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Aug 29 14

Bicycle Planning Guidance Report Delivered to Planning Board on Sept. 4

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Planning Department’s Bicycle Planning Guidance Provides New Tools for Promoting Bicycling

SILVER SPRING, MDThe Montgomery County Planning Board, part of  The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission will be briefed on the Montgomery County Bicycle Planning Guidance report by transportation planners on Thursday, Sept 4. The document was produced for the Planning Department as part of a Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (WCOG) Transportation / Land Use Connections (TLC) grant program.

View the Bicycle Planning Guidance Planning Board agenda item for Sept. 4.

Bicycling in the metropolitan Washington region has changed substantially over the past few years. Changing attitudes toward bicycling, the introduction of bikeshare programs, and new facilities such as cycle tracks and buffered bike lanes that provide bicyclists with greater protection from traffic have led to a growth in bicycling in many communities. Bicycle planning has also changed significantly, with recent research guiding planners and communities to better understand what creates a bikeable network and how different types of bicycle facilities can expand that network.

By developing the Bicycle Planning Guidance document, Montgomery County planners seek to position the County among national leaders in bicycle planning. The tools that are presented will assist planners in identifying how much stress different road conditions create for bicyclists and what types of facilities are needed to reduce that stress and encourage bicycling among the general population. It also provides tools for identifying bicycle facilities that are most appropriate under different traffic speed and traffic volume conditions.

Planning Department staff envisions using the Bicycle Planning Guidance to assist in both the master planning process and facility planning review. It will help planners evaluate network connectivity and identify projects that are likely to have the most benefit in increasing bicycling in Montgomery County.

For questions or comments about the bicycle planning guidance, contact:
David Anspacher, Functional Planning and Policy
david.anspacher@montgomeryplanning.org
301-495-2191

Aug 29 14

Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan Amendment Public Hearing Draft Available

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Public invited to review and testify on Public Hearing Draft plan at Planning Board meeting on Sept. 11.

SILVER SPRING, MD – The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, will hold a public hearing on the Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan Amendment on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 6:00 p.m., at their regularly scheduled Board Meeting which will be held in the Auditorium at 8787 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, MD 20910.

The public is invited to give their views on the Public Hearing Draft which is an amendment to the 1994 Aspen Hill Master Plan and the General Plan (On Wedges and Corridors).

Review the Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan Amendment Public Hearing Draft.

Those wishing to testify in person at the public hearing are requested to call the Planning Department’s Public Information Line at 301-495-4605 or sign up using on-line registration.

The Plan Amendment makes recommendations for land use and zoning within the Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan Amendment area as well as recommendations intended to improve overall circulation, pedestrian connections and the network of bikeways for approximately 14 acres west of the Aspen Hill Road and Connecticut Avenue intersection.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, written testimony may be submitted to: Planning Board Chair, Montgomery County Planning Board, 8787 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. Testimony may also be submitted by e-mail to mcp-chair@mncppc-mc.org.

Learn more about the planning process for the Aspen Hill Minor Master Plan Amendment, including the recap from the three community meetings.

Plan Background:
In the spring of 2013, the County Council programmed the preparation of a minor master plan amendment for approximately 14 acres of land located west of the intersection of Connecticut Avenue and Aspen Hill Road, the majority of which was recommended for the office zoning in the 1994 Aspen Hill Master Plan. The minor amendment process provides an opportunity to reassess the subject area and analyze alternative redevelopment and zoning opportunities. The review considers the area’s existing development potential and reevaluates that potential within the context of a changing office market in the County as a whole, the intent and rationale of the 1994 Plan, and any impacts to the surrounding land uses and transportation network.

Aug 29 14

Westbard Sector Plan Kickoff Scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 7:00 p.m.

