The Placemaking Section collaborates with communities and government agencies to rethink and rebuild public spaces in Prince George’s County. This work is achieved through:
Our work is centered on placemaking, a set of practices that develops public space and a sense of identity in a place.
The Section focuses on three programs:
You can learn more on the pages for each project.
Carole Highlands Pedestrian Safety and Accessibility Study
Countywide Wayfinding Study
Largo Wayfinding, Branding, and Placemaking Strategy
New Carrollton Downtown Access and Connectivity Strategy
Southern Avenue Pedestrian Accessibility Study
Subregion One Land Redevelopment Study
Takoma Langley Crossroads Parking Study
Takoma Langley Crossroads Planning and Implementation Study
Westphalia/Urban Land Institute-Washington (ULI Washington) Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) and Urban Plan