2017 Baltimore Street Revitalization Project
The Baltimore Street Project - View the history and progress timeline of the revitalization project
Mission of the Revitalization Project
To improve the economy, create jobs and enhance the quality of life within the Baltimore Street District
When entering the major gateways into Gettysburg, having a visually beautiful and consistent design along the main arteries that showcases the historic and cultural ambiance of the town. Since Baltimore Street is the backbone of the town, it is important that the revitalization of this street draws residents, businesses and visitors to the district.
Master Plan Objective
Engage the Baltimore Street Community to create an Economic Revitalization Master Plan focused on the mission of the Revitalization Project.
Master Plan Strategy
To make the district more pedestrian-friendly with safe lighting, wider sidewalks, safer street crossings, and a focus on Lincoln and Baltimore Street history.
To build upon the success of Steinwehr Avenue and coordinate a consistent look that draws people up and down Baltimore Street and attracts more businesses.
Click here to download a project informational packet.
Baltimore Street Master Plan Overview
Baltimore Street Master Plan - 8/29/17 Borough Council Presentation
Baltimore Street Master Plan Phase I - Framework for District Needs & Wants
Baltimore Street Master Plan Phase II - Research, Cost Assessment, Impact & Priority
COMMUNITY GOALS & OBJECTIVES
Capture & showcase the history, stories, beauty, culture, arts and authenticity of the Baltimore Street District
Creatively blend the nationally recognized history with 21st century amenities
Balance and incorporate the "green" approach with technology, artistic creativity and historic authenticity
Topics of Discussion
Utilities & Infrastructure
Marketing, Branding, Events & Promotion
ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE - click here to view the organizational chart
I. Baltimore Street Executive Committee - BSEC
II. Baltimore Street Community and Stakeholder Committee
III. Baltimore Street Steering Committee