The idea to have a community center built originated in 2003 from community meetings that began with the Urban Design Assistance Team (UDAT). During the UDAT process, the Baltimore County Office of Community Conservation sponsored a public meeting to gather input on the proposed community center, and Councilman Ken Oliver established a standing committee to explore various programming and building options.
“Throughout the process, there was incredible community and government collaboration on many levels. State and federal participation were essential. And finally today, after six years of hard work, we celebrate all that investment and collaboration – this state of the art Community Center – designed, built, and programmed as the people of Randallstown envisioned,” said Oliver.