Planning Assistance to Municipalities & Communities

Overview

Planning Assistance to Municipalities & Communities (PAMC) funds experts for your Prince George’s County planning project—technical assistance, mobility, environment, historic preservation, community engagement, revitalization, mapping, research, and more. Municipalities and communities in Prince George’s County can apply here. Check out the active and completed projects in the tabs above, then tell us about your project ideas! Email staff at pamc@ppd.mncppc.org.

Active Projects

Active Projects

Cheverly National Register Nomination

Updates

The GCC (Governor’s Consulting Committee on the National Register) approved the nomination at its meeting on October 17, 2023. After a few minor corrections and additions, the revised nomination will be forwarded by the State Historic Preservation Office (the Maryland Historical Trust) to the National Register office of the National Park Service for final action in February 2024.

The September 27, 2023 nomination is available at the link below:

Cheverly Historic District National Register of Historic Places Nomination Form

Contact Project Planner:

Daniel Sams

Planner IV

Email Daniel Sams

Phone: 301-952-3166

Project Description

Objective

Nominate historically significant portions of the Town of Cheverly to the National Register of Historic Places to achieve recognition of its historic significance, enabling the use of Maryland state tax incentives for the preservation and rehabilitation of contributing properties.

Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Kickoff MeetingAugust 3, 2020     
Survey WorkOctober-December 2020
Research, analysis, and writingJanuary-December 2021
Map PreparationJanuary-March 2022
Draft nomination completedJuly 2022
Presentation to Cheverly communitySeptember 8, 2022 at Town Meeting
Historic Preservation Commission HearingFebruary 21, 2023
Governor’s Consulting Committee requests changesFebruary 28, 2023
Revised nomination approved by Maryland Historical Trust September 27, 2023
Governor’s Consulting Committee Meeting to review nominationOctober 17, 2023
Forward to the National Register of Historic PlacesFebruary 2024
Listing in National RegisterSpring 2024                                                                          

Riverdale Park Street Tree Inventory & Management Plan

Updates

The management plan is being finalized in preparation for late spring 2024 publication.

Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner II

Email Anusree Nair

Project Description

With this new management plan, the Town of Riverdale Park seeks to maintain, expand, and protect the town’s tree population and canopy; create fully treelined streets through annual tree planting, make data-driven funding and tree maintenance decisions, and educate and engage residents.

This project will assess the condition of trees in public rights-of-way within the municipal boundary and provide town staff with the tools and data to make informed decisions on protecting, maintaining, and expanding the town’s street tree inventory. Tree inventory data will be collected pursuant to the Maryland Roadway Tree Law and conducted by a Maryland Licensed Tree Expert (LTE) or equal (International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist). Data collected will be entered into the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation’s (DPW&T) PlanIt Geo TreePlotter software to generate graphic and spatial representations of existing conditions that reveal needs and opportunities to decision-makers, funders, and community members. The findings of the tree inventory and condition assessment will directly inform the tree management plan that is developed.

The project comprises the following major work products:

  • Tree Inventory
  • Tree Condition Assessment
  • Tree Management Plan
  • Preparation and presentation of the final report
Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalMay 26, 2022
Kickoff MeetingJanuary 20, 2023
Complete Tree InventorySeptember 2023
Draft Tree Inventory and Conditions Assessment PresentationOctober 10, 2023
Draft Tree Management Plan PresentationJanuary 8, 2024
Final Inventory and Tree Management PlanMay 2024

Capitol Heights Vacant Lot Strategy

Updates

The strategy report is being edited and finalized for publication in late spring 2024.

Contact: Project Planner:

Karen Mierow
Planner III
Email Karen Mierow
Phone: 301-952-3026

Project Description

Approximately one-third of the Town of Capitol Heights was platted prior to the establishment of the County’s Zoning Ordinance, and many of these lots do not meet the minimum lot size required for improvements. A historic prevalence of vacant properties, combined with dwelling demolitions over the years, have resulted in over 700 empty lots (17 percent of total lots) within the town’s corporate boundaries. The abundance of vacant lots means lower tax revenue and greater costs for the municipality. In addition, they give an appearance of blight that can lower the value of adjacent and nearby properties. They can make people feel less safe and create opportunities for criminal activity.

