GPCA General Meetings
All residents of the GPCA area are invited to attend our monthly meeting. These meetings are held the 2nd Monday (no meeting July or August) 7:00 PM in the Granite Presbyterian Church, Lower Level – 10637 Old Court Road, Granite, MD 21163.
Meeting format is usually: A speaker on a topic of community interest, followed by a refreshment break, then the business meeting including time for topics from attendees.
*** Inclement weather meeting cancellation follows the Baltimore County Public School system. If the schools are closed for the day the meeting is cancelled ***
Next General Meeting:
Monday, March 13th, 7:00 PM – in person
Social Hall, Granite Presbyterian Church
Code Enforcement: How the Standards for Our Community are Maintained and Improved
Speaker: Code Enforcement Officer Dave Kirby – 4th District Lead Inspector Baltimore County PAI
The goal of Code Enforcement is to enforce the Baltimore County Codes and Baltimore County Zoning Regulations for the rightful benefit of each community. The codes and regulations are inclusive and cover many violations. Enforcement results in correction notices, citations and possible fines during this process for various code and zoning violations.
GPCA Board Meetings
GPCA Board of Directors Meetings – are held on the 3rd Monday of every month at 7:00 PM. If you want to meet with the BOD, please contact the President beforehand to get an invitation.
These days are changed sometimes to accommodate major holidays.
NOTE: You must have an email address on record with the GPCA to receive monthly newsletters and meeting notices. If you have given us your email and are not getting the notices please check your SPAM or JUNK folder. It is also a good idea to resend your email address since it may have had a typo when entered.
District 4 Budget Town Hall Meeting
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 29th from 6:30PM – 8:00PM
Location: Randallstown Community Center (3505 Resource Drive, Randallstown, MD 21133) with Councilman Julian Jones and Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski.
This will be a forum for public discussion focused on FY2024 budget priorities and ensure that Community members have the opportunity to provide input into the budget planning process. In addition, this year Baltimore County will offer residents opportunities prior to town hall meetings to engage directly with key Department leaders to learn about available resources and to ask individual questions. These Community Cabinet Open Houses will begin 30 minutes prior to the start of the budget town hall meeting (6:00PM).