Greater Cheverly Sector Plan

Latest Update

On January 23, 2018 the Prince George's County District Council adopted CR-4-2018, approving the Greater Cheverly Sector Plan.  The approved sector plan will consist of the Preliminary Greater Cheverly Sector Plan, Planning Board Resolution of Adoption (PGCPB No. 17-83), and CR-4-2018 until the document is ready for release. 

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The Greater Cheverly Sector Plan amends the Prince George's 2035 Approved General Plan, replaces the 2005 Sector Plan for Tuxedo Road/Arbor Street/Cheverly Metro, and builds upon the recommendations of the 2014 Kenilworth Avenue and Town of Cheverly Industrial Study, a recent study that analyzes some of the industrial areas in the plan area.


The sector plan includes implementable recommendations that address the following elements:
  • Community Heritage, Culture, and Design
  • Economic Prosperity
  • Healthy Communities
  • Land Use
  • Natural Environment
  • Transportation and Mobility
The Greater Cheverly Preliminary Sector Plan Map
The Greater Cheverly Preliminary Sector Plan Background Topics include Land Use, Economic Prosperity
This 2,165-acre planning area contains the residential communities of Englewood, Landover Knolls, Newton Village, Oaklyn, Radiant Valley, and the Town of Cheverly. There are also industrial uses lining the area's southwest edges. The WMATA Metro Orange Line, Baltimore-Washington Parkway, and U.S. 50 provide direct access to the District of Columbia. The area is bounded roughly by the Town of Bladensburg to the north, District of Columbia to the south, U.S. 50 to the east, and the Anacostia River to the west.
GCSP Boundary Area Map

Project Objectives

  1. Improve pedestrian and cyclist safety, access, and connections within the plan area.
  2. Increase connectivity by all modes throughout the area, particularly the employment areas and the Cheverly Metro Station.
  3. Preserve and strengthen residential neighborhoods.
  4. Identify opportunities for infill and redevelopment of the Arbor Street/Tuxedo Road area and the Prince George's Hospital site.
  5. Conduct a focused assessment of environmental conditions, and develop strategies for improvement.