Roland Park Place is committed to giving Residents a voice in decisions about and for the safety and welfare of its Residents. The Roland Park Place Residents’ Association serves as a vital conduit of communications between Residents and the Administration.
All Residents automatically become a member of the Residents’ Association when they move to Roland Park Place. Participation by everyone is highly encouraged and valued.
Regular monthly meetings provide a forum for sharing news and information as well as matters of community interest. Issues of concern to the Resident community are relayed to the Administration through the Council structure.
The Residents’ Association Council provides leadership for the Association and is composed of elected officers and a Resident representative from each floor including the Greenway Cottages. The Chair of the Residents’ Association serves as the liaison between the Residents’ Association and the President of Roland Park Place.
Residential Care and Health Care Center Residents also hold regular meetings where news and other issues are discussed with members of senior management.
Several committees exist within the Residents’ Association to spearhead and manage miscellaneous activities and projects that contribute to the life of the Roland Park Place community such as:
The Employee Holiday Fund Committee Responsible for managing monetary contributions from Residents to Roland Park Place employees during the holiday season
Hospitality Committee Welcomes new Residents to Roland Park Place via personal introductions, a welcome packet, and planned meet-and-greet events with neighbors
Programs and Events Committee Recommends social and other activities of Resident interest
Dining Services Committee Counsels the Roland Park Place Dining Services Department on menu planning and provides feedback from Residents
Grounds Committee Advises and assists with the planning of the Roland Park Place campus landscaping
ART Committee Comprised of retired professionals from the fields of museum curation, art history, interior design, fine art, and art education, the ART Committee recommends original art and its placement throughout the common areas of Roland Park Place.