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Community invited by Montgomery Planning to participate in meeting about the future of Westbard

SILVER SPRING, MD The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, will hold a community meeting on the Westbard Sector Plan on Tuesday, Sept. 23, from 7-9 p.m. at Walt Whitman High School cafeteria (7100 Whittier Blvd., Bethesda, MD). Anyone who lives or works or has an interest in the future of the Westbard community is invited to attend the PlanWestbard kickoff meeting at which the existing conditions and opportunities and constraints of the plan area will be discussed. RSVP’s are encouraged but not required.

The meeting will give attendees an opportunity to hear about the existing conditions of the plan area, meet the planning team and learn about the planning process.

The Westbard Sector Plan is one of the oldest plans still in use in Montgomery County, having last been revised in 1982. It is now being updated at the direction of the Montgomery County Council to keep pace with the times and to reflect the changes in the community. At the kickoff meeting, the community will have an opportunity to review the Westbard Briefing Book which will focus on existing conditions of the area.

A meeting on Oct. 21 will present the Scope of Work which will focus on the areas and issues identified at the kickoff meeting. A week-long planning workshop is scheduled for November which will allow the community to give their perspective and provide feedback on the planning process.

Details:
What: Westbard Sector Plan Kickoff Meeting: Existing Conditions and Opportunities and Constraints
Who: Residents, property owners, and anyone with an interest in the future of Westbard
When: Tuesday, Sept. 23 (7 – 9 p.m.)
Where: Walt Whitman High School cafeteria (7100 Whittier Blvd., Bethesda, MD)
Sign up: for the PlanWestbard-E-Newsletter
Call: the PlanWestbard Hotline for updates on upcoming planning events: 301-495-4567
Follow: updates on Twitter: @planwestbard
Learn: more: www.montgomeryplanning.org/planwestbard

Information and ideas gathered at this meeting will inform the planning process. This is an opportunity for the community to contribute to planning for a successful Westbard that will continue to thrive for the next twenty years and beyond.

Learn more about the Westbard Sector Plan and how to get involved: www.montgomeryplanning.org/planwestbard

Background on Westbard:
Westbard lies in the southwestern part of Montgomery County, approximately one mile from the D.C. boundary line. It is less than two miles from the commercial areas of Friendship Heights and Bethesda. The Westbard area is served by two major northwest to southeast highways, River Road and Massachusetts Avenue, and is surrounded by well-established single-family neighborhoods. Over a period of years, residential uses were built around the commercial/industrial areas which extend along River Road and Westbard Avenue. The popular regional Capital Crescent Trail runs the length of Westbard.

Aug 28 14

Montgomery Parks 2014 Labor Day Weekend Activities and Operating Schedule

by Melissa Chotiner

Cool off at the Splash Playground, Visit the Driving Range, Enjoy boating and fishing!

SILVER SPRING, MD—Looking for something to do this Labor Day weekend? Montgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission has you covered with a variety of facilities and programs to enjoy. A sampling are listed below; visit www.MontgomeryParks.org/guide for a complete listing.

 
MONTGOMERY PARKS LABOR DAY WEEKEND ACTIVITIES
This weekend’s warm temperatures and sunny forecast make for the perfect opportunity to visit and enjoy some of the following facilities in Montgomery Parks:

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  • The Splash Playground at South Germantown Recreational Park: open all weekend, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. The park is also home to an 18-hole miniature golf course and a Driving Range also open all weekend.

 

  •  The Olney Manor Skate Park featuring a 10-foot deep bowl, Hubba ledge, steps with handrail, quarter pipes, Fun Box and flat rails, manual pad and Pyramid Ledge: open all weekend from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. (adult session runs from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; park opens 11 a.m. on Monday, September 1).

