Montgomery Awards – Call for Entries

The Montgomery County Planning Commission invites you to nominate a project for a 2021 Montgomery Award. The Montgomery Awards Program is a prestigious annual program that promotes outstanding design, innovative planning, and leadership and advocacy in Montgomery County. Since 1967, we have presented 222 awards that acknowledge the exceptional vision and commitment of communities, organizations, and professionals. All of our winners have enhanced our communities and contributed significantly to our great county.

We invite you to become part of this distinguished legacy by submitting a nomination for a 2021 Montgomery Award. We are looking for the best in planning, design, and advocacy in Montgomery County. Nominate a land development project for a Montgomery Award or a person or organization that has significantly contributed to advancing planning in Montgomery County for a Planning Advocate Award.

The Montgomery County Conservation District is partnering with the Planning Commission to offer an Environmental Stewardship Award as part of the Montgomery Awards Program. Nominate a project, completed in the past three years, that exemplifies the practices of environmental stewardship and conservation for water and soil quality.

All entries may be submitted online or by mail. The deadline for nominations is the end of day on March 31, 2021.

For more information, please click here.

March Board Meeting Cancelled

The March 11th MCCD Board of Directors meeting is cancelled.

Stormwater Maintenance for Homeowners Associations and Property Management Companies

A virtual workshop will be held March 17, 2021 from 9-11 AM.  For more information, please click below to view the flyer.


You may also register for the event here.

Municipal Territories Staff Coverage