Stonestreet Corridor

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View the July 16, 2018 Mayor and Council agenda and Stonestreet Corridor Study report

NEW!  The Stonestreet Corridor Study Final Report is now available

Comments or questions may be sent to Andrea Gilles at

About the Study

The Mayor and Council voted unanimously in February to move ahead with a comprehensive study of over 150 acres bordering the Stonestreet corridor.

The study will identify key sites for action, short- and long-term implementation steps, and seek to strengthen relationships through finding consensus and balance with business owners, tenants and neighborhoods in the corridor area. The study area, in general, covers the east and west sides of North and South Stonestreet avenues, from Westmore Road to the north to where South Stonestreet Avenue dead ends to the south.

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Community Meetings

Thursday, February 22, 2018: Meeting #5 (final community meeting)
Meeting focus: Draft Recommendations

December 5, 2017: Meeting #4
Meeting focus: Redevelopment concepts/visions along the Corridor.

October 24, 2017: Meeting #3
Meeting focus: Potential street improvement scenarios on N. Stonestreet Ave. and on Park Rd. near the Metro Station, between its intersections with N. Stonestreet Ave. and S. Stonestreet Ave.

July 13, 2017: Meeting #2
Meeting focus: Sites on the Corridor that are owned by Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS).

May 2, 2017: Project Kickoff Meeting
Community members gathered at the Lincoln Park Community Center to learn about project purpose, process, timeline, and how to stay involved. A staff presentation was followed by small group table discussions and report outs.

Previous Corridor Planning Efforts

The study will also build on several previous plans that have addressed the Stonestreet corridor. Detailed recommendations for the area are included in the Lincoln Park (2007) and East Rockville (2004) Neighborhood Plans, as well as the 2001 Town Center Master Plan. They broadly envision a pedestrian- and bicycle-oriented main street-style development, with a mix of uses along a converted boulevard.

For more information, contact Andrea Gilles at 240-314-8273 or