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Mid-Govans, Baltimore

Homes in Govans, just off York Road
The Senator Theater

Mid-Govans is a community in northeast Baltimore, Maryland and part of the development of York Road, a historic Baltimore route to Pennsylvania.

Points of interest

Govans includes several historically and culturally significant places of interest including: DeWees Park, Chinquapin Park, the Senator Theater, Epiphany House, Gallagher Mansion, McCabe Mansion, Homeland and Belvedere Square Shopping Centers, City Garden plots on Woodbourne Avenue, Loyola University Maryland, College of Notre Dame of Maryland and the DeWees PAL Center.[1]


According to the 2000 US Census, 2,375 people live in Mid-Govans with 80.4% African-American and 16.4% White. The median family income is $40,948. 93% of the houses are occupied and 75.7% of those are occupied by the home's owner.[2]


Mid-Govans has four public elementary schools: Govans, Yorkwood, Leith Walk, and Guilford elementary schools. The area is served by the Chinquapin Middle School. High school students generally attend in Mervo, City, DuBois or Lewis highschools.

See also


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External links

  • North District Maps
  • Belvedere Veterinary Center
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