Housing

 

Housing options near transit provide access to jobs, schools and amenities such as businesses and health care providers.


 


Housing opportunities are available for people of all income levels in communities throughout the corridor, especially current low-, middle-income, and transit-dependent residents.

 

 


Our Work

                                                     PLCC has convened a housing work group to carry out the goals of the Community Agreement Action Plan: 

                                                                                          -> Build and maintain a thriving and balanced housing market
                                                                                          -> Mitigate market disruptions with adverse impacts on existing residents
                                                                                          -> Foster homeownership opportunities through the corridor

The PLCC’s Housing Action Goal Team is developing a Housing Action Plan to guide the Coalition’s work over the next three years before the Purple Line opens. We have been getting input from staff and elected leaders in both counties, and meeting with community organizations, developers, civic and faith-based organizations. A housing survey was conducted in summer 2019 with almost 600 residents responding. Recently approved County plans, policies and zoning updates that also reflect significant community input also inform the 12 draft Housing Action Plan recommendations.

View the draft housing action plan here: in English

Before finalizing the plan in late October, we invite you to review the draft plan and share with us any feedback or ways that you would like to engage with us on this work in the months ahead. 

The PLCC Housing Action Plan is designed as a living document that will evolve with the Coalition to frame and steer our strategic focus as we collectively work to preserve the affordability and vitality of communities along the Purple Line. Creating the Coalition’s plan marks an important milestone in our progress, but there is much more work and change still to come. 

We greatly value your ongoing support and look forward to hearing your thoughts and feedback on this final draft. We will continue to share updates in the coming months!

 

We invite you to review the draft plan and share with us any feedback or ways that you would like to engage with us on this work in the months ahead.

For more information, please contact a co-chair:

Chris Gillis cgillis@mhpartners.org
Stephanie Prange Proestel sproestel@hiphomes.org
Jessica Sorrell  jsorrell@enterprisecommunity.org


 

PLCC HOUSING ACTION TEAM

CASA & Fair Development Coalition ⬩ Coalition for Smarter Growth (CSG) ⬩ Community Preservation and Development Corporation ⬩ Enterprise Community Partners (Co-Chair) Housing Initiative Partners (HIP) (Co-Chair) ⬩ Kaiser Permanente ⬩ Montgomery County Planning Department ⬩ Montgomery County Department of Housing and Community Affairs ⬩ Montgomery Housing Partnership  (Co-Chair) National Center for Smart Growth (NCSG) Prince George’s County Department of Housing and Community Development ⬩ Prince George’s County Planning Department ⬩ Purple Line NOW

For more information, please contact a co-chair:

Chris Gillis cgillis@mhpartners.org

Maryann Dillon MDillon@hiphomes.org

Jessica Sorrell  jsorrell@enterprisecommunity.org


 

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