Westfield, in Northeast Baltimore City, has a suburban heritage visible in its large backyards, old farm buildings and friendly neighbors. We're a walkable neighborhood with tree-lined streets, a lively Harford Road commercial district, affordable homes, good schools, and an overall laid-back charm.
No Royal Farms! Donate to
John Murphy's Legal Campaign
In 2012, Royal Farms proposed to build a highway-sized gas station at the intersection of Harford Road and Glenmore Avenue. The "NoRoFo" Movement was born when residents desiring traffic safety and a walkable community overwhelmingly opposed the gas station's conditional-use zoning. For 10 years Atty John Murphy has represented the neighborhoods of the greater Hamilton area, as this case has gone back and forth through the courts. On September 19, 2023 at 1 pm in City Hall, the BMZA will hear the Royal Farms case again. We hope this will be the final chapter. WNIA is fundraising for Atty Murphy. Please contribute what you can!
WNIA 2022 Holiday Party
Here are some pics from our December holiday party. Teens helped decorate and led holiday karaoke (some older folks joined in with some surprisingly polished in-tune singing!). The bake-off was a blast.
Westfield Neighborhood Improvement Association
Founded in 1977, the Westfield Neighborhood Improvement Association (WNIA) is dedicated to enriching the quality of life for residents in our community. We support community social events, relationships with elected officials, greening initiatives, safety for all, a venue to discuss local zoning and traffic, opportunities for youth, and much more. WNIA supportives the opinions and interests of Westfield residents and businesses.
Our neighborhood association is as strong as those members who make a commitment to joining and taking part. Households can join the WNIA for an annual dues of just $10. To keep up to date, join our WNIA Facebook page ("Westfield Neighborhood Improvement Association").
Spring 2022 Green Fest with Hamilton Elementary / Middle School
Here are some pictures from our May 2022 Spring Festival at Hamilton Elementary / Middle. We had face painting, snowballs, a tree giveaway, info stands, and a plant swap and the Hamilton PTA provided lunch boxes.