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Overlea Community President’s Message
Summer is finally here! That can only mean one thing, The Overlea Farmer’s Market is returning to Overlea. Starting June 4th from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m, the party can be found in the parking lot of
Overlea ArtsFest at Holt Park
Join us in August as Overlea ArtsFest 2022 comes back to Holt Park & Center for the Arts, with a fabulous full weekend of entertainment and activities.
Friendly Summertime Reminders
As lawn mowing season is here, please be reminded that it is illegal to blow grass clippings into the street. The debris and fertilizers are pollutants to the Chesapeake Bay.
Many Thanks to Councilwoman Bevins
Thank you Councilwoman Bevins for your unending dedicated commitment to our neighborhood. It is with sincere thanks and gratitude that we acknowledge your hard work with local funding initiatives that will continue to put Overlea on the map.
Jean was raised on Fuller Avenue and lived there until she was 26. Paul and Jean married in 1966- 55 years now.
Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan Commitment to Overlea Continues!
This summer will mark the 9th year of generous financial support from Rosedale Federal Savings and Loan to fill our 14 beautiful Belair Road flower pots with lovely seasonal flowers!
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The OCA is very grateful to all of our sponsors. We could not do it without their support. Here are just a few of our top supporters:
The History of Overlea
The community of Overlea, which means “over the meadows,” started in the late 1800’s. Numerous parcels of high-lying farmland were eventually subdivided into homesites. The Belair Road carline, which originally ended at Kenwood Avenue, made this area very attractive to potential buyers that wanted a country setting with access to city amenities The majority of streets are named after trees.Learn More