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Title: 2005 Prince George's County Office Market Trends   (December 2005)
 
An analysis of the commercial office, flex, and industrial space in suburban Maryland completed in 2004 by Hunter Interests Inc., under contract with The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), revealed a soft office market, a stronger flex space market, and the largest industrial market in the suburban sector of the metropolitan area. Hunter anticipates that "market trends in Prince George's County should continue to benefit from the strength of the regional economy." As   ... Read More
Price: $10.00  
Title: 2009 Prince George's County Community Indicators Study   (December 2009)
 
The 2009 Prince George's County Quality of Life and Community Indicators Study provides data to inform current policy discussions and decision-making. The study serves as a dynamic measurement tool that can support a variety of initiatives concerning the well-being of the people who live, work, play, go to school, or visit the county. This study presents subjective-qualitative and objective-quantitative indicators to monitor trends in economic, social, community, and environmental conditions in the county and the   ... Read More
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Title: 2011 Economic Development Toolbox Update   (February 2011)
 
The 2011 Economic Development Toolbox updates the 2008 Toolbox. The Toolbox is a catalogue of resources and information about available government and private sector opportunities for support and assistance in economic development policies, strategies and projects. It provides a practical, readily accessible guide to elected officials, county agencies, local community and economic development practitioners, community technical assistance providers, private investors and developers, non-profits, community leaders, and the general public.  
Price: $7.00  
Title: 2014 Pupil Yield Study of Public Schools in Prince George's County, MD   (September 2014)
 
The 2014 Pupil Yield Study of Public Schools in Prince George's County, MD includes an update of the methodology used to calculate public school pupil yield factors to estimate the number of elementary, middle, and high school students generated by newly constructed residential dwelling units in the county. The study provides updates of the 2008 pupil yield factors by school level and housing type as well as the current public school clusters used for planning purposes during the development review process.  
Price: Printed by request  
Title: 2017 Resource Conservation Plan Technical Summary of Research, Analyses, and Supporting Documents   (July 2016)
 
This Technical Summary provides the research studies and analyses, and the web links to existing approved plans, that support the policies and strategies contained in the Resource Conservation Plan (RCP). They were completed over a period of several years leading up to the preparation of the RCP Preliminary Plan. Of particular interest are the analyses of the implementation of the policies and strategies of relevant master plans over the past 15 years.  
Price: Free  
Title: 2018 Environmental Technical Manual   (August 2019)
 
This Environmental Technical Manual provides guidance and direction on how to prepare environmentally related plans and documents for submission to Prince George's County in conformance with the appropriate sections of County Code.  
Price: Free  
Title: 30% Design of the Central Avenue Connector Trail (CACT): Phase I-Addison Road segment   (January 2017)
 
The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC), Prince George's County Planning Department has initiated the 30% Design of the Central Avenue Connector Trail (CACT): Phase I—Addison Road segment. This design report presents a summary of the trail design, stakeholder and community engagement tasks undertaken, and an implementation plan with the goal of advancing the project toward construction. Phase 1 (Implementation) consists of a one-mile segment of roadside trail along MD 214 (Central Avenue) in the   ... Read More
Price: Free  
Title: A ULI Advisory Services Panel Report, Guidance for the Development of Largo Town Center   (June 2016)
 
Prince George's County leaders have shown an interest in the expedited development of Largo Town Center. The area is experiencing momentum as an employment center with the county's purchase of property and the approval by the Planning Board of the detailed site plan (DSP-14028) for the Prince George's County Regional Hospital on June 23, 2015. The county is interested in taking advantage of the recent activities by continuing this momentum for the expedited development of   ... Read More
Price: Free  
Title: African-American Historic and Cultural Resources in Prince Georges County, Maryland   (February 2012)
 
This book presents individual properties and communities that are significant to the African-American history of Prince George's Count. The 181 properties include residences, churches and cemeteries, schools, fraternal lodges, a monument, an airfield, an amusement park, archeological sites, and commercial establishments; the 19 historic communities include both urban subdivisions and rural villages, as well as early towns and retreat communities. For most individual properties there is at least one illustration or photograph, an architectural description,   ... Read More
Price: $7.00  
Title: Airport Land Use Compatibility and Air Safety Study   (November 2000)
 
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. The project is an outgrowth of several aircraft accidents in the neighborhoods close to Potomac Airfield during the mid-1990s and resulting residents' concerns. To help the   ... Read More
Price: Free  


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