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Central Park Heights is a neighborhood in the northwest section of Baltimore, Maryland. Part of Baltimore City County, the neighborhood consists of tree-lined streets, porch-front rowhomes, and freestanding houses with dormers and peaked roofs. It also offers residents with an urban, suburban mix feel.
Central Park Heights has a total population of 6,827 people. About 52% of these people rent their homes. Households in the neighborhood make on average an income of $36,386. The median rent price in the area is $1,020. The median home value is $76,925.
Homes in Central Park Heights are served by the Baltimore City County Public Schools System. Schools zoned to this neighborhood are Edgecombe Circle Elementary School, Pimlico Elementary School, Booker T. Washington Middle School, and George W.F. McMechen High School.
The CC Jackson Recreation Center caters to the residents of Central Park Heights. Located on Park Heights Ave., the center was dedicated to the community on January 15, 1977. It was named after the former district supervisor of the Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks (BCRP), Clarence Channing Jackson Jr. The center is open Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. On Saturdays, it is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. On Sundays, the recreation center is closed. Amenities featured at the CC Jackson Community Center are:
Situated next to the CC Jackson Recreation Center is the CC Jackson Recreation Wing. The park is owned by the BCRP and is open from dawn to dusk. It is larger than a football field and offers recreation opportunities such as an open space, baseball field, outdoor basketball court, playground and outdoor pool. There is also seating available at the wing. Pets are allowed at the CC Jackson Recreation Wing if they are on a leash.
Another park serving the residents in the area, Shirley Avenue Street Park is located in the bottom part of the Central Park Heights neighborhood. Also operated by BCRP it is open from dawn to dusk. The park is between the size of a basketball court and a football field. Pets are allowed at Shirley Avenue Street Park if they are on a leash. It includes general amenities like seating areas and open activity space. The recreational activity offered in the area is rollerskating.
The Sankofa Children's Museum of African Cultures is the first and only children's museum in the U.S. that is truly focused on African history and cultures. In hopes of educating, inspiring and connecting children to the expansive physical and cultural diversity of the African continent, the museum offers school children the following activities:
Located on Pimlico Rd. the Sankofa Children's Museum provides tours on Wednesdays through Sundays. Tickets for the tour and museum admissions can be bought on their website. The museum also hosts occasional Sip 'n Paint nights for adults in the community.
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