This organization is dedicated to improving the neighborhood of Mount
Washington in Baltimore City, Maryland. It is supported by hundreds of members
and governed in a democratic representative manner.
Since its start in 1885, MWIA has a long history of managing new issues and challenges to benefit the overall community and to preserve the character of the neighborhood.
Mount Washington Improvement Association is governed by a board of directors consisting of:
18 at large directors selected for three year terms (each year, six at large
director positions come up for election)
3 honorary directors who are the three immediate past presidents of the
Association; an area director (two year term); and area captains elected for
one year terms.
In late winter/early spring, a nominating committee consisting of board
members and members of the community nominate a slate of board members. That
slate is voted upon at the Annual Member Meeting in June.
From among the board members, the new board then elects officers who serve
for one year. The structure and governance of MWIA are described in the
Board meetings are normally held at 7:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of
each month (except in July and August). Ordinarily, every other Board
meeting is open to the public and held in a location that will
accommodate a larger audience. The Annual Member Meeting is held on the
second Tuesday in June. See our calendar
If you wish to attend a closed meeting, please contact the President with your request.
Membership in Mount Washington Improvement Association is open to residents of Mount Washington, and the annual dues are $40. All MWIA members in good standing (i.e., who have paid their dues in full for the current year) are entitled to vote at the Annual Member Meeting in June. If you would like to join MWIA, please visit our membership page, or email the membership coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The work of MWIA is largely done by committees. Non-board members can serve on
most committees. Browse our list of current committees and
please contact the committee chair directly if you would like to help.