Local Advocacy

AIA Baltimore is engaged in many important local advocacy issues relating to the profession and built environment from the city’s proposed zoning code to issues of equity in the profession.

Be a citizen architect by getting involved today! Contact Lauren Hill.

AIA Baltimore and AIA Maryland State and Local Advocacy

Urban Design Committee

  • Baltimore City Zoning Code revision advocacy
  • Water Taxi Shelter Design Competition

Committee on the Environment/Resiliency Committee

  • Complete Streets Baltimore
  • BMORE Resilient Design Competition
  • Social Resiliency and Healthy Building (June 28)

Committee on Architecture for Education

Emerging Professionals Committee

Kids in Design

  • Architecture firms Adopt-a-School Program
  • K-12 architecture education and outreach with STEM curricula and Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts, and Boys & Girls Clubs.

Historic Resources Committee (HRC)

  • State and Federal Historic Tax Credits advocacy
  • Preservation education and outreach events

Women in Architecture/Diversity Committee

Collaboration with allied design and community organizations:

And many more…

Latest News: Advocacy
November 15, 2021 / Advocacy

Event Recap: Downtown Dialogue

March 30, 2020 / Advocacy

Case Study: A Net-Zero Rowhome