Frankford Improvement Association, Inc.

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Frankford Improvement Association, Inc. is a non-profit community organization that represents more than 26,000 residents. FIA(Frankford Improvement Association) begins at the east side of Belair Rd at the Herring Run Streams, extends north on the east side of BelAir Rd to White Ave.east. to Hazelwood Ave to the Baltimore County line, to Pulaski Hwy southeast to the Herring Run Stream then back up the Herring Run Stream along side Parkside drive to BelAir Rd. FIA communities are Gardenville, Cedonia, Hazelwood, Frankford, Furley, Moravia, Parkside,Frankford Estates, Hollander 95, Bowleys Lane with Herring Run, Moore's Run and Biddison Run as water and Park areas. Frankford Improvement Association Inc. has been established with the current boundaries since May 21, 1959.

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FIA Citizens On Patrol in Northeast Baltimore...

Recently the citizens and members of Frankford Improvement Association, Inc in concert with The International Rescue Committee of Eastern Ave and NECOP has formed a Citizens On Patrol section to... more
Started: November 16th 2011Replies: 0

FIA REC's and Schools in 21206

Frankford Improvement Association, Inc fully support our recreational and parks. Currently our recreational centers are affix to the following schools.  Vanguard Collegiate Charter School and the... more
Started: November 16th 2011Replies: 0

Littering

As we all know - the city does not maintain the overall upkeep of our neighborhood. It is our responsibility as property owners to remove any debris and trash blown or dumped on our property - this... more
Started: April 29th 2005Replies: 2

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