Special programs being offered Labor Day weekend include:

  • An Outdoor Classroom Explore-a-Thon at Black Hill Visitor Center on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Children ages 3 – 12 will explore the outdoors searching for spineless wonders, digging in the dirt and jumping like frogs at this free event. Dress for outdoor weather, and pack water and a snack. Register at www.ParkPASS.org (Course #s: 281706 and 281707)
  • Free guided tours of Oakley Cabin African American Museum and Park on Saturday and Sunday, from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. The tours are part of the War of 1812 Brookeville Bicentennial Celebration “U.S. Capital for a Day,” special event. The park will only be accessible by shuttle bus and parking is not available onsite.
  • Free guided tours of the Underground Railroad Experience Trail at Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park on Saturday from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. Join talented volunteer conductors on a simulated two-mile hike on the Underground Railroad Experience trail and learn about various techniques freedom seekers used to elude trackers, find food and navigate their way north to freedom. (In the event of severe weather, call 301-650-4373 on Saturday morning.)

The following facilities will be closed during the Labor Day weekend holiday:

  • Wheaton Ice Arena
  • Wheaton Indoor Tennis
  • Cabin John Ice
  • Pauline Betz Addie Tennis Center at Cabin John Regional Park
  • Park Permits Office

*All other parks and facilities are operating on standard schedules listed on www.MontgomeryParks.org.

About The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Montgomery Parks
Montgomery Parks manages more than 35,000 acres of parkland, consisting of 420 parks. Montgomery Parks is a department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a bi-county agency established in 1927 to steward public land. The M-NCPPC has been nationally recognized for its high quality parks and recreation services and is regarded as a national model by other parks systems. www.montgomeryparks.org

 

 

 

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Aug 26 14

John Dugger, Capital Crescent Trail Visionary Honored with Dedication

by Melissa Chotiner

 

Dedication event to take place September 12, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.

AUGUST 26, 2014,SILVER SPRING, MDThe Montgomery Parks Foundation, Montgomery Parks, and the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail are honoring John Dugger, one of the visionary’s behind the Capital Crescent Trail, an 11-mile, hiker-biker trail.  A dedication plaque to Mr. Dugger will be installed on the trail just south of the rest plaza by the Dalecarlia Water Treatment Plant, near the D.C. line in Montgomery County, Maryland.  A special dedication event will take place there on September 12, 2014, at 4:30 p.m.  Media, elected officials, business and community leaders and the public are welcome to attend.

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WHAT: Dedication of the John A. Dugger tribute, “Visionary Leader” of the Capital Crescent Trail

WHEN: 
Friday, September 12, 2014 at 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: 
Capital Crescent Trail, near Dalecarlia Reservoir

WHY:
 Celebrate Mr. Dugger’s years of tireless work and dedication to help establish the Capital Crescent Trail as a first-class hiker-biker trail.

 

A collaborative effort between the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail, the Montgomery Parks Foundation and the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Montgomery Parks was key to making this dedication a reality.

 

“We are delighted that the relationship between our three organizations resulted in this important opportunity to honor John Dugger, our friend and champion of the Capital Crescent Trail,” said Ron Tripp, Chair of the Coalition.  “The Montgomery Parks Foundation and Montgomery Parks were not only supportive of this effort, but were our partners in assuring this was done and done well.”

 

Mr. Dugger saw the abandoned B&O Rail line from Georgetown to Silver Spring as an opportunity to create a multipurpose trail for the residents of the greater Washington, D.C. area.  In 1991, encouraged by friends, including avid cyclist Henri Bartholomot, John was instrumental in securing Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA) funds to develop the trail, and was personally involved in acquiring and developing additional right-of-way to form the trail that bikers, joggers, and walkers enjoy today. 

 

Dugger, a retired naval officer and specialist in international law was chairman of the group that inspired the project for many years.  He led the coalition of volunteers that worked to create the recreational trail, now known as The Capital Crescent Trail.

 

With origins in the Civil War, the Capital Crescent Trail is now the most heavily used of the many trails in the Washington, D.C. region.  Today, the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail supports and advocates for the Capital Crescent Trail, which is maintained by Montgomery Parks and the National Park Service.  John took great pride in his efforts to make the Capital Crescent a USA Rails to Trails Success.


