Welcome to the website for the Overlea Community, a lovely Northeast Baltimore neighborhood with lots of old fashioned charm, friendly people and a down-to-earth rhythm!
Overlea is a unique community. We’re part city and part county. We have suburbs and storefronts. We’re a mixture of cultures and professions. Our rich history includes several family businesses that have operated here for over 100 years, and houses dating back to the turn of the century. We have families, students, grandmas and businesspeople. And some of the coolest dogs and cats in Baltimore!
We have an active community association that holds meetings several times a year, which are open for everyone to attend. The community association board consists of a small group of neighbors who love our community and give a little extra time to organize activities and advocate for the improvement of our neighborhood. To learn more about our community organization or volunteer opportunities, contact board president Carol Stover at email@example.com.
Come visit Overlea to see why we think “Overlea Rocks!” And connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and NextDoor with the links to the right.
The Overlea Community Association (OCA) presents the 1st Annual Overlea ArtsFest! The event takes place on Saturday, June 4th, 2016 from 10 AM to 6 PM at the Natural History Society exhibition hall and grounds, located at 6908 Belair Road, … Continue reading
Please join us for the 2nd Annual Overlea Community Christmas Tree Lighting, which will be held on Saturday December 12, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Overlea Fullerton Community Center, 7209 Belair Rd. This year we are proud to feature … Continue reading
This Summer at the Natural History Society of Maryland Naturalist Center Enjoy Sunday afternoons of fun, hands-on activities and exploration designed for families exploring Maryland’s nature and for anyone eager to learn more about the nature around them. The programs … Continue reading
Mr. Paul Kristoff was appointed Principal of St. Michael School in August of 2014. Since then, he has already made an impact on the School. In the first few months, he secured a grant from the Marion I. & Henry … Continue reading