Welcome to Tuscany-Canterbury
A 90-acre treasure within Baltimore City

Our urban neighborhood includes nearby parks and offers a variety of housing options: Tudor style homes; several high-rise apartment buildings, both rental and condo; and charming low-rise apartment buildings. Many residents teach at Loyola University and Johns Hopkins University; others commute to Washington via the MARC train. A great number of retired professionals as well as college and graduate students also live in the community.

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We Offer Our Members:

•   Email alerts related to community activities, traffic, weather and crime
•   Newsletters (3 per year)
•   A website
•   Access to the TCNA listserv, an email message board where you can post notices about items for sale or services
    available, requests for information or repair persons, and so on. Members may click on the Member Center tab
    for instructions.
•   Ongoing communication with Baltimore City departments regarding traffic, parking & police services
•   Maintenance of green spaces including a dedicated effort to create the Stony Run Walking Path in concert with
     the Friends of Stony Run stonyrun.org
•   A positive environment for businesses

All Tuscany-Canterbury residents (both owners and renters), businesses, and institutions are invited to join TCNA.
Our yearly dues for "Family," "Individual," and "Corporate" are quite reasonable.

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ATTENTION CURRENT MEMBERS: Please click on Member Center; then choose Pay My Dues to renew your membership.
If you wish to change your type of membership, please fill out a new membership application, as you will not have access
to renewal forms other than the one for your current type (individual, family, corporate).

Please note that you must use PayPal to make online payments of dues. Direct credit card transactions cannot be accepted.


Come to the next TCNA First Friday Happy Hour

The crowd continues to grow at the monthly TCNA First Friday Happy Hours. This is an easy way to spend some time with members of TCNA and catch up on neighborhood news. The next TCNA First Friday Happy Hour will be held on Friday, November, 7, from 5 to 6:30 pm at Alizee in the Colonnade. Come have a drink and some free appetizers. 

Join us for the Fall TCNA Meeting

Wednesday, November 12th at 7:00 p.m.
Following a short business meeting, our guest speaker will be William Johnson the Director for Baltimore City Department of Transportation. Mr. Johnson will speak on Baltimore's Complete Streets Policy its planning and implementation. The meeting will be held in the Calvert School Auditorium located at 4300 N. Charles Street. Parking is located at the school. Go here for additional information.

What are “Complete Streets”?
Complete Streets are streets for everyone. They are designed and operated to enable safe access for all users. People of all ages and abilities are able to safely move along and across streets in a community, regardless of how they are traveling. Complete Streets make it easy to cross the street, walk to stores, and bicycle to work. To learn more, visit Smart Growth America

What is Baltimore City’s “Complete Streets” Policy?
City Council Resolution 9-0433 (November 2010) directs the Department of Transportation and the Department of Planning  to “plan for, design, and construct all new City transportation improvement projects to provide appropriate accommodations for pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, motorists, and persons of all abilities, while promoting safe operation for all users.” Council Resolution 14-0152R asks the Departments of Transportation and Planning for a status report.

The TCNA Fall Picnic was a great success

TCNA President Tom Forno and past President AJ O'Brien, with help from Board members Gene O'Dunne and Roz Mansouri helped to organize the event. Neighbors brought a dish to share and children enjoyed romping on the Calvert School playing field along Tuscany Road. TCNA extends thanks to Calvert School for providing tables, chairs and trash cans. Special thanks to Corey Cross, Chef at the Hopkins Deli who cooked hamburgers and hotdogs for the crowd. Go here to see a few of our members enjoying the evening.

Read the Fall 2014 Issue of the TCNA Newsletter

Click here to read the latest issue of our newsletter.

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