About The Montgomery Parks Foundation
The Montgomery Parks Foundation is a 501c3 organization that champions Montgomery County Parks cultivating financial support and public engagement of county residents and businesses as members, donors, sponsors and advocates.  www.MontgomeryParksFoundation.org


About the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Montgomery Parks
Montgomery Parks manages more than 36,000 acres of parkland, consisting of 420 parks. Montgomery Parks is a department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a bi-county agency established in 1927 to steward public land. The M-NCPPC has been nationally recognized for its high quality parks and recreation services and is regarded as a national model by other park systems. www.MontgomeryParks.org


About the Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail
The Coalition for the Capital Crescent Trail is a non-profit citizens’ group advocating for a first class development of the 11.2 mile rail-to-Trail conversion from Georgetown, D.C. to Silver Spring, MD for multi-purpose, recreational use.  www.ccttrail.org

 

 

 

Aug 25 14

Montgomery Parks Hosts 2nd Annual Pawpaw Festival on September 7 at Meadowside Nature Center

by Melissa Chotiner

Festival to be held September 7, 12 noon – 4 p.m. at Meadowside Nature Center

 

pawpawfruitpicture_000SILVER SPRING, MD—Many people are familiar with the age-old children’s Pawpaw song “Pickin up Pawpaws, Puttin’ ‘em in your pocket?”  How many people in and around Montgomery County have ever actually tried a Pawpaw – or even know what one is? Join Montgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission on September 7, 2014, from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. for the Second Annual Pawpaw Festival at Meadowside Nature Center.

 

Join area pawpaw expert and breeder, Neal Peterson who will open the festival with a special talk about the fruit that he has devoted 25 years to perfecting. Peterson has raised over 1500 pollinated seedlings in his orchards and has developed six patented varieties for sale to nurseries.

The festival will have a Pawpaw tasting station as feature a variety of activities, games and music. Attendees will learn all about this delicious fruit that is native to the region, and its rich history. Did you know Pawpaw trees adorned Thomas Jefferson’s home at Monticello?

Montgomery Parks 2nd Annual Pawpaw Festival
Sunday, September 7, 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
$5
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane
Rockville, MD 20855
Visit www.ParkPASS.org and enter Course # 294252 or pay at the gate on the day of the festival.

 

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Montgomery Parks
Montgomery Parks manages more than 35,000 acres of parkland, consisting of 420 parks. Montgomery Parks is a department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a bi-county agency established in 1927 to steward public land. The M-NCPPC has been nationally recognized for its high quality parks and recreation services and is regarded as a national model by other parks systems. www.montgomeryparks.org

 

Aug 15 14

Casey Anderson Sworn In As New Montgomery County Planning Board Chair

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Casey Anderson was officially sworn in on Wednesday, Aug. 13 to become the newest Montgomery County Planning Board Chair. Mr. Anderson will lead the five-member Montgomery County Planning Board which oversees the Montgomery County Planning Department and the Montgomery Department of Parks. The Planning Board advises the Montgomery County Council on land use planning and community planning in Montgomery County.

Learn more about Casey Anderson.

View the short video of Casey Anderson’s Swearing In Ceremony.

Questions or comments? Contact the Planning Board.

Aug 14 14

Montgomery Parks Announces September Events, Festivals and Special Programs!

by Melissa Chotiner

SILVER SPRING, MDMontgomery Parks, part of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission announces a variety of special events, festivals and programs taking place this September in parks all across the county.  A sampling is listed below; all fall offerings can be found in the Montgomery County Guide to Recreation and Parks Programs at www.MontgomeryParks.org/guide and in print at select Parks and Recreation facilities, government buildings and libraries, while supplies last.

