Share Your Budget Priorities with BBMR!

As part of the Fiscal 2021 budget, BBMR is engaging residents in the budget process through hosting budget pop-ups across the City from August through October and compiling results from a survey that asks residents about their budget priorities.

BBMR is hosting a total of seven pop-ups at libraries, with four happening in the next few weeks. Our first three pop-ups were were hosted at the Pennsylvania Avenue, Brooklyn, and Reisterstown Road Branches. Attendees engaged in thoughtful conversations with BBMR analysts and completed a short survey on their budget priorities. Additionally, BBMR attended the 32nd Street Farmers Market and engaged with residents, discussing schools, policing, transportation, and government accountability.

There are four more events scheduled at Enoch Pratt Branches, listed below. Residents unable to attend a pop-up can complete an online survey about their budget priorities at bit.ly/BBMRSurvey_Eng. Surveys in Spanish and French will be made available and announced on our website. The results will inform the Fiscal 2021 budget process. Please take the time to complete the survey and share with your network and community.

Saturday, September 28 at Herring Run Branch from 3:00-5:00pm

3801 Erdman Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21213

 

Monday, October 7 at Southeast Anchor Branch from 6:00-7:30pm

3601 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224

 

Thursday, October 10 at Govans Branch from 6:00-7:30pm

5714 Bellona Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21212

 

Saturday, October 19 at Edmondson Avenue Branch from 10:00am-12:00pm

4330 Edmondson Avenue, Baltimore, Md 21229

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