Complete Streets is heading to Third Reader! If the City Council votes to approve the Complete Streets bill on Third Reader, it will become officially approved by the City Council and head to Mayor Pugh's desk for her signature.
Complete Streets are an essential part of creating a Baltimore that is healthy, safe and provides access to opportunity for all. But Baltimore continued to fall behind cities all across America in designing streets that prioritized the safety of people over the speed of cars.
Rather than pin our hopes on a single elected or appointed leader — we took action. On October 29th, we get to celebrate the results of two years of direct lobbying, drafting legislation, educating the public, and building a coalition. None of which would have been possible without your support.
Join us in both celebrating and seeing this through the finish line!
5:00PM: City Council Chambers, Baltimore City Hall, 100 Holliday St
Join us in Council Chambers to celebrate this milestone with the Complete Streets Coalition. The Council meeting begins at 5:00, but show up early to get in the building and hopefully get a seat. ID required to enter the building.
7:30PM: Celebration at Penn and Quill, 1701 N Charles St
Then join us at Penn and Quill to celebrate this huge accomplishment!