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The Zoning Rewrite Project

Planners have rewritten the zoning code to modernize antiquated, redundant zoning regulations, and to create new tools that will help achieve goals in community plans. The new zoning code and zoning map have been adopted by County Council and will become effective on October 30, 2014.

Latest News
  • On July 29, a ZTA was introduced to incorporate updates, clarifications, and corrections into the new zoning code. The public hearing on the ZTA is scheduled for September 9 at 7:30 pm. View the ZTA.
  • For information about submitting an application under the existing (old) code prior to October 30, click here.
  • Applications under the new code for approval of Local Map Amendments, Conditional Uses, Sketch Plans and Site Plans are currently being accepted, but cannot be brought before the Planning Board until the new code becomes effective on October 30, 2014.
Council Approved Zoning Code (March 5, 2014)

A marked-up version of this document is available here.

Office Hours

Come visit us at the Planning Department and we'll answer questions about the zoning rewrite and how it might affect your property. For more information, contact Matt Johnson at Matt.Johnson@montgomeryplanning.org or 301-495-1325.

Learn More
Watch Planning Board Chair Françoise Carrier present a progress report on the Zoning Rewrite process to the County Council January 14, 2014. A copy of her presentation slides are available here.

 

Learn more about the Zoning Rewrite Project's progress in this video excerpt from our December 2012 Montgomery Plans cable show.

 
M-NCPPC Staff Contact

Information about current zoning
Information Counter
301-495-4610

Information about the rewrite project
Pamela Dunn
Pamela.Dunn@montgomeryplanning.org
301-650-5649

Date of last update: August 18, 2014

Zoning Montgomery is a website dedicated to the multi-year process of reorganizing, revising, and simplifying the county’s current zoning ordinance to accommodate the most ideal future development