Baltimore Street Revitalization Project

The Baltimore Street Historic Pathway Revitalization Project is a grass roots community initiative to improve the Baltimore Street corridor. 

 

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mission of the project

To improve the economy, create jobs and enhance the quality of life within the Baltimore Street District

vision

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.  

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  

This project was financed in part by a grant from the Community Conservation Partnerships Program, Environmental Stewardship Fund, under the administration of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation. The grant was awarded through the South Mountain Partnership, with management oversight by the Appalachian Trail Conservancy.

e are a partner of the South Mountain Partnership, an alliance of organizations working to preserve and enhance the cultural and natural assets of the South Mountain Landscape in Central Pennsylvania. To learn more about the South Mountain Partnership, please click here.