The privately owned vacant lots require continual monitoring by the town’s Property Standards Authority to ensure the lots are maintained and not overgrown. When an owner fails to maintain a property, town public works staff are deployed for grass cutting and cleanup, and the town cites the owner for failure to maintain the lot. The town then bills the owner for the cost of the cleanup. If the owner does not pay the invoice, the cost is added as a lien against the property for collection in tax sale. The enforcement and administrative process for monitoring privately owned lots costs the town significant material resources (mowing equipment use and gasoline) and staff time that could be put to better use. 

The Vacant Lot Strategy will be critical to determining the town’s next steps in managing its vacant lots and reducing the time and money spent on their maintenance. The project is composed of the following elements: 

  • Background research and case studies
  • Vacant Lot Inventory Consolidation and Reconciliation
  • Analysis of vacant lots and development of lot typologies
  • Development of strategies and recommendations
  • Preparation and presentation of the final report
Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalMay 26, 2022
Kickoff MeetingJanuary 20, 2023
Complete Tree InventorySeptember 2023
Draft Tree Inventory and Conditions Assessment PresentationOctober 10, 2023
Draft Tree Management Plan PresentationJanuary 8, 2024
Final Inventory and Tree Management PlanMay 2024

Berwyn Heights Pedestrian & Bicyclist Safety Improvement Action Plan

Updates

The consultant team presented their final findings, recommendations, and action plan to the town council on December 4, 2023. The team is working to incorporate public comments and considerations into the action plan to be finalized in April 2024, with publication in the spring.

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Contact Project Planner:

Connor Klein

Planner III

Email Connor Klein

Project Description

In 2018, the Berwyn Heights Town Council created a Quality-of-Life Commission to address community concerns that the town’s appeal as a place to live was diminishing. The Quality-of-Life Commission made a set of recommendations, a portion of which focus on improving bicyclist and pedestrian safety. The town council then established a Walkable Bikeable Berwyn Heights Task Force to work toward ensuring safe, walkable neighborhoods. (The task force’s recommendations are found in the February 2020 report: “Walkable Bikeable Berwyn Heights.”)

Municipal staff then worked with the town’s elected officials to prioritize the recommendations. They determined that some recommendations (such as speed limit changes and new signs) were within the town’s capacity to implement but that at least four of the recommendations require analysis by qualified transportation planners/engineers to determine whether they can or should be implemented, or if there are better solutions.  

This PAMC project will analyze recommendations developed by the Walkable Bikeable Berwyn Heights Task Force and prepare an action plan to create a more safely walkable-bikeable community. The project shall comprise the following major work products:

  • Evaluation of the town’s walkable/bikeable recommendations
  • Identification and justification of priority improvements
  • An action plan
  • Cost estimates and funding sources for each action plan item

Work Products

View/download July 17, 2023  Presentation of Findings

Project Boundary

Greenbelt Strategic Wayfinding Plan

Updates


Work sessions with the city council and advisory boards will be scheduled and draft sign designs prepared.

Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner II

Email Anusree Nair

Phone: 301-952-2233

Project Description

With the Strategic Wayfinding Plan, the City of Greenbelt seeks to orient, direct, and inform visitors and residents to both well-known and less well-known attractions within historic Greenbelt and the city as a whole. The plan will be developed with input from the City of Greenbelt’s Advisory Planning Board, Arts Advisory Board, residents, and city council. 

The wayfinding plan will facilitate travel to key sites by driving, walking, bicycling, or using transit by providing clear directions along safe and convenient routes. Specific attention will be given to directing residents and visitors to and around Roosevelt Center, the historic retail and cultural core of the community. Although the project is intended to comprehensively address wayfinding throughout the city, land owned and maintained by the National Park Service (for example, Greenbelt Park) is excluded from the project area. 

