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Cloverly

Cloverly Master Plan

“Cloverly contains a variety of communities with different types of neighborhoods that include farms, rural neighborhoods, historic African-American communities, suburban subdivisions, and commercial areas set among parks and undeveloped areas that result in a generally suburban and rural appearance. The Cloverly Master Plan implements the 1993 General Plan Refinement, which identified the area as containing parts of the Agriculturally Wedge, Residential Wedge, and Suburban Communities. One of the Plan’s fundamental planning principles is to reinforce the character of Cloverly’s communities.”

From the Plan Highlights, Cloverly Master Plan (1997), p. xii

View the Cloverly Master Plan (1997) (pdf, 3 MB)

The complete document is represented by the index below:

  • Front Matter, Including Table of Contents and Plan Highlights
  • Introduction
  •  Background
    • General Description of the Master Plan Area
    • Conformance with the Maryland Planning Act of 1992 and General Plan for Montgomery County
    • Cloverly Today
  • Plan Framework
    • Vision for the Future
    • Fundamental Planning Concepts
  • Land and Use Zoning
    • Agricultural Wedge
    • Residential Wedge
      • Cloverly Commercial Area
      • Spencerville Commercial Area
    • Suburban Communities
      • Cape May/New Hampshire Avenue Commercial Area
    • General Land Use Recommendations
      • Residential Areas
      • General Retail
      • Special Exceptions
  • Transportation
    • Road Network
      • Freeways
      • Major Highways
      • Arterial Roads
      • Commercial Business District Streets
      • Primary Residential Streets
    • Intersection Improvements
    • Road Interconnections
    • Roadway Character and Streetscape
    • Road Right-of-Way Abandonments
    • Rustic Roads
    • Transit
    • Bikeways
    • Pedestrian Circulation
    • Deletions from the 1981 Plan
  • Community Facilities
    • Park and Recreation Facilities
      • Northwest Branch Watershed
      • Paint Branch Watershed
      • Patuxent River Watershed
    • Greenways
    • Equestrian Trails
    • Public Facilities
      • Schools
      • Public Safety
      • Fire and Rescue
      • Post Office
      • Libraries
  • Environmental Resources
    • Approach to Environmental Resource Protection
    • Stream Systems (Including Aquatic Habitat) and Water Quality
    • Water Resources
      • Northwest Branch Watershed
      • Paint Branch Watershed
      • Patuxent Watershed
    • Air Quality
    • Noise
    • Water and Sewerage Service
  • Historic Preservation
  • Implementation and Staging
    • Zoning
    • Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments
    • Comprehensive Water Supply and Sewerage Systems Plan
    • Streetscape
    • Staging
    • Capitol Improvements Program
  • Appendix I
    • Subwatershed Imperviousness Levels
  • Reference Materials
  • List of Figures
    1. Communities and Centers
    2. Transportation Network
    3. Community Facilities and Linkages
    4. Environment
    5. Relationship to Easter Montgomery County
    6. Regional Location
    7. Cloverly Master Plan Area
    8. Cloverly’s Communities
    9. Existing Land Use
    10. Land Use Plan
    11. RE-1 and RC Zoning Changes
    12. Cloverly Commercial Area
    13. Cloverly Commercial Area Zoning
    14. Cape May/New Hampshire Avenue Commercial Area
    15. Existing Zoning
    16. Zoning Plan
    17. Neighborhoods of Cloverly
    18. Street and Highway Plan
    19. Norbeck Road Extended and Spencerville Road
    20. Streetscape Treatments
    21. New Hampshire Avenue Streetscape
    22. Rustic Roads
    23. Bikeway Plan
    24. Park Plan
    25. Greenways
    26. Equestrian Trail System
    27. Community Facilities Plan
    28. Watersheds
    29. Special Protection, Environmental Preservation & Restoration Areas
    30. Protection of Sensitive Areas
    31. Historic Resources
  • List of Tables
    1. Existing Land Use
    2. Existing and Proposed Zoning
    3. Montgomery County Road Classifications
    4. Street & Highway Classification
    5. Bikeway Plan
    6. The Cloverly Master Plan Area’s Historic Resources
    7. Recommended Additions to Capitol Improvements Program to Serve the Cloverly Master Plan Area
  • Appendix
    • Figure 1: Assumptions Used in Calculating Subwatershed Imperviousness for Existing Conditions
    • Table 1: 1990 Land Cover Conditions
Last Updated: October 26, 2017