As a county resident, how can I participate in the development review process to ensure the protection of my home and community?

As a resident, you can become a Person/Party of Record for a specific project, which provides you with notice of upcoming meetings, actions, and decisions rendered at certain stages of the zoning application process, and relevant appeals procedures. 

As a community association, you can register your association to receive informational mailings on new development projects in your community, which provides your community an opportunity to participate early in the development review process.

You can view upcoming Planning Board meeting agendas and sign up to speak or submit comments. 

You can follow the Planning Department on Twitter and Facebook to stay up-to-date. 

You can contact the resident planner assigned to your area of the county at the Community Planning Office or call 240-524-8413 to obtain information about ongoing planning projects and development activities. 

For more information, please email PPD-InfoCounter@ppd.mncppc.org or call 240-302-3460 or 240-302-9464.

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1. How do I find the zoning classification of my property?
2. As a county resident, how can I participate in the development review process to ensure the protection of my home and community?
3. What can I do on my property?
4. I have a large parcel of land. Can it be subdivided into smaller lots?
5. My lot has no frontage on a public street. Is there any way I can build on it?
6. Is there a floodplain on my property?