Locally known as Pigtown, Washington Village
combines history with strong civic pride to create a friendly neighborhood less than 10 minutes from downtown Baltimore.
Washington Village's proximity to I-95 and the Baltimore–Washington Parkway gives easy access to both Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Washington Village's main street, Washington Boulevard, consists of several blocks of locally-owned restaurants and shops. Many cozy homes for rent fill the narrow streets surrounding the business district, putting dwellers in easy walking distance. Locals congregate here to participate in annual events designed to bring the community together. Snack on food and watch the pigs race during the Pigtown Festival in October. Admire the decorations during the Holidays on the Boulevard event in December.
On the western edge of Washington Village lies Carroll Park,
Baltimore's third oldest park. Spend the day here biking the Gwynns Falls
Trail or enjoying a round of golf at Carroll Park Golf Course.