Curtis Bay is home to proud people, organizations and businesses working towards a stable, safe and healthy community for all.
Key organizations for a healthy and stable Curtis Bay
Implementation partner in developing quality permanently affordable housing, Zero Waste Infrastructure, environmental justice initiatives and development without displacement efforts.
Partner in Pennington and Curtis 2-way conversion initiative, main street development and supporting community priorities.
Baltimore Broken Glass
A youth owned zero waste business creating local jobs and diverting glass from landfills and incinerators that pollute Baltimore.
Free Your Voice
A student led group that formed in 2012 and built community power to stop the biggest trash incinerator proposal in US history. The group’s heroic efforts now focus on making Curtis Bay a home for community and worker owned zero waste infrastructure.
Has been fighting for working men and women for 80 years. By joining together, members have strength in numbers so that they have a voice at work about the issues they care about. We support them in the workplace and on the legislative and political fronts to ensure their best interests are represented.
Benjamin Franklin HS
Curtis Bay Rec Center
Curtis Bay Elementary
Baybrook Elementary Middle School
Ecological Design Collective
Co-leads a participatory action research course at Ben Franklin HS with Free Your Voice and SBCLT.
Maryland Department of the Environment
Collaborating to deploy a hyper local air, land and monitoring network in Curtis Bay, increasing enforcement, and supporting implementation of Zero Waste Resource Recovery Park infrastructure.
Bloomberg School of Public Health
University of Maryland