Recently Completed Studies & Manuals

Publications


See Publications list for a complete listing of recently completed plans, studies, and manuals.

Manuals


Studies

  1. 2008 Prince George's County At-A-Glance

    Read more about emerging trends, the many faces of Prince George's County - a demographic information brochure on Prince George's County.

  2. Airport Land Use Compatibility & Air Safety Study

    The Prince George's County Planning Department has been engaged in a work program effort to examine risk and land use compatibility issues around the county's four general aviation airports: Potomac Airfield in Friendly, Washington Executive Airpark in Clinton, Freeway Airport in Mitchellville, and College Park Airport in College Park.

  3. Brandywine Revitalization & Preservation Study

    This study concerns revitalization of an older community in southern Prince George's County, located between rapidly developing areas adjacent to MD 5/US 301, and the county's designated Rural Tier.

  4. Central Kenilworth Avenue Revitalization Study

    The Prince George's County Planning Department was directed to prepare a Central Kenilworth Avenue Revitalization Study under the Planning Assistance to Municipalities and Communities (PAMC) program of the Planning Department by the Prince George's County Planning Board of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission.

  5. General Plan Growth Policy Update Publication

    The General Plan Growth Policy Update is a progress report on the implementation of the 2002 Prince George's County Approved General Plan.

  6. Governance of Westphalia

    The development of the Westphalia area in central Prince George’s County is important to the county’s future.

  7. Illustrated Inventory of Historic Sites

    This book presents the historic sites, historic districts, and archeological sites that are protected by the Prince George's County Historic Preservation Ordinance, Subtitle 29 of the Prince George's County Code. Each entry includes a photograph, description, and brief statement of historic significance.

  8. Medical Mall Planning Study Publication

    The prospects for establishing one or more medical malls in Prince George's County have been discussed for several years. Several County Council persons, particularly Councilperson Tony Knotts, took the leadership in establishing a study of the feasibility of one or more medical malls in the County. This document reports the results of that study.

  9. Mount Vernon Viewshed Study

    This study provides recommendations for conserving the cultural landscape of the rural communities of Piscataway and Accokeek, which are a portion of a significant viewshed across the Potomac River from the porch of Mount Vernon.

  10. Naylor Road Metro Station Area Accessibility Study

    Through a grant from the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board’s (TPB) Transportation/Land-Use Connections (TLC) Program, the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) and Kittelson & Associates, Inc. (KAI) completed a study to develop recommendations for improving non-motorized access to the Naylor Road Metro Station in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

  11. Prince George's County At-A-Glance Publication

    View Emerging Trends, The Many Faces Of Prince George's County - A Demographic Information Brochure on Prince George's County.

  12. Report of the Senior Living Market Study

    The Information Center of the Prince George's County Planning Department of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission engaged the ProMatura Group, LLCto conduct an analysis of the senior housing market in Prince George's County.

  13. Strategic Program for Agricultural Development

    This is the final version of the document that was formally called the Draft Agricultural Economic Strategy for Prince George's County.

  14. Town of Upper Marlboro Revitalization Action Plan

    This project examines changing markets and community needs and develops revitalization strategies that reflect a common vision.

  15. Transfer Station Siting Study

    The Prince George's County's refuse landfill at Brown Station Road will reach its permitted capacity in 2011. Because there will not be development of a new landfill within the county, refuse will be transferred to one of the several modern, large, commercial landfills operating in the Mid-Atlantic region.