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New Council DistrictsBaltimore is a city of great neighborhoods with unique characteristics. One of the nation’s oldest cities, Baltimore has 72 historic districts including over 57,000 monuments, statues and other structures.

In the late 1700’s, Baltimore quickly grew to become the third largest city in America. Throughout the mid-20th century, Baltimore remained among America’s ten largest cities.

From urban row homes with water-view roof decks to Victorian porch fronts on tree-lined streets, Baltimore is nicknamed the “City of Neighborhoods.” All are unique and unlike any other city in America.

As you navigate through this site, be sure to take advantage of the resources of the Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods & Constituent Services as well as gather information about the historic regions of our City through the Baltimore City Heritage Area. This site is your community resource. We invite you to utilize the wealth of information at your fingertips to learn more about the neighborhoods and special features about life in the city of Baltimore.

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June 21, 2009

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