Maryland APA

The Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association

Our annual conference occurred on Friday, June 2, 2017 in Annapolis and was a success! The presentations are now up and can be selected for download here

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2017 MPCA OUTREACH PROJECT
The Maryland Planning Commissioners Association's Outreach (MPCA) project kicked-off on Friday, June 2 at the Maryland APA Conference in Annapolis. MPCA, in collaboration with the Maryland Department of Planning, will conduct the effort over the Summer of 2017 with an online survey and a series of seven regional focus group meetings throughout the state.  Please see the info here.

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Welcome to the Maryland Chapter of the American Planning Association's Website.  Our mission is to make great communities happen in Maryland by offering continuing professional development and other valuable services to our members that will enable them to excel in their practice. We advocate for excellence in planning, promoting education and citizen empowerment, and providing our members with the tools and support necessary to meet the challenges of growth and change. We hold a bi-annual conference, produce a quarterly newsletter, offer continuous opportunities to network, and experience new and varied educational opportunities across the state.

Walter Reed Dreams

  • Walter Reed National Military Medical Center 8901 Rockville Pike Bethesda, MD, 20889 United States

http://walterreeddreams.com/

CulturalDC and the DC Office of Planning have joined forces with residents and businesses of Ward 4 to present “Walter Reed Dreams,” a community-driven arts and culture tribute.

Capturing stories, dreams, and insights from the residents of Ward 4.

Join Mayor Muriel Bowser, Councilmember Brandon Todd, and Ward 4 community members in the celebration of the history and future of the Walter Reed Army Medical Site on April 29, 2017 from 2-5pm.

CulturalDC has joined forces with residents and businesses of Ward 4 to present "Walter Reed Dreams," a community-driven arts and culture tribute, featuring multiple activities as part of the redevelopment of the Walter Reed campus.

In 1904, Major William C. Borden envisioned a complex that would combine medical treatment, research, and education together-- the framework for the future Walter Reed Army Medical Center. It was called “Borden’s Dream” by a doubtful congressman, and the ambitious moniker remained.