Special Projects / Research
- Brandywine Maintenance: Proposed Additions and Renovations Staff Report (MR-1817A) and Transmittal Letter
- Prince George's Competitive Retail Market Strategic Action Plan.
The Special Projects Section is responsible for providing technical advice on the need for public facilities, mandatory referral cases, and agricultural issues, as well as a wide variety of special projects involving research and the implementation of new planning tools. These three functions are provided through team members who work together toward preparing:
- Agricultural planning
- Mandatory referral reviews
- Master, functional, and sector plans
- Public facilities planning
The Public Facilities Team addresses comprehensive public facility planning at the County level. It is responsible for addressing a variety of public facilities including schools, water, sewer, fire, police, and libraries and providing technical support to the County’s Police Department, Fire/EMS Department, Library System, and the Board of Education.
The Mandatory Referral Team handles a review process for all public sector—federal, state, and local—development projects public and private utilities are reviewed. Full reviews benefit from Planning Board advice and recommendations, which can greatly improve a project. The intake process determines if a project is either exempt, subject to the entitlement process instead, or is appropriate for a mandatory referral review. For more information, visit the Mandatory Referral web page.
The Agricultural Planning Team prepares studies and plans that provide findings, policies, and strategies for
The Research Unit prepares a wide variety of research, forecasting, reporting and data collection activities on Prince George’s County. It makes available detailed information and information services on planning activities and processes. This unit performs data collection, analysis, and presentation for:
- Government agencies
- Private businesses
|Gül Guleryuz||Urban Agriculture
|Fatimah Hasan||Agricultural Preservation
|Ted Kowaluk||Real Estate Market Analysis
Special Research Studies
Housing Policy Analysis
|Vacant||Public Facilities Referral
Libraries and Corrections
|Christine Osei||WSSC Liaison
|Tiffany Williams Jennings||Schools, Fire/EMS, and Police
Water and Sewer