April 2017

Join the  Montgomery County Planning Department  at our next public meeting for the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan. Planning s taff will provide preliminary recommendations for transportation, zoning, parks and open space, sustainability, and urban design. 
 
Where:  Garrett Park Elementary School
 
When:    Thursday, April 27, 2017, 7 - 9 p.m.
 
Parking:   Limited parking available at the School for free.  

Metro: 
The Garrett Park Elementary School is located approximately 1 mile from the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro station. Follow the walkway out of the Metro station to the right and take the Strathmore Hall St. Exit to Tuckerman Lane. Follow the path across Tuckerman to Montrose Ave, turn left to take Montrose to Kenilworth Ave. Follow Kenilworth until you reach Oxford St. The school will be on the left. 

RSVP Now - RSVPs are not required but encouraged to help us in planning for the meeting. No need to print confirmations.

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Questions, comments? Please contact: 

Maren Hill, Senior Planner, Area 2
301-650-5613
Maren.Hill@montgomeryplanning.org 

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About the Grosvenor-Strathmore Metro Area Minor Master Plan

The Grosvenor-Strathmore Metrorail Station is located along Rockville Pike near Tuckerman Lane just north of the Capital Beltway (Interstate-495).  The Planning Department has initiated this plan to explore the potential for development that would advance the public policy goal of transit-oriented development at the Metro station.  The planning effort will also explore ways to enhance visibility and connectivity to the Strathmore Music Center, improve pedestrian linkages throughout the area and create a shared identity for this community through public space and art.