History of the Greater Jacksonville Association
Founded in 1977, the Greater Jacksonville Association, Inc.
(“GJA”) is a non-profit community association that presently
has a membership of over 650 families who live or work within
a five mile radius of the Jacksonville/Four Corners area of
North Baltimore County, Maryland. Members meet on the third
Tuesday of each month to be updated on issues important to the
community and to hear speakers of interest. The Association
dues are currently $12.00 per year for each family, and a
membership application is attached.
The mission of the greater Jacksonville Association, Inc. is
to maintain and improve the community in which we live. In
order to improve the community, we must respond appropriately
to issues that affect the Jacksonville area. GJA acts as a
conduit to deliver useful information to its members, solicit
input on topics of concern, and transmit these concerns to local
Next General Membership Meeting
Postponed to March 27 at Fairview United Methodist Church Conference Room
starting at 7:30 p.m.
Guest speakers/agenda. 1. Yara Cheikh, Friends of Dulaney High School.
2. Councilman Wade Kach representative. 3. Area Roads and Traffic Issues.
4. Animal Shelter Issues. 5. BGE/Columbia Pipeline Station.
6. Commercial sites at Four Corners.