SEPTEMBER 2014 SPECIAL EVENTS AND PROGAMS

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Sunday, September 7, 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
$5
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane
Rockville, MD 20855

It’s time to get your paws on some pawpaws! Meadowside will be celebrating this delightful native fruit with music, storytelling, crafts, games, raptor talks, expert advice on pawpaw cultivation, and most importantly…a pawpaw tasting station. This year’s festival will feature pawpaw fruit for purchase! No registration required. All participants must pay.

 

Night Fishing at Little Seneca Lake
Wednesday, September 10, Sundown to Midnight
Free
Black Hill Regional Park, Little Seneca Lake
20926 Lake Ridge Drive
Boyds, MD 20841
www.BlackHillBoats.com

Join us at Little Seneca Lake for a special monthly night fishing experience when the moon is full (or pretty close) and the fish are (hopefully) biting.

*Anglers may fish late into the evening from the shore or in boats. Please bring your own boat (–rental boats will not be available after normal Boathouse hours. All boats and anglers must be off the lake and out of the park by midnight, and must have operating navigational lights. All state fishing regulations and Montgomery Parks/M-NCPPC rules and regulations will be enforced.

Back in Grandma’s Day
Saturday, September 13, 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Free
Oakley Cabin African American Museum & Park
3610 Brookville Road
Olney, MD 20833
www.HistoryInTheParks.org

Bring the family and enjoy guided tours of the historic 19th century cabin and make crafts to take home. Celebrate Grandparents’ Day by receiving a free Park Pass if you bring your grandparent to the event.

 

Bluegrass on the Farm
Saturday, September 13, Noon – 6:00 p.m.
$12 for advance admission, $15 at the gate (kids under the age of 12 free with an adult)
Agricultural History Farm Park
18400 Muncaster Road
Derwood, MD 20855
www.BluegrassontheFarm.com

Join the Friends of the Agricultural History Farm Park for great bluegrass in the great outdoors. This year’s lineup includes Grammy nominee and International Bluegrass Music Association award winners the Boxcars featuring Adam Steffey, as well as popular local bands Clearspring and Windy Ridge. Bring your lawn chair and blankets, and instruments if you want to jam with other musicians. Food available for purchase.

 

Apple Festival & Campfire
Friday, September 19, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
$8
Meadowside Nature Center
5100 Meadowside Lane
Rockville, MD 20855

It’s apple harvest time! Come enjoy apple cider pressing, apple lore, and hands-on activities; end the evening at the campfire ring for s’mores and more. Children and adults must register and pay. Register at www.ParkPASS.org (Course #294253)

 

Monarch Fiesta Day
Saturday, September 20, 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Free
Black Hill Visitor Center
20926 Lake Ridge Drive
Boyds, MD 20841
www.BlackHillNature.org

Celebrate the monarch butterfly and its amazing annual migration to Mexico. Activities include monarch tagging and release, tours of the monarch waystation, migration activity, monarch photo opportunity, insect hunt, monarch movie, story time, crafts and more.

 

Fall Exhibition Competition Send-Off
Saturday, September 20, 6:15 – 8:15 p.m.
Free
Cabin John Ice Rink
10610 Westlake Drive
Rockville, MD 20852
www.CabinJohnIce.com

Come see Cabin John’s best and brightest skaters perform before they head out to various U.S. Figure Skating Qualifying and Non-Qualifying events this fall and winter. Program will feature solo performances as well as paris and synchronized skating routines.

 

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Sunday, September 21, 2014 | 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.
FREE
Kingsley Schoolhouse
Little Bennett Regional Park
24472 Clarksburg Road
Clarksburg, MD 20871
www.HistoryInTheParks.org

Join trained volunteer docents for free interpretive tours of this 19th century one-room schoolhouse, located in Montgomery Parks’ largest park. Learn about what it was like to attend school in Montgomery County back in the 1920s.

