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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!
Reasons to Compost Food Waste
Did you know that composting not only reduces waste going to a landfill but also upcycles those materials into a beneficial product to use in your own yard?
Holt Park & Center for the Arts - Summer Programs
Nestled in the heart of the Overlea Fullerton Community is the Holt Center summer activities for children and adults http://www.overleafrc.com/programs/holtpark
The Overlea Community Association does not support this 7-11 or the developer's requests for zoning variances. We have serious concerns about the safety and traffic impacts
7-11 Call To Action
CALL TO ACTION: URGENT Community Input needed! 7-11 Plan for Fullerton Ave. & Belair Rd.
Fullerton Fireworks Are Back for 2022!
Join us once again as the Fullerton Fireworks display is back! Click for more details!
Black Lives Matter
The Overlea Community Association stands with the Black community in Baltimore and nationwide. We stand against police brutality.
Environmental Human Rights Amendment
Current and former leaders from our State are drawing attention to a bill before the General Assembly to create a State constitutional amendment to protect the right to a healthful environment in Maryland
Congratulations Tom Brocht
Long time Overlea resident Tom Brocht, an avid walker and bicyclist, has accepted the appointment by Councilwoman Cathy Bevins.
The Maryland School for the Blind (MSB)
Over the years, the OCA has established valuable ties to this historical institution. Overlea is fortunate to have this world-renowned school in our community.