Feast of Saint Anthony

annually in June

Feast of Saint Gabriel 

August 20-21, 2016


Working together for today's Little Itlay

 Monthly meetings: third Tuesday of month 7 pm in Saint Leo's Church Hall


Matt Daddio, President
PJ O'Neill, Vice President
Sara Lang, Secretary
Nancy Hayden, Treasurer
Gianni Andracchio, Sergeant at Arms

Neighbors at work: PJ, Mimmo, Kay, Matt, Joe, Nancy


LIPOA believes that Little Italy is Baltimore's best neighborhood and proudly celebrates its Italian heritage. Established May 2012, this community organization exists to address issues of those residing in Little Italy and the unique needs of its property owners. LIPOA works to meet today's fast-changing requirements for keeping the neighborhood a treasured place to live, work, and play.

LIPOA???s membership is fully invested in the success of Little Italy. Whether the property owner is a business owner, restaurateur, landlord, church, developer, or resident, each is naturally committed to the continued well-being of The Neighborhood. Since LIPOA represents property tax payers, it receives the attention of government and private parties and solicit positive relationships with Baltimore City and State of Maryland agencies and officials.


LIPOA encourages renters in Little Italy to participate in the organization's various committees and activities. LIPOA honors and respects their choice of neighborhoods and appreciates that they are a part of the fabric of the Little Italy community.

LIPOA's committee chairpersons and members are the ones who get the work done. Zoning, taxes, safety, neighborhood improvement, social bonding, liquor board review, parking and traffic are some of the issues that must be addressed regularly to protect and improve the neighborhood. During meetings, while voting on certain issues may be limited to property owners, all interested parties are invited to attend and share in the work of protecting and improving the beloved Little Italy.


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