Welcome to Rodgers Forge

Honored as one of Baltimore County’s Top Neighborhoods and “Best-Kept Secrets” – Baltimore Magazine, 2013

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We are a walkable, close-knit community with small town charm

We have quiet, tree-lined streets but are just minutes away from the city

A vibrant community where residents participate in social events and volunteer opportunities

Neighboorhood

Neighborhood

Rodgers Forge is a unique neighborhood in Baltimore County, Maryland with small town charm close to big-city amenities.

Schools

Schools

Rodgers Forge boasts a top-rated elementary school and middle school in the heart of a walkable neighborhood.

Recent News

Join us for the Rodgers Forge Annual Community Picnic!

SATURDAY, JUNE 13 – 11am to 2pm at the TOT LOT!

Enjoy a day of music, food and fun!

The DJ will be spinning your favorite summer hits!
The Rodgers Forge “Grill Team” will be on hand grilling up Hot Dogs and Hamburgers!
Soft drinks and Bottled Water

Fun and Games for the entire family!

Sack races and Watermelon Eating Contests
Horse Rides and Bounce Houses
Baltimore County Fire Truck
Fun, games, and activities for kids of all ages

 

Please…NO DOGS allowed at this event.  There will be a nominal fee for some activities.

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From The Blog:

Road resurfacing

****Update – Aug 29th The top coat of Register, Murdock, Dunkirk, Overbrook and Hopkins have yet to be completed. The speed bumps on Dumbarton have been completed; however, the crosswalks have yet to be painted. Road crews have not been noticed in the Forge for roughly a week. We have been in contact with Councilman Marks, who has responded that he will work on finding out what the delay is.     *** Update – July 21st evening I contacted the individual in charge of the road resurfacing project, and when asked if there is another layer to be applied to the roads in order to bring them flush with the gutters the answer was – Yes – 1st paving is to level and smooth. They will then adjust the manholes and put a finish layer down.   ** Update – July 21st around noon Dumbarton and Register seem to be done with the first coat. Register still has restricted day parking through Saturday. Dunkirk & Murdock seem to be in various stages of work, and are restricted during the day through Saturday. Sidestreets (Dorking, Pinehurst & Heithfield) have signs. I assume they will be trimming those in the next few days, but don’t know how the resurfacing of Murdock and Register will play into that). Things seem to be going rather smoothly. The workers all seem very respectful and pleasant. No reports of missing cars or an inability to find parking, as most all roads are able to be parked on in the evening and nighttime hours.     *Update – July 17th Dumbarton is 1/2 done. Regester is...

Dumbarton House Christmas Event Fundraiser

    Please come out to Panera Night to help with the Christmas Event at the Dumbarton House. Proceeds from “A Dumbarton Christmas” go towards the house’s restoration as well as needed scholarships. What a great way to cherish the original overseeing house of our area!!! This year’s events will be a sight to be...

Out with the Mugs and Aprons, In with a New RFCA Item

The Roders Forge Community Association is “retiring” the classic white coffee mugs and the red barbeque aprons. In their place, we are now offering a new item for sale, a grocery tote proudly displaying the Rodgers Forge blacksmith logo. In order to make room, we are selling the aprons for $10 a piece (the white coffee mugs have sold out and are no longer available). The aprons are red with the blacksmith logo in white. It has two pockets and the neck strap is adjustable. There are only six aprons left, so get them while they last. They make great gifts for the cook or baker you know in Rodgers Forge!   Our new RFCA item is a navy grocery tote with the blacksmith logo in off-white. The dimensions are 11.5″ x 13″ x 8,” and with its reinforced bottom, the bag can hold up to ten, 16 oz. water bottles — good to carry all of your gear in to the RFCA’s Movies Under the Stars. They also make great holiday gifts to put those homemade goodies in for your child’s teacher(s) at RFES. The price is $5 per grocery tote. If you would like to show neighborhood pride and purchase the aprons and tote bags, simply send a check made payable to “RFCA” for the correct amount, a note of how many item(s) you are purchasing (apron and/or tote), and your name, address and a contact phone number to: RFCA Item, c/o 201 Dumbarton Road, Baltimore, MD 21212. Your item(s) will be delivered to your...

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September 2014