charge of Block Parties/Special Events. Submissions are reviewed for 2-3 weeks by all necessary departments and divisions. Comments will be sent and revisions should be resubmitted when requested. The City will then approve or disapprove the Application.
Right of Way Art - pertains to horizontal art in crosswalks, alleys, and intersections
Signage - examples of signs the City is Interested in owning fall under the following categories Community Name Signs, Industrial Park Signs, Historic Sites Signs, Museum Signs, National Historic Landmark Signs, Historical Marker Signs, Program Recognition Signs (recognizing the Department of Transportation’s role with partnerships in certain programs) , Hospital Signs, General Services Signs, Reference Location Signs, Business District Signs
Tactical Urbanism, Greening and Plazas - may require additional coordination with Miss Utility
Parklets - Manual available upon request