The Montgomery County Planning Board will hold work sessions on the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan starting in March 2016. The sessions will continue as needed for the Board to fully discuss the community testimony as well as issues Board members want to address.
At the conclusion of the work sessions, the Plan will be revised at the Planning Board‚Äôs direction before being transmitted to the County Council and County Executive as the Planning Board Draft. The County Council will hold a public hearing on the Planning Board Draft of the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan later in 2016.
The Planning Board Draft was approved by the Planning Board on July 14. The Planning Board Draft presented to the Board included the changes made in response to the requests by the Greater Lyttonsville community to clarify the use of the urban road code, district boundaries and language in the Plan Draft. It also included the addition of the proposal by EYA.
View the¬†Planning Board Draft.
Community residents and property owners testified primarily about proposed zoning changes in the Plan and their potential effect on density, school capacity and transportation issues.
View the Public Hearing Draft of the¬†Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan[PDF]¬†(pdf, 12MB). This posting follows the Montgomery County Planning Board‚Äôs approval of the Working Draft as the Public Hearing Draft on Thursday, December 17, 2015. The Public Hearing Draft reflects changes in response to issues that were raised by the Lyttonsville community over zoning classifications, district boundaries and language in the Plan Draft.
The public is also invited to submit comments on the Public Hearing Draft of the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan via email to¬†email@example.com. These comments will become part of the public testimony and public record for the Plan.
Learn more¬†about the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan Public Hearing Draft.
The Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan has been in full swing this summer. Check out this video segment with planners Erin Banks and Melissa Williams and learn how to get involved with the future of shaping the #greaterLP area. This segment is currently airing in the latest edition of Montgomery Plans:
Planning Staff hosted a series of Monday evening meetings in June for the Greater Lyttonsville community to attend and learn more about the planning process for the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan. Various stakeholders learned about specific subject areas such as: urban design, historic preservation, land use, parks, environment and transportation. The planning team discussed these subject areas and how they will contribute to the overall plan, which will form the foundation for transforming the heart of Greater Lyttonsville.
The¬†Monday Matters¬†meetings were held on June 2, 9 and 16 from 6 ‚Äď 7:30 p.m. at the¬†Gwendolyn E. Coffield Center¬†(2450 Lyttonsville Road, Silver Spring, MD), 2nd Floor Classroom).
Held July 15, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Gwendolyn E. Coffield Community Center, Silver Spring
Attendees gave feedback on existing strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities within the Plan Area
As a follow-up to the successful relaunch meeting held in early May, the planning team invited residents, property owners, and business owners to give their feedback on preferences for the Plan Area, to better understand current issues to make informed decisions for the future.
The Montgomery County Planning Department hosted two meetings as part of their ‚ÄúSunrise Series‚ÄĚ for business owners in the Greater Lyttonsville Sector Plan area on Thursday, July 31 and Thursday, August 7. The purpose of these meetings were to provide an opportunity for the business community to ask questions and give feedback on the sector planning process. The early morning meetings offered free breakfast, an opportunity to meet with planners and gave the chance for attendees to answer a questionnaire.
In addition to coming to outreach events, you can schedule a time to meet with Staff in our offices in Silver Spring, in Greater Lyttonsville, or at your own group‚Äôs meeting. To schedule a time, contact us! You can also host an event, such as a happy hour or reception, for conversation about your interests or concerns. We will be pleased to attend. We will regularly update this list to let you know with whom we‚Äôve been meeting. Public Meetings/Workshops are in¬†bold¬†and are hosted by the Montgomery County Planning Department.