The Planning Board transmitted a draft revised zoning code to the County Council in May, completing a key phase of this multi-year project.
The Planning Board will hold worksessions on the Glenmont Sector Plan this spring. Learn about plan recommendations in our online image gallery.
Planners are analyzing development scenarios for the Ten Mile Creek area of Clarksburg as part of a potential amendment to the 1994 master plan.
The Planning Board will review the Long Branch Sector Plan draft throughout the spring.
Public art, which helps build community, foster economic development and create a sense of place is an option in our development review process in downtown areas and transit-area zones. View our new Public Art Guidelines.
The Planning Board has scheduled a May 23 public hearing for the White Oak Science Gateway plan, which establishes the foundation upon which White Oak can evolve with more opportunities to live, work and play.
To increase urban tree canopy, we have launched Shades of Green, a pilot program that provides free trees and two years of tree care to property owners in downtown Silver Spring, Montgomery Hill and downtown Wheaton.
The Planning Board transmitted the draft Chevy Chase Lake Sector Plan to the County Council for consideration.
Want to stay informed about planning and development in Montgomery County? Ensure your local organization is registered accurately using our easy tool.
The latest episode of Montgomery Plans spotlights our Zoning Code Rewrite, greening the down-county with free trees, a tour of Germantown Town Center three years after the master plan took effect and the latest big decisions of the Planning Board.
To stay abreast of Montgomery County development activity, visit our online Development Finder to learn details about building applications to be considered by the Planning Board.
Do you have a forest conservation easement on or near your property? Easements protect forests on private land by limiting certain activities, part of the Planning Board's emphasis on forest conservation. Now you can locate areas under easement using our online map.