Reisterstown Community Visioning Workshop
Thank you for your ideas and input about Reisterstown’s Main Street!
On December 1, 2008, the Baltimore County Council adopted Resolution 103-08 (PDF), asking for a revitalization plan for the Main Street commercial corridor of Reisterstown. The resolution asks that the Department of Economic Development and the Department of Planning spearhead a plan in consultation with the various stakeholders in the community (business people, property owners, citizens and other parties interested in the viability of Main Street).
Since 2009, the two agencies have been meeting with property owners and business owners to gather information about the Main Street corridor.
Since that time, the Reisterstown Improvement Association has been formed with representatives from community groups, property owners, and Main Street business owners for the purpose of leading the community in the creation of this plan. They have conducted a number of meetings.
A Community Visioning Workshop was held in June 2010 to provide the Community Design Team with an opportunity to begin gathering information and input from residents, property owners, business owners and all other interested parties.
Check the links below to view the Friday morning presentations, as well as the closing presentation from Saturday morning. You may also view the scored Visual Preference Survey which was conducted during the workshop. The Visual Preference Survey was one of three specific input exercises conducted with attendees on Friday and Saturday.
- SHA Part 1 Presentation (PDF)
- Historic Reisterstown Presentation (PDF)
- Reisterstown Revitalization District Presentation (PDF)
- Pikesville Presentation (PDF)
- Scored Visual Preference Survey (PDF)
- Closing Presentation (PDF)
Revised September 24, 2013