Comprehensive Housing Strategy
Prince George’s County has a vision to be a community of choice for families, businesses, and workers in the region. Affordable, high-quality, housing options—for a range of income levels, preferences, and phases of life—play a critical role in achieving this vision.
This summer, Prince George’s County kicked off its planning process to develop a Comprehensive Housing Strategy. This strategy will help us—as a community—create a roadmap to guide the County’s and its partners’ housing investments. The strategy will help build sustainable, diverse, and inclusive communities connected to economic opportunity.
Why is the County undertaking this planning process now? With a growing population, new housing developments and expanding employment opportunities, it is imperative that we factor in the needs of both existing and future residents, so that Prince George’s County continues to be a great place to live, work, and play.
We hope you’ll be a partner in this process. We need your help to create a plan that reflects the diverse needs and interests across Prince George’s County now and long into the future.
This website is dedicated to involving you in the Prince George’s County Comprehensive Housing Strategy planning process. Here, we will share details about upcoming public outreach activities, post project materials, and connect on social media. It will help you to get the latest information about Ways to Get Involved, to check for News & Updates, or connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.
We encourage you to attend the public meetings on this exciting initiative over the next several months that are designed to provide you with an opportunity to share your thoughts and opinions with other residents, as well as the Comprehensive Housing Strategy Project Team.
Thank you for your partnership in this important community work. We are looking forward to hearing from you throughout this planning process—and after it concludes, when the hard, but exciting work of implementing the Comprehensive Housing Strategy begins.
Rushern L. Baker, III
Prince George's County Executive
Derrick Leon Davis
Prince George's County Council