 

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Montgomery Parks
Montgomery Parks manages more than 35,000 acres of parkland, consisting of 420 parks. Montgomery Parks is a department of the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), a bi-county agency established in 1927 to steward public land. The M-NCPPC has been nationally recognized for its high quality parks and recreation services and is regarded as a national model by other parks systems. www.montgomeryparks.org

 

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Aug 5 14

Sandy Spring Rural Village Public Hearing Scheduled – Sept. 4

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Public invited to testify on Public Hearing Draft plan at Planning Board meeting

SILVER SPRING, MD The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, will hold a public hearing on the Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan on Thursday, Sept. 4, at their regularly scheduled Board Meeting which will be held at 8787 Georgia Ave. Silver Spring, MD 20910.

The public is invited to give their views on land use, transportation, and zoning changes in the Public Hearing Draft which details the concept of a new village center from the 1998 Sandy Spring/Ashton Master Plan.

View the Public Hearing Draft for the Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan.

The recommendations seek to bring about the vision and address any concerns that were voiced by the community at the four-day community design workshop held in February and the community meetings held in March and May. After gathering the input from the community, planners have come up with recommendations for zoning, land use, and connectivity that will help maintain the rural feel of the area while developing a more pedestrian-friendly, sustainable community.

Those wishing to testify in person at the public hearing are requested to call the Planning Department’s Public Information Line at 301-495-4605 or sign up to speak at the hearing using on-line registration.

If you are unable to attend the meeting, written testimony may be submitted to:

Planning Board Chair, Montgomery County Planning Board, 8787 Georgia Avenue, Silver Spring, Maryland 20910. Testimony may also be submitted by e-mail to mcp-chair@montgomeryplanning.org.

Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan Highlights:
The 1998 Sandy Spring/Ashton Master Plan recognized that the details of a new village center concept were beyond its scope and recommended more detailed study and analysis to develop the concept. This new Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan will follow the guidance in the 1998 Master Plan and determine how to best connect the new fire station into a village center concept using the following three goals:

-Preserve the rich cultural history of the area
-Design a civic space and village center
-Connect the community to the village center and examine right-of-way issues

Learn more about the Sandy Spring Rural Village Plan and how to get involved: http://www.montgomeryplanning.org/sandyspring

Aug 4 14

Get Involved with the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan This Week

by Bridget Schwiesow

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Meet Planning Department staff at two community events – National Night Out and Sunrise Series meeting 

SILVER SPRING, MDThe Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, is inviting anyone who lives, works or has an interest in the Greater Lyttonsville community to meet with Planning Department staff at two community events this week to learn more about the planning process for the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan.

Planners will host a booth at the Greater Lyttonsville community’s participation in the annual National Night Out event Tuesday, August 5 scheduled from 6:15 to 8 p.m. at the Gwendowlyn E. Coffield Center (2450 Lyttonsville Road, Silver Spring, MD). The participation in the annual neighborhood event is meant to encourage youth and families to get involved with the sector plan process. There will be interactive planning activities and staff on hand to answer questions about the planning process.

Business owners and employees are invited to attend the final “Sunrise Series” meeting Thursday, August 7 from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. in the Parking Lot in rear of 2402-2465 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, MD (Technical Service Park). The early morning meeting will offer free breakfast to attendees, an opportunity to meet with planners and provide feedback through a questionnaire to gather more information from area employees and business owners as it relates to the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan.

The Sunrise Series meetings will be hosted in partnership with the Montgomery County Department of Economic Development and the Silver Spring Regional Center.

Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan Weekly Events Details:
National Night Out – Lyttonsville Community
Tuesday, August 5
National Night Out is scheduled for 6:15 – 8 p.m.
Coffield Center 2450 Lyttonsville Road, Silver Spring, MD

Sunrise Series Meeting for Area Businesses  
Thursday, August 7, 6:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Parking Lot in rear of 2402-2465 Linden Lane, Silver Spring, MD (Technical Service Park)

Info: Learn more about the Sector Plan and fill out the questionnaire: www.montgomeryplanning.org/greaterlp

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