Auchentoroly Terrace / Mondawmin is a diverse, safe and healthy community along the west side of Druid Hill Park in Greater Mondawmin. The walkable neighborhood offers convenient access elementary school to college education, the Metro Subway and numerous city buses, and robust shopping at Mondawmin Mall. Three active neighborhood associations strengthen community and continuously work on improvements. The New Auchentoroly Terrace Association includes the blocks highlighted in red. Residents enjoy the many amenities of Druid Hill Park, including the Rawlings Conservatory and the Maryland Zoo.

Mission Statement

The mission of the New Auchentoroly Terrace Association (ATA) is to create and maintain a clean, safe and healthy community for all residents by actively working together to address and solve community problems, so that residents take pride in the Auchentoroly Terrace community.

ATA is one of West Baltimore City’s most successful community associations with over a hundred committed members. ATA is bounded by Liberty Heights Avenue on the north, Fulton Avenue on the south, Auchentoroly Terrace on the east and Parkwood Avenue on the west.

The New Auchentoroly Terrace Association, Inc. (ATA) is fiscally sponsored by the Greater Mondawmin Coordinating Council, a non-profit neighborhood umbrella organization.

Our Team

ATA Officers & Organizers:

#1 Ambassador and President-Emeritus:
Ms. Barbara Anderson-Dandy
President: Graham Coreil-Allen
Vice President: Cheryl Solomon Bailey
Recording Secretary: Yolanda Grooms
Corresponding Secretary: Al Chenault
Treasurer: Donna Cypress
Financial Secretary: Bernadette Tanzymore
Parliamentarian: Brittany King
Chaplains: Olivia Moyd Hazell, Deacon Tally Murray
Green Space Coordinator: John Kwamya

ATA Block Captains:

Auchentoroly Terrace
2700 Block – Bernadette Tanzymore
2800 Block – Angela Cobb
2900 Block – Sandra Wallace
3000 Block – Brittany King
3100 Block – Donna Cypress
3200 Block – Eugene Dandy
3300 Block – Youth Patrol
3400 Block– Linwood Smith

Adjacent Blocks
2300 Bryant Avenue – Stephon Newton
2300 Whittier Avenue –Youth Patrol
2300 Orem Avenue – Minnie Brown
2700 Parkwood Avenue – Meg Berkobien
2800 Parkwood Avenue – Candace McCollin
2900 Parkwood Avenue – Darlene Dorsey
2300 Avalon Avenue – Sonarda Glenn
2300 Ruskin Avenue – Yolonda Jenkins
2300 Edgemont Avenue – Patricia Herrington


Architectural Review Committee
Donna Cypress, Chair
Barbara Anderson Dandy
Cheryl Bailey Solomon
Susanna Hindman
Dale Terrill
Dwight Harris

Land Use Committee
Michael Grooms, Chair
Graham Coreil-Allen


Click here to view the ATA By-Laws.

Quarterly Meetings

Unless otherwise announced, ATA meets quarterly in-person and streams online on the second Thursday of March, June, September, and December
Location: Parks & People Historic Stone House Community Space
2100 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217
TIME: 6-8pm

Email auchentorolyterraceassociation@gmail.com to receive the agenda and other information before each meeting.

As-Needed Meetings

ATA committees and members also meet on an as-needed basis to support ongoing initiatives and address urgent matters. For urgent issues, ATA members may propose a meeting by emailing auchentorolyterraceassociation@gmail.com with the date, time, and location for the association to help publicize.

Our Work

ATA’s is focused on promoting a crime free environment to ensure the safety of all residents. We continue to partner with the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood, City and State Elected Officials, the Western District Police Department, and the State’s Attorney’s Office to enhance public safety and promote public health.

ATA also promotes green space access and transportation equity by actively working with Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Park and Department of Transportation on equitable Druid Hill Park access and programming, traffic calming, and pedestrian safety initiatives.

Historic Designation

Over the years ATA has sought historic district designations as a means of protecting the community’s buildings and structures and to ensure and preserve the aesthetic integrity of the community’s unique heritage. On October 26, 2004 the City of Baltimore designated all nine block of Auchentoroly Terrace as a Historic District. In 2015 the entire neighborhood was added to the National Register of Historic Places as the Auchentoroly Terrace Historic District.

ATA Brochure

Click here to download the ATA brochure.

Focus Areas

  • Promoting community safety
  • Development of community pride
  • Improving public services
  • Advocating for transportation equity
  • Supporting green space access
  • Initiating youth activities
  • Maintaining a clean community
  • Resolving community concerns
  • Supporting services for seniors
  • Publishing literature to keep members informed

Special Initiatives

  • Community Cleanups / Community Service Program
  • Care-A-Lot Program paying local residents to help maintain our community green spaces
  • Beautification projects like street banners, signs, and public art
  • Operation Crime Watch Program
  • Coordinating 311 requests to combat illegal dumping and other issues
  • Western District Police community engagement