Staff from the Community Planning Division of the Prince George’s County Planning Department participated October 21 in a presentation and walking tour of the planned community of Washington Grove.
In September 1950, 738 black students entered the new Fairmont Heights Junior-Senior High School—one of only two high schools in Prince George’s County for blacks during segregation, and the only one that offered twelfth grade. In 2017, the last students
The Prince George’s County Planning Department is accepting applications for the Historic Property Grant Program, which offers up to $50,000 for the acquisition, rehabilitation, preservation, or restoration of historic properties. The 11 properties shown in the above slideshow that were awarded
The Prince George’s County Planning Department recently released the Mount Rainier Pattern Book as part of an effort to ensure additions, major renovations, new infill housing, and development respect the historic context, architectural character, and scale of Mount Rainier’s established neighborhoods.
Cheverly embraces its small-town feel—the 1.35-square-mile area is mostly residential. This zoning mimics most of the surrounding area. The 2017 Preliminary Greater Cheverly Sector Plan states that 32 percent of the greater area (2,507 acres) is residential, and 87 percent of those homes are single-family residences.