This project shall comprise the following elements:

  • Inventory of existing wayfinding features: type, location, condition
  • Identification of key sites and wayfinding gaps or deficiencies
  • Development of sign design concepts
  • Recommendations addressing new sign locations and replacement and removal/consolidation of signage
  • Preparation and presentation of the final report

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Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalMay 5, 2022
Kickoff MeetingJanuary 19, 2023
Survey and Interactive Map Response PeriodJanuary-February 2024
Draft research findings presentation to city staff April 24, 2024
Advisory boards work sessionJune 2024
City Council work sessionJuly 2024
Stakeholder work sessionAugust 2024
Presentation of draft reportOctober 2024

Walker Mill CDC Youth Wellness & Opportunities Assessment

Updates

The team has started contacting the community, stakeholders, and youth participants. As of the end of February, approximately 20 interviews have been conducted. This step is crucial as we strive to involve everyone in the process. By actively engaging with the community, we aim to gather diverse perspectives to enrich the assessment.

Contact Project Planner:

Connor Klein

Planner III

Email Connor Klein

Phone: 301-952-3253

Project Description

The Youth Wellness and Opportunities Assessment project aims to shed light on community-identified problems and provide solutions that will help reduce incidences of crime, violence, mental illness, and addiction and improve health and educational training. The assessment areas are the unincorporated areas of Boulevard Heights, Oakland-Ridgeway-Pennsylvania Avenue, and Walker Mill Road South. The purpose of the youth-centered community assessment is to:

  • Explore the current landscape of youth-serving programs and services available, including the robust offerings provided by M-NCPPC’s Department of Parks and Recreation, the Prince George’s County Health Department, and Prince George’s County Public Schools; 
  • Provide a community-built portrait of the strengths, weaknesses, problems, issues, assets, gaps, and opportunities experienced by youth; and 
  • Present action-oriented findings and recommendations to inform the Walker Mill CDC and other shared initiatives; identify possibilities to leverage assets, address needs, and create more opportunities for youth. 

    The youth-centered community assessment will engage residents, especially those aged 24 and under. A mixed-method approach consisting of a review of secondary data, a service inventory, focus groups, interviews, and a community survey with a Youth Action Committee shall be used to gather responses. Outreach will be conducted to young people, parents, residents, leaders, and business and property owners to gain their perspectives on problems and solutions. The final work product will be a written wellness and opportunity assessment report with recommendations.

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Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalJune 22, 2023                                             
Kickoff MeetingSeptember 28, 2023
Key Informant Interviews: BeginNovember 1, 2023
Formation of Youth Advisory CommitteeMarch 7, 2024
Launch of Community SurveyApril 30, 2024
Finalize Community Survey ResultsJune 30, 2024
Establishment of Focus GroupsAugust 1, 2024
Key Informant Interviews: Compilation of ResultsNovember 30, 2024
Final Draft: Youth Wellness and Opportunities AssessmentFebruary 28, 2025

Chesapeake Beach Rail Trail Feasibility Study

Updates

Draft trail route alternatives were presented to the Planning Department staff and then to the Town of Upper Marlboro in January 2024. Stakeholder outreach will continue from February to April 2024.

Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner III

Email Anusree Nair

Phone: 301-952-2233

Project Description

This project is a feasibility and design study for a segment of the planned hard-surface Chesapeake Beach Rail Trail starting at MD 725 (Marlboro Pike) and potentially linking a portion of the planned Western Branch Trail to the Show Place Arena. The primary goal of this study is to provide the Town of Upper Marlboro with cost estimates, facility design options, funding sources, and additional information needed to apply for grant funding to construct this trail segment. 

The purpose of the project is to: 

  • Explore and document the current conditions of the site in relation to the proposed construction of a shared-use path, including environmental, community, and development parameters; 
  • Determine the logistical and financial requirements; 
  • Explore and enumerate trail options, including the incorporation of an equestrian trail with the shared-use path and connections to residential streets; generate construction cost estimates based on a conceptual site and construction plan; and
  • Determine the feasibility of developing a shared-use path as described while ensuring all aspects of feasibility are accounted for.

The project will be developed using County data, contributions from community residents and property owners, field surveys, and analysis and interpretation by the consultant. The consultant will conduct outreach with town staff, community members, and property owners to gain their perspectives on the proposed facility. The final work product will be a feasibility and design study that explores potential improvement concepts and their costs.

