Update On Proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendments For Calvert Town Center Expansions

PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The Calvert County Department of Planning & Zoning is currently preparing draft amendments to the Calvert County Comprehensive Plan regarding town center expansions for the Prince Frederick, Huntingtown, Solomons and Lusby Town Centers.

Following work sessions held June 7 and June 28, 2022, the Calvert County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) directed department staff to begin the amendment process to the Calvert County Comprehensive Plan, adopted in 2019, to remove the Phase 2 expansion of the Prince Frederick Town Center in its entirety.

In addition, the BOCC directed staff to remove the expansions for Huntingtown and Solomons Town Centers and to reduce the area of the Lusby Town Center expansion.

The amendment process is a formal process that will include opportunities for public input.

Any proposed comprehensive plan amendments to the Calvert County Comprehensive Plan regarding the Prince Frederick Town Center that are adopted will need to be incorporated into the draft Prince Frederick Town Center Master Plan.  

Visit www.CalvertCountyMd.gov/FutureCalvert for more information about the Calvert County Comprehensive Plan amendments and to learn about future events.

For more information about the Prince Frederick Town Center Master Plan update, visit:

www.CalvertCountyMd.gov/TownCenterUpdate, email TownCenterUpdate@calvertcountymd.gov or call 410-535-1600, ext. 2356.

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  1. It seems like every new addition to our town centers is just more of the same. Discount stores, tire/auto stores, liquer stores, junk stores and businesses that might be welcomed here but are always run out due to greedy rent increases by proberty owners that cause most of those to be temporary.
    We no longer even have a department store that carries higher end goods.
    Even a Kohls would be an improvement over the offerings now available in our area.
    We were drawn down here many years ago by the “Keep Calvert Country” concept when there wasn’t even a McDonalds in the county.
    Now we’re talking about more expansion that will only cause more congestion but add to the destruction of our ever shrinking “country” spaces.
    There’s NO need for even more appartment complexes in Calvert! There’s no need for more stores offering cheaply manufactured items.
    Can we PLEASE keep some of the country and relatively crime free atmosphere down here in Calvert????

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