Baltimore Waterfront Promenade Records
Place requests at folder level.
Scope and Contents
The collection documents the planning and implementation of the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade between 1989 and 2010 by multiple local stakeholders, including nonprofits, neighborhood groups, and municipal planners. The types of records include vision statements, implementation strategies, fact sheets, mailers, meeting agendas and minutes, event files, news clippings, and correspondence.
- 1989 - 2012
- Boitnott, Carolyn (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
To the extent that they own copyright, the donor has assigned the copyright of this collection to the University Foundation. However, copyright in some items in this collection may be held by their respective creators.
The Waterfront Promenade in Baltimore, Maryland is a public pathway for pedestrians and cyclists that connects 66 development sites and public spaces along the city's formerly industrial waterfront. Privately owned parcels adjacent to the Promenade require easements for public access. As of November 2022, the Promenande's five-mile pathway stretched from Canton Crossing to the east, around the Inner Harbor, all the way to Tidepoint on the South Baltimore peninsula. While many portions of the Promenande are complete and accessible to the public, at least 10 segments are either temporary or incomplete.
[Information for this historical note was gathered from the City of Baltimore's Department of Planning website, accessed online 9/11/2023.]
1.00 Linear feet (1 container)
Language of Materials
The collection is arranged as a folder inventory.
The collection was donated to the University of Baltimore Foundation by Carolyn Boitnott on September 7, 2023.
The collection was processed by Thomas Dettling in September 2023.
- Finding aid for the Baltimore Waterfront Promenade Records
- Finding aid created by Aiden Faust and updated by Thomas Dettling (2023).
- September 2023
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description
- Script of description
- Language of description note