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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Special TCNA

Neighborhood Association Meeting

Topic:  THE WOODS (200 & 300 blocks Tuscany Road)

Calvert School is interested in purchasing the Woods property.   

We will share the information that we have about their plans

and would like your input and thoughts about this purchase.

Tuesday, February 27, @ 7:00 PM

Broadview: 105 W 39th Street

 Go in the main entrance and take elevator to the 2nd floor. 

  Turn right and meeting is in the Club Room.

Anne Perkins and Linda Eberhart


e-mail: [email protected]

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Snow total area 39 primary  MAP here


Fall 2017/2018 Newsletters

Click here to read the September 2018 issue of our newsletter (PDF file).
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 Click here to read the December 2017 issue of our newsletter (PDF file).

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THE WOODS (200 & 300 blocks Tuscany Road)



Thursday, December 21st, 3 PM

417 E Fayette Street 8th Floor

Bring Picture ID

Attendance at the hearing is important!!   Click Here


  • Show your concern about the future development of the 2.8 acres of the woods on Tuscany Road.
Hearing is for the request to divide 33 Warrenton Road into two parcels.


  • Your emails made the difference in getting a hearing!  You don't need to testify but your attendance is important.


  • Come and show that we care about what happens to the future of the woods.


  • Let us know if you are planning to attend. 
Bring a carload of people with you or encourage your friends and neighbors to attend. if you have any questions.



Fall Neighborhood Meeting


November 8th, at 7:00

Calvert Middle School


Subdivision Request for The Woods

200 & 300 Blocks of Tuscany Road 

Delegate Maggie McIntosh

The Kirwan Commission and Proposals

for Better Schools for Maryland Students

 Crime and Safety Updates


Join Tuscany-Canterbury Neighborhood Association and your neighbors

First Friday Celebration

December 1st, 5:30 pm until 7 pm


Come meet your neighbors, have a drink and enjoy free appetizers.

4 West University Parkway



The Stony Run History Story click here




See Photos under the "Events" tab

On Saturday, the community and officials celebrated the opening of two new pedestrian bridges that cross Stony Run along Linkwood Road. First a little history:

When the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad, affectionately known as The Ma & Pa, went out of business in the 1950s, residents living in communities along the abandoned railroad right of way gradually created a walking path from Remington and Stone Hill to Northern Parkway. Most of the pathway was on City parkland, but in numerous places the informal path either crossed stretches of private property and busy public streets or the stream in a manner that was hazardous for all and impossible for some. With a continuous path as the goal, neighborhood volunteers spearheaded by Tuscany-Canterbury embarked on what became a decade long quest. In 2010, neighborhoods along the stream agreed to an alignment for the path and formed an advocacy group, Friends of Stony Run. Working with Delegates Maggie McIntosh and Sandy Rosenberg, the group secured Program Open Space funds from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. Partnering with the City Department of Parks and Recreation, Friends of Stony Run negotiated the purchase of several small parcels of private land, worked out an agreement with the Bolton Hill Synagogue and planned crosswalks over several streets. Construction of the two pedestrian bridges over the stream along Linkwood Road has been the major achievement for creating a continuous walking path. Work on the Stony Run Walking Path has stimulated activities all along the stream corridor. Two years ago, the Roland Park Community Foundation commissioned a strategic plan to establish strategies and goals for maintenance, preservation, and enhancement of the parkland associated with the stream corridor in several neighborhoods abutting the northern part of the stream. This plan will inform the future of the Stony Run and it’s as associated parklands for many years to come.

Tuscany-Canterbury Annual Picnic   

The annual Fall picnic was on October 7th from 12- 3pm at the Stony Run Park at Linkwood & Overhill.

After the Ribbon Cutting, TCNA neighbors joined our picnic. We had great food, scavenger hunt and lots of games for all ages and for children with prizes.

THANK YOU to the Hopkins Deli, Sam’s Canterbury Cafe, and Alonso’s for their donations for the Bridge Ribbon Cutting and the picnic.


on November 8, 7:00 pm at Calvert Middle School click here

TCNA board of Directors meetings

1st Wednesday of every month

Parking Permit Renewal

Area 21 permits expire on June 30, 2018. For renewal information and links, go to TCNA's Parking Permits page.


All Tuscany-Canterbury residents (both owners and renters), businesses, and institutions are invited to join TCNA. Annual membership types are Individual, Family, and Corporate. Click here to join TCNA now.

Renew Your Membership: Two Options

Payment by Check: Please mail your check to: TCNA, P.O. Box 26223, Baltimore, MD 21210.

Online Renewal: Go to the Member Center, log in, then choose Pay My Dues to renew your membership. Please note that online payment can only be made with PayPal; direct credit card transactions cannot be accepted. 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).

If you have questions or concerns, please contact the president of TCNA, Linda Eberhart:  linda[email protected]

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