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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Adelphi Road – UMGC/UMD West Purple Line Station Area Sector PlanThe Adelphi Road – UMGC/UMD West Purple Line Station Area Sector Plan will be the guiding document for future development surrounding the Adelphi Rd - University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC)/University of Maryland (UMD) Purple Line Station and the surrounding neighborhoods, for the next 25 years. The Sector Plan will advance the goals of the Prince George’s County General Plan - Plan 2035, and will build upon the recommendations provided in the Purple Line Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Study that was conducted by the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission in 2013. This plan will incorporate and build upon the ongoing campus planning efforts of UMGC and UMD. The document will replace the 1989 Approved Master Plan for Langley Park-College Park-Greenbelt and Vicinity, the 2004 Approved Sector Plan for the Prince George’s County Gateway Arts District, and the 1994 Approved Master Plan for Planning Area 68 within the Sector Plan area. The Plan will examine the existing conditions and issues, and assets and opportunities, and identify strategies to implement the County’s goal of maximizing the massive public investment in transit infrastructure through targeted transit-oriented development and accessibility improvements in the Sector Plan area through an inclusive public engagement process. Properties are proposed to be reclassified into the new zoning categories contained within the County‘s adopted 2018 Zoning Ordinance through the ongoing Countywide Map Amendment. For more information contact: ARSP@ppd.mncppc.org
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Business Improvement DistrictThe purpose of the Business District Improvement Toolkit is to provide municipalities, transit districts, or other entities a road map and step by step guide that could be used to organize, implement and finance a BID that promotes targeted commercial improvements and investment as well as neighborhood vitality. The deliverable is a toolkit and guidebook that will develop opportunities for the user to implement a mechanism to assist in promoting economic development in and around our transit district and business/commercial corridors.
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Central Avenue-Blue/Silver Line Sector PlanThe Central Avenue-Blue/Silver Line Sector Plan will be a guiding document developed through a multi-year process of public engagement to address future development in the communities in and around the Capitol Heights, Addison Road-Seat Pleasant, and Morgan Boulevard Metro Stations, areas designated as Local Transit Centers in Plan Prince George’s 2035 (Plan 2035). This plan will also focus on FedExField and the Central Avenue corridor.
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Countywide MPOT Plan 2035 ImplementationThe Prince George’s County Planning Department has initiated a multi-year effort to develop a new and updated Master Plan of Transportation (MPOT). The Countywide Master Plan of Transportation - Plan 2035 Implementation (MPOT 2035), a countywide functional master plan for guiding transportation infrastructure and network development, will update and replace the 2009 MPOT as well as the transportation facility recommendations from the active area and sector master plans. The MPOT 2035 will also implement conformance with the approved general plan, Plan Prince George’s 2035 (Plan 2035).
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Flooding and Stormwater Hazard Mitigation Analysis for Brentwood and North BrentwoodLocated within the Anacostia Watershed along the Northwest Branch of the Anacostia River, approximately 164 acres or 66 percent of improved properties in the Town of Brentwood, and 70 acres or virtually 100 percent of those in the Town of North Brentwood are located in a FEMA-designated flood zone which does not account for climate change events. Although some work has been undertaken to identify which properties are prone to flooding and what causes it, and to mitigate it through infrastructure improvements, the towns lack a comprehensive understanding of current conditions and future predictions. Residents regularly experience flooding with extreme rain events, sometimes creating or exacerbating financial hardships and health problems.
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Planning Assistance to Municipalities and Communities - PAMCThe Planning Assistance to Municipalities and Communities (PAMC) program, administered through the Prince George's County Planning Department, offers planning, design, technical and, in select cases, financial assistance for planning-related projects in response to specific requests from local municipalities and community organizations. Planning staff may be assigned to work on PAMC projects if the skill set for the requested project and capacity exists within the Planning Department. Financial assistance for consultant services may be requested for PAMC projects that meet the application guidelines. These funds are awarded based on the PAMC budget; the per-project maximum, and the available funds in each PAMC application cycle. The County Council sets the total amount of financial assistance available for to the PAMC program each fiscal year through its annual budget process. Municipalities and communities in Prince George's County that are interested in pursuing initiatives that assist with redevelopment, revitalization or implementation of comprehensive plan recommendations are welcome to apply.
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Primary Healthcare Strategic Plan
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Purple Line Transit-Oriented Development (TOD)
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Subtitle 25 Update: Trees and Vegetation.Current changes mandated by HB 723/ HB 526 are reasons for update.
You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Sustainable BrentwoodSustainable Brentwood will be a climate action plan that adapts and uses, as necessary and appropriate, the recommendations of the 2022 Prince George’s County Draft Climate Action Plan. The plan will set sustainability and climate action goals for the town to meet, organize, and prioritize action steps to achieve the goals, and galvanize and unify key stakeholders in shared sustainability practices. The Brentwood Climate Action Plan (CAP) will help the town advance environmental justice, transition to a state of readiness for and adaptation to climate change, and identify where the town can contribute toward achieving County CAP goals, given the municipality’s unique population and circumstances.
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Takoma/Langley Crossroads Planning and Implementation StudyIn June 2020, the Prince George’s County Planning Department commenced the Takoma-Langley Crossroads Planning and Implementation Study at the request of Councilwoman Deni Taveras to identify opportunities offered by the new zoning ordinance toward the implementation of recommendations in the 2009 Approved Takoma/Langley Crossroads Sector Plan. The study will analyze market data, recommendations of the sector plan, and other studies to identify and prioritize short- and long-term opportunities for public and private investment, as well as recommend development typologies suitable for the study area. HR&A Advisors, Inc. was hired as the lead consultant to survey existing conditions and development opportunities, which includes an examination of development impacts of the Purple Line and zoning rewrite. Toole Design Group, LLC is working with HR&A to examine and provide recommendations to enhance walkability and accessibility in the transit-oriented center.
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. The Marlboro Pike Market Feasibility AssessmentThe Marlboro Pike Market Feasibility Assessment will be undertaken for a portion of Marlboro Pike from Brooks Drive (5300 block) to Forestville Road (7600 block), north along Ritchie Road to Darcy Road, approximately three miles. Marlboro Pike originated as the Washington-Marlboro Turnpike, linking the county seat of Upper Marlboro with the District of Columbia, and grew significantly from the 1930s through the 1950s. Automobiles allowed people to move farther from Washington, D.C., without having to rely on street cars and trolleys, and a demand for houses provided a market for suburban growth.
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You must sign in to subscribe to or unsubscribe from lists. Planning Board Public HearingThe Prince George's County Planning Board holds meetings most Thursdays in the First Floor County Council Hearing Room of the County Administration Building, 14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive, Upper Marlboro, MD 20772 to consider planning, zoning, and subdivision matters. On-site speaker registration for the Board's weekly meetings is available the day of the hearing. The Planning Board also schedules annual public forums on its budget and, either alone or jointly with the Prince George's County Council, periodically holds public hearings on various planning projects, including master plans and sectional map amendments, at locations around the county. For joint County Council-Planning Board hearings, you may sign-up online or call (301) 952-4584 up until 1:00 p.m. on the day of the hearing. If you do not sign-up prior to this time, you may sign-up to testify in person on the day of the hearing with the Clerk of the County Council.
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