Sudbrook Park, Inc. enjoys the distinction of being one of the county's oldest and most active community associations. Since its inception in 1908, SPI has been instrumental in preserving the beauty, history, and cohesiveness of the neighborhood. The association's civic activism has protected the community from such potentially devastating projects as the six-lane Northwest Expressway and Baltimore Metro line. The annual traditions that residents have cherished for decades-Halloween and July 4th Parades, Holiday Tree Lighting, Flower and Bake Sale, and Arts in the Park reflect the dedication and energy of association members. Membership dues support not only these time-honored traditions, but also help underwrite numerous Sudbrook beautification projects: tree plantings, triangle restoration, as well as maintenance.
You are invited to become a member of the Sudbrook Park community association. It's easy; use our convenient PayPal link below or download the Membership Form, fill in the requested information, and send the completed form with your dues check to the address indicated.
Click here to see if your dues are paid for the current year.
If you are new to the community or would like to get involved, consider volunteering on a committee or for an event. It's a great way to get to know your neighbors and can be lots of fun! For students, we offer excellent opportunities to fulfill community service hours. New ideas are always welcome. Listed below are a few volunteer opportunities.
- Flower & Bake Sale
- Holiday Tree Lighting
- Halloween/July 4th Parades
- Holiday Tree Collection
- Dumpster Day
- Neighborhood Spruce-up Day
- Welcome Committee
- Newsletter/Flyer Distribution
- Triangle Maintenance
The Sudbrook Park Board of Directors provides oversight and guidance on community policies, objectives, sponsored events, and budgetary matters.The Board meets the third Thursday of every month. Residents are encouraged to attend these monthly meetings.
Immediate Past President
At-large Board Members
Bridge, Roads & Traffic