The Liberty Road Business Association is a 501c3 non-profit organization.  Our Mission is to promote, grow and sustain a diverse and thriving business community that will enrich the quality of life and enhance prosperity in the Liberty Road Corridor and supporting communities.

Association’s History

LRBA has served the business community and residential communities of the Greater Randallstown area for 38 years; throughout that 38 years we’ve also maintained historical relationships with Baltimore County Government.


Our Association structures events that promote economic development and to raise funds.  LRBA also sponsors educational seminars that cover a variety of topics that appeal to a diversity of needs of today’s business owners from; finances, legal, zoning, and grant advertising, we are here to help our members grow. In addition, the association provides business services such as; human resources, business development, marketing and workforce development.

Financial History

In the early 2000’s LRBA was the Financial Managing Agent for two major projects; Randallstown High School Stadium project and Randallstown’s Gateway Park project. Based on our prior experience and Baltimore County Government’s confidence in the Association, we were entrusted to manage and administer funds for both projects. The Liberty Road Business Association was fiduciarily responsible for approximately $1,000,000.00 of project funds.

Again, in 2014 we were tasked with the responsibility of being the Financial Managing Agent ($50k) for Baltimore County’s Gwynn Oak Park’s “Opening the Gates” project, which celebrated 50 years of desegregation.  The Liberty Road Business Association has maintained a great track record in being economically responsible.




Respectfully,

Kelly R. Carter,
Executive Director
Liberty Road Business Association 

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