Downtown Partnership’s Annual Meeting is chance to celebrate a years worth of accomplishments and progress for Downtown Baltimore, and the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore as an Organization. Our 2021 event is happening on Tuesday, October 19 from 5 PM – 8 PM. The evening will feature remarks from Shelonda Stokes and elected officials, the areas BEST networking, open bar, and light bites from some of our favorite Downtown vendors.Register Now
Our 2021 Annual Meeting celebration is happening on October 19 from 5-8 PM.
Join us in celebrating another year of accomplishments as we shape our vision for the future of Downtown Baltimore. The evening will feature remarks from Shelonda Stokes and elected officials, the areas BEST networking, open bar, and light bites from some of our favorite Downtown vendors.Register Now
Tuesday, October 19
From 5 – 8 PM
One Charles Center Plaza
100 N Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
5 PM – 5:45 PM: Networking, Cocktails and Bites.
5:45 PM – 6:45 PM: Formal Program with Speakers
6:45 PM – 8 PM: Networking, Cocktails and Bites.
Individual – Member: $100.00
Individual – Non-member: $175.00
Block of 10 – Member: $850.00 (15% discount)
Block of 10 – Non-member: ($1,485.00 15% discount)
More details coming soon.
More details coming soon
DPOB’s Annual Meeting celebration marks the release of our Annual Report. Our yearly publication where we get to tell Downtown Partnership’s story, celebrate our year in achievements, and shares our vision for the future of Downtown Baltimore. Our 2021 report will be released on October 13. In the interim, you can explore reports from years past below.
When you think about DPOB, think about all the Downtown Partners, Organizers, and Businesses building a better Baltimore. We are all DPOB.Read it Now
Like Baltimore’s other management districts, DPOB provides services that are over-and-above what public agencies are able to contribute to the public realm.Read it Now
Downtown Baltimore’s evolution continues as new mixed-use towers rise on the skyline and as restaurants, shops, and better placemaking add to the street-level experience. Residential growth brings 24-hour activity to previously quiet neighborhoods.Read it Now