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Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalJune 22, 2023
Kickoff MeetingAugust 24, 2023
Field TourOctober 27, 2023
Trail Alternatives Presentation to Town StaffJanuary 2024
Outreach and Stakeholder InterviewsMarch-April 2024
Draft Findings and Design Options Report         May 2024
Public PresentationJune 2024
Final Report with Trail OptionsJuly 2024                                                        

Riverdale Park Street Tree Inventory & Management Plan

Updates

The consultants presented to the town on January 8, 2024, and are now working on finalizing the plan.

Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner II

Email Anusree Nair

Phone: 301-952-2233

Project Description

With this new management plan, the Town of Riverdale Park seeks to maintain, expand, and protect the town’s tree population and canopy; create fully treelined streets through annual tree planting, make data-driven funding and tree maintenance decisions, and educate and engage residents.

This project will assess the condition of trees in public rights-of-way within the municipal boundary and provide town staff with the tools and data to make informed decisions on protecting, maintaining, and expanding the town’s street tree inventory. Tree inventory data will be collected pursuant to the Maryland Roadway Tree Law and conducted by a Maryland Licensed Tree Expert (LTE) or equal (International Society of Arboriculture Certified Arborist). Data collected will be entered into the Prince George’s County Department of Public Works and Transportation’s (DPW&T) PlanIt Geo TreePlotter software to generate graphic and spatial representations of existing conditions that reveal needs and opportunities to decision-makers, funders, and community members. The findings of the tree inventory and condition assessment will directly inform the tree management plan that is developed.

The project comprises the following major work products:

  • Tree Inventory
  • Tree Condition Assessment
  • Tree Management Plan
  • Preparation and presentation of the final report
Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalMay 26, 2022
Kickoff MeetingJanuary 20, 2023
Complete Tree InventorySeptember 2023
Draft Tree Inventory and Conditions Assessment PresentationOctober 10, 2023
Draft Tree Management Plan PresentationJanuary 8, 2024
Final Inventory and Tree Management PlanMay 2024

Bowie State of Place Analysis

Updates

At the City of Bowie Regular City Council Meeting of April 1, 2024, the State of Place consultant summarized key findings and recommendations of their study, which includes Old Town Bowie, the Maryland Route 450 Mainstreet area, and Bowie Town Center. See Agendas, Minutes & Status Reports | Bowie, MD – Official Website (cityofbowie.org). This was televised live on Verizon Channel 10 and Comcast Channel 71 and 996, repeated on 4/3/2024 and 4/6/2024 at 7:00 p.m., and web-streamed. For a closed-captioned version of the meeting video, please go to here and select the 2024 Council Meetings list. Once the meeting video opens, click the “CC” button to turn on closed captioning.

A copy of the presentation can be found here: Presentation

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Contact Project Planner:
Karen Mierow,
Planner III

Email Karen Mierow

Phone: 301-952-3026

Project Description

State of Place will be analyzing a portion of the Plan 2035 Bowie Local Town Center and two Bowie-Mitchellville and Vicinity Master Plan focus areas: Old Town Bowie and the MD 450 Corridor, the latter of which includes the Superior Lane Boulevard Concept and Free State Shopping Center/Bowie Marketplace Concept Plan. State of Place is an evidence-based, data-driven, technology-enabled approach that will assist the City of Bowie to: 

  1. Identify and prioritize improvements to the built environment that will improve the quality of life and maximize the economic development potential of the city’s core commercial centers.
  2. Quantify the value of investing in better urban design to streamline the buy-in, approvals, and funding required to deliver proposed projects.

State of Place will collect block-level data on over 125 urban design features using visual machine learning and upload it into the State of Place software, where the city can access the data to objectively diagnose built-environment assets and needs and create and test project scenarios.

State of Place will collect both built environment and economic development data for a broader geographical area outside of the City of Bowie and within the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region to create an updated forecast model that quantifies the economic value of urban design. This statistical analysis of the relationship between the built environment and economic indicators will be translated into evidence-based urban design recommendations to boost the economic development value of the Bowie project areas and estimations of increased economic value tied to implementing such improvements. 

