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THE CITY OF GREENBELT

Planning

projects lead and managed

Planning

The Department of Planning and Community Development exists to ensure the quality and safety of Greenbelt’s residential and commercial communities, protecting the legacy of Greenbelt through planning, inspections, and enforcement.

Planning. Duties of the Planning office include reviewing development proposals ;planning, coordinating, and managing capital projects; compiling demographic data and preparing population and housing projections; planning and coordinating environmental enhancement projects; serving as liaison to the Advisory PlanningBoard and the Board of Appeals; and preparing special studies.

Community Development/Code Enforcement. is responsible for activities relating to the protection of the health, safety, and welfare of the community through the enforcement of housing, building, sediment control, and construction codes. Inspectors oversee the licensing of rental and commercial properties; verification of electrical, sanitation, structural, fire, plumbing, mechanical, and life safety codes; stormwater management; and compliance with environmental laws. The office is also responsible for burglar alarm licensing, handbill and noise ordinance enforcement, and building permits.

projects
CONTACT
Terri Hruby, Director of Planning & Development
Email
pcd@greenbeltmd.gov
phone
(301) 345-5417
projects lead
4
SUM PROJECT COSTS
$
ARPA PROJECTS

Projects lead by

Planning

Bus Stop Safety & Accessibility

Implement the study's recommendations for bus stop safety and accessibility improvements
Infrastructure
PROJECT COST
$
Details

Code Enforcement Improvements

Purchase and make the necessary technological improvements for code enforcement
Infrastructure
PROJECT COST
$
Details

Greenbrook Trails

Greenbrook Trails
Infrastructure
PROJECT COST
$
Details

Pedestrian / Bicycle Master Plan Implementation

Implement the master plan for pedestrian and bicycles, including traffic calming solutions
Household Needs
PROJECT COST
$
Details

Stormwater Drainage Study

Conduct a study of the City's storm water drainage and water issues
Infrastructure
PROJECT COST
$
Details
by the numbers

Department ARPA Funds

The City of Greenbelt has curated these projects after countless hours spent gathering input from the community, discussing at City Council work sessions, and after carefully drawing up plans for each project. For an overview of how each department is directly contributing to ARPA projects, view the numbers below.
15000
200000
45065
300000
300000
15000
Code Enforcement Improvements
200000
Stormwater Drainage Study
45065
Greenbrook Trails
300000
Pedestrian / Bicycle Master Plan Implementation
300000
Bus Stop Safety & Accessibility