Broad Creek Historic District-Livingston Road Streetscape Guidelines and Alternatives

Brochures, Reports, and Special Studies

Broad Creek Historic District-Livingston Road Streetscape Guidelines and Alternatives

Title:

Broad Creek Historic District-Livingston Road Streetscape Guidelines and Alternatives

Author:

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Prince George's County Planning Department

Publication Date:
10/01/1995
Source of Copies:

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
14741 Governor Oden Bowie Drive
Upper Marlboro, MD 20772

Number of Pages:
126

This report summarizes the visioning process and results of a four-month study focused on maintaining the rural character of the Broad Creek Historic District, specifically the Livingston Road corridor between Old Fort Road to the north and Fort Washington Road to the south. The project was carried out under the Planning Department’s FY 1995 Community Preservation and Design Workshops Work Program. This document was prepared as a supporting element to the original Broad Creek Historic District Design Guidelines, produced by the Historic Preservation Section and Broad Creek Historic District Advisory Committee in 1987 and approved by the District Council in 1988. Included in this report is a set of documents and plans that portray the design ideas and goals of the Broad Creek Historic District Advisory Committee and local residents. This report is divided into five parts, each containing photographs, charts, drawings and maps produced through the visioning process and pertaining to the Livingston Road Streetscape. Each part contains information which allows the reader to follow the community visioning process from the beginning of brainstorming ideas to the final design proposals and recommended courses of action. A supplemental appendix section provides plant suggestions for the Livingston Road streetscape.