Central District

Major Kevin Jones

Executive Officer
Captain James Rhoden

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*** This email address is routed to the Central District commanding officers and is not for general inquiries to the Baltimore Police Department.

500 E. Baltimore Street, Baltimore, MD 21202


Community Relations Council Meeting
3rd Tuesday @ 6:30 p.m. - Central District Roll Call Room

Major Kevin Jones
Major Kevin A. Jones
James Rhoden
Captain James Rhoden

The Central District attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year. Among the many attractions in the Central District are the Inner Harbor, Mount Vernon, Lexington Market, Maryland Science Center, National Aquarium, and dozens of fine restaurants. Some of Baltimore's most well-known landmarks are located in the Central District, including the Hippodrome Theatre, Alex Brown Building, Baltimore Convention Center, Washington Monument, and City Hall.

The Central District is also known for its jazz roots, producing famous artists such as Billie Holiday, Cab Calloway, and local performers Ethel Ennis and Rivers Chambers. In the 1950s, Pennsylvania Avenue, more commonly referred to as “The Avenue,” was the heart of Baltimore’s jazz scene. The Royal Theater, Club Tijuana, and The Comedy Club were just a few of the popular jazz venues for both local and nationally known jazz artists.

District Neighborhoods

  • Belvedere
  • Bolton Hill
  • Charles Center
  • Charles North, (formerly known as Charles-North, or Penn-North-Charles)
  • Cathedral Hill
  • Bromo Arts District (formerly known as Westside)
  • Preston Gardens
  • Downtown
  • Druid Heights
  • Heritage Crossing
  • Inner Harbor
  • Lakeview Towers
  • Lexington Terrace
  • Madison Park
  • McCulloh Homes
  • Mount Vernon
  • Power Plant Live! (commercial/tourist development at old Centre Market/Market Place, by East Pratt Street)
  • Reservoir Hill
  • Ridgely's Delight
  • Seton Hill
  • Somerset Homes
  • Station North
  • Upton
  • University of Maryland, Baltimore



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