This project builds on the 2022 Approved Bowie and Vicinity Master Plan. It is a similar process to the General Plan’s Centers’ evaluation, with block-by-block detail and specific recommendations to improve walkability and sense of place.

Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalMarch 30, 2023
Project kickoff meetingAugust 14, 2023
Data collectionOctober 2023
Complete economic forecastDecember 2023                       
Generate recommendationsJanuary 2024
Scenario analysisJanuary-February 2024
Forecast analysisMarch 2024
Final report submittedApril 2024 

Cottage City Community Center Feasibility Study

Updates

Staff are reviewing the schematic site layout, conceptual design, and cost estimates. The consultant will present these draft deliverables to the town in June 2024.

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Contact Project Planners:

Karen Mierow
Planner III
Email Karen Mierow
Phone: 301-952-3026

Elizabeth Mekonnen
Planner I
Email: Elizabeth.Mekonnen Mierow
Phone: 301-952-4363

Project Description

This project will explore the feasibility of constructing and operating a small community center on two lots adjacent to the town hall. The function of the community center would be to host community meetings and for limited indoor recreation. The purpose of the feasibility study is to:

  • Explore and document the current conditions of the selected site in relation to the proposed program, including environmental and development parameters; 
  • Determine and document the town’s programmatic needs and potential users of the proposed facility; 
  • Develop conceptual site plans, conceptual floor plans, and conceptual renderings that accommodate the programmatic needs and environmental and development parameters, and 
  • Provide cost estimates for construction and operation. 

The project will be developed using County data, contributions from town elected officials, town administrative staff, community residents, and property owners, field surveys, and analysis and interpretation by the consultant. The final product will take the form of a report.

Work Products

November 2023 Existing conditions and site context presentation: Cottage City Community Center Feasibility Study

Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalJuly 27, 2023               
Kickoff Meeting October 12, 2023
Field TourOctober 12, 2023
Town Commission Work SessionFebruary 26, 2024
Site Plan Analysis ConformanceApril 2024
Concept Designs and Costs EstimatesJune 2024
Final Study Presentation, Community MeetingJune 2024                                               

Flooding & Stormwater Hazard Mitigation Analysis for Brentwood & North Brentwood

Updates

The project kickoff was held January 17, 2024. It was followed by an all-afternoon meeting at Sis’s Tavern (4512 41st Avenue, North Brentwood) and a field tour of both towns with the consultants, Planning Department staff, Towns staff, and elected officials.

Throughout May and June 2024, the consultants will be collecting data on recent storms (2010-2023), flash floods, field survey data, levees, power sub-stations, essential facilities, pumping stations, and FEMA’s model and report.

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Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner II

Email Anusree Nair

Phone: 301-952-2233

Project Description

Located 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. 

The purpose of the project is to provide the towns with data and tools to assess key current and possible hydrometeorological hazards, as well as their vulnerability and options for risk reduction and mitigation, and:

  • Identify all private and municipal properties, infrastructure, and natural resources with flooding and/or stormwater hazard
  • Identify the causes of those risks
  • Categorize properties and infrastructure by flooding and/or stormwater risk
  • Identify potential mitigation measures for each category
  • Identify areawide infrastructure-related potential mitigation actions and analyze the regulatory structure required to implement such actions; and 
  • Provide an analysis report and data that can be incorporated into the Brentwood Climate Action Plan, and used as a standalone document by both towns, working independently and together to reduce or eliminate flooding and stormwater as hazards.

Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board approvalDecember 14, 2023                           
Kickoff MeetingJanuary 17, 2024
Field Tour and Meeting with Consultants and Towns’ StaffJanuary 29, 2024
Gather utility and agency informationJanuary-March 2024
Field Tour and Meeting with Consultants and Town StaffMarch-July 2024
Preparation of Draft ReportJuly-December 2024
Presentation of draft findings to town councils and staff           November-December 2024
Completion of Final ReportDecember 2024-February 2025

Sustainable Brentwood: A Climate Action Plan

Updates

The consultants are refining the schedule and collecting data

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Contact Project Planner:

Anusree Nair

Planner III

Email Anusree Nair

Phone: 301-952-2233

Project Description

Sustainable 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.

The planning process will engage key community stakeholders (residents, businesses, and community groups), allowing community responses to shape the plan guidance and describe what steps need to be taken for the town to achieve climate resilience and mitigate climate disasters such as drought, heat, storms, and flooding. The plan will consider recent federal, state, and County legislation to incentivize sustainability and climate change preparedness and apply it to Brentwood’s particular circumstances. As with the County’s draft plan, inclusion and equitable planning and strategies are priority commitments, as the effects of climate change can be demonstrably punitive to disadvantaged and vulnerable populations. The concurrent Flooding and Stormwater Hazard and Risk Management Analysis for the Towns of Brentwood and North Brentwood, Maryland, will also inform the project.

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Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board approval December 14, 2023
Project kickoff March 26, 2024
Field tour with consultantsApril 22, 2024

Marlboro Pike Market Feasibility Assessment

Updates

The consultant presented the market summary to the Pike Partnership on April 18.

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Contact:

Connor Klein

Planner III

Email Connor Klein

Phone: 301-952-3253

Project Description

This project will explore the feasibility of constructing and operating a small community center on two lots adjacent to the town hall. The function of the community center would be to host community meetings and for limited indoor recreation. The purpose of the feasibility study is to:

  • Explore and document the current conditions of the selected site in relation to the proposed program, including environmental and development parameters; 
  • Determine and document the town’s programmatic needs and potential users of the proposed facility; 
  • Develop conceptual site plans, conceptual floor plans, and conceptual renderings that accommodate the programmatic needs and environmental and development parameters, and 
  • Provide cost estimates for construction and operation. 

The project will be developed using County data, contributions from town elected officials, town administrative staff, community residents, and property owners, field surveys, and analysis and interpretation by the consultant. The final product will be a report.

Project Boundary
Timeline
MilestoneDate
Planning Board ApprovalJuly 27, 2023               
Kickoff Meeting October 12, 2023
Field TourOctober 12, 2023
Town Commission Work SessionFebruary 26, 2024
Site Plan Analysis ConformanceApril 2024
Concept Designs and Costs EstimatesJune 2024
Final Study Presentation, Community MeetingJune 2024                                               
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ProjectApplicantStatus
Accokeek Heritage Tourism StudyGreater Accokeek Civic Association, Accokeek Foundation, Alice Ferguson FoundationCompleted June 2023 
Aquasco-Woodville Cultural Resources InventoryCedar Haven Civic Association on the Patuxent River, Inc.Completed April 2022
The Houses of Fairmount Heights: A Pattern BookTown of Fairmount HeightsCompleted April 2022
CPTED WorkshopCity of HyattsvilleCompleted July 2019 and July 2020
Town of Edmonston Economic Development Strategy Town of EdmonstonCompleted May 2023
Fairmont Heights High School Economic StudyTown of Fairmount HeightsCompleted January 2019
New Carrollton Economic Development StrategyCity of New CarrolltonCompleted August 2021
Logo and BrochuresTown of Cottage CityCompleted June 2019
Bladensburg Market Feasibility and Economic AnalysisTown of BladensburgCompleted May 2022
Youth SurveyCity of Seat PleasantCompleted 2018
College Park Age-Friendly Action PlanCity of College Park
Completed October 2022
Healthy Corner Store Initiative Guidance and ToolkitInstitute for Public Health InnovationCompleted December 2022
ATHA Wayfinding and Signage StudyAnacostia Trails Heritage AreaCompleted March 2023 
Seat Pleasant Streetscape ImprovementsCity of Seat PleasantCompleted October 2019
Northern Gateway SPACEs Northern Gateway Community Development CorporationCompleted September 2021
The Village of Brandywine Sidewalk and Streetscape Improvements Study:
30% Design and Engineering Report
Black Swamp Creek Land Trust, Inc.Completed October 2021
City of College Park Complete and Green Streets Implementation PlanCity of College ParkCompleted April 2021

Contact Us

Connor Klein

Planner III, Neighborhood Revitalization Section

Daniel Sams

Planner IV, Neighborhood Revitalization Section