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Posted on: October 19, 2021

QAC Releases Draft Comprehensive Plan and Kent Narrows Community Plan for Review

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QAC Releases Draft Comprehensive Plan and Kent Narrows Community Plan for Review

 

The Public Review Draft of the Queen Anne’s County Comprehensive Plan and the Kent Narrows Community Plan are available for public review. The draft plans can be accessed here:

https://www.qacplan2021.com

 

The public is invited to review the draft plans and provide comments to the project team for consideration. Input received during this engagement period will be considered prior to the Planning Commission’s public hearing and recommendation to the County Commissioners.

 

The public comment period for the draft Comprehensive Plan and Kent Narrows Community Plan will be open through December 13, 2021. Comments can be submitted online, via mail, or in person:

 

Queen Anne’s County Planning & Zoning

Attn: Comp Plan Comments

110 Vincit St., Suite 104

Centreville, MD 21617

  • In-Person – Drop off comments at the Planning & Zoning Department

 

Hard copies of the draft plans are available at the following locations

 

  • QAC Commissioners Office

107 N. Liberty Street

Centreville, MD 21617

 

  • QAC Planning and Zoning

110 Vincit Street

Centreville, MD 21617

 

  • QAC Public Library

121 S Commerce Street

Centreville, MD 21617

 

  • QAC Public Library – Kent Island Branch

200 Library Circle

Stevensville, MD 21666

 

  • Church Hill Town Hall

406 Main Street

Church Hill, MD 21623

 

  • Sudlersville Town Hall

200 South Church Street

Sudlersville, MD 21668

 

 

The Kent Narrows Community Plan can be viewed at the

  • Chesapeake Heritage & Visitors Center

425 Piney Narrows Road

Chester, MD 21619.

 

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