Southern District

Major Monique Brown

Executive Officer
Captain Joe H. Jones, Jr

[email protected]

10 Cherry Hill Road, Baltimore, MD 21225


Community Relations Council Meeting
3rd Thursday @ 7 p.m. - Southern District Roll Call Room

Major Monique Brown
Capt Joe Jones
Captain Joe H. Jones, Jr

The Southern District is known for its rich history. It is home to Fort McHenry, where the Battle of Baltimore was fought during the War of 1812 and Francis Scott Key wrote the Star Spangled Banner in 1814. It is also home to Federal Hill, where Union soldiers erected a small fort to protect Baltimore from the Confederacy during the Civil War.

Also located in the Southern District is M&T Bank Stadium – roost of the two-time Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens – and Camden Yards, nest of the three-time World Series Champion Baltimore Orioles. The birthplace of Babe Ruth is also located in the nearby neighborhood of Ridgely’s Delight.

The district borders Anne Arundel County and Baltimore County, as well as the Southwestern, Western, and Central Districts and the Inner Harbor and Patapsco River. In addition to Federal Hill, some of its most well-known neighborhoods include Cherry Hill, Brooklyn, Pigtown, Carroll Park, and Locust Point.

District Neighborhoods

  • Arundel Cove, (defunct - west of Hawkins Point, by the United States Coast Guard Yard at Curtis Bay)
  • Brooklyn
  • Brooklyn Homes
  • Cherry Hill
  • Curtis Bay
  • Fairfield, (mostly vacant, composed of old Fairfield and Fairfield Homes [razed])
  • Federal Hill
  • Harborview, (Harborview Tower - [apts.-condos], off Key Highway)
  • Hawkins Point
  • Lakeland
  • Locust Point
  • Otterbein
  • Shoreline
  • South Baltimore, (old South Baltimore, north of Hanover Street Bridge, [1917])
  • Wagner's Point, (also known as East Brooklyn - razed 1990's)
  • Westport



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