Draft revisions to water and sewer regulations in the Adequate Public Facilities Standards are now available for review. At its 7 p.m. May 8 meeting, at City Hall, the Planning Commission will consider whether to recommend approval of the draft changes to the Mayor and Council.
New developments are required to perform studies to to determine if the capacity of certain public facilities could accommodate new development and redevelopment and, if deemed appropriate, require that their impacts be mitigated prior to approval.
The test for school program capacity is based on data provided by Montgomery County Public Schools and is updated each Fiscal Year. The data for FY2019-2024 is shown at Supplemental School Data for FY2019-2024
The Comprehensive Transportation Review (CTR) [PDF] is referenced in the APFO for transportation-related measures. The process outlined in the CTR ensures that each development application meets the minimum transportation standards set forth in the city's APFO. For more information on the CTR, please contact Emad Elshafei at 240-314-8500.