Prince Frederick Town Center Master Plan and Zoning Update

The next meeting will be held virtually on 

Thursday, Nov. 19, 2020. 

Time and links to participate will be provided as soon as possible. Interested persons may submit questions and comments to staff at the Town Center Master Plan Update mailbox. 



We are planning for the future!Logo_TownCenterMasterPlan_PrinceFrederick_color

The Calvert County Planning & Zoning office is in the process of updating the Prince Frederick Town Center Master Plan and Zoning Regulations.   The Calvert County Board of County Commissioners adopted The Prince Frederick Master Plan and Zoning Ordinance originally in 1989. 

These planning efforts are initiated through respective planning departments and planning boards for each county. Close coordination between the county and the Planning Commission is essential to ensure that current and future county government needs are addressed. The Department of Planning & Zoning coordinates review and commentary on master plans on behalf of the Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners.

Information from Previous Meetings

October 15, 2020 Prince Frederick Master Plan & Zoning Update Public Meeting

March 2, 2020 Prince Frederick Master Plan & Zoning Update Open House/Public Meeting

January 30, 2020 Prince Frederick Master Plan & Zoning Update Open House/Public Meeting 


Prince Frederick Town Center Sign

The purpose of updating the Master Plan

  • Ensure the visions for the Town Center are still relevant
  • Changes to  town center demographics
  • The changing economic development trends, job creation, and retail
  • Emerging issues - housing cost and affordability, traffic congestion, etc.
  • Changes to federal and state programs.

Town Center Master Plans’ Relationship to other county plans:

Master Plan Relationship Image


  1. Upcoming Events
  2. Reference Documents
  3. Update Process

Public Meeting/Workshop

When:  Thursday, November 19, 2020
Time: To be announced
Location: Virtual - Details to be announced





How can people participate in the process:

  • Provide input at public meetings
  • Share ideas via surveys
  • Submit written comments and/or speak at the public meetings