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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 government.

History of the Greater Jacksonville Association

Founded in 1977, the Greater Jacksonville Association, Inc. (“GJA”) is a non-profit community association that currently has a membership of families who live or work within a five mile radius of the Jacksonville/Four Corners area of North Baltimore County, Maryland. Refer to the Current Issues page for the general membership schedule to be updated on issues important to the community and to hear speakers of interest. The Association dues are currently $25.00 every two years for each family, and a membership application is attached.

Greater Jacksonville Association Town Hall Meetings

Held at
Fairview Methodist Church Conference Room
13916 Jarrettsville Pike
(Rear Building)

Everyone Welcome!

BCPS and Baltimore County Release Updated Recommendations for Long Term School Construction

Councilman Kach responded to the plan with a letter to constituents.

"While in the current FY2022 budget, Baltimore County is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars for a required feasibility study which could potentially unlock state funding for new Dulaney and Towson High Schools, I am extremely disappointed that the MYIPAS recommendations so far appear to have predetermined the outcome in favor of renovation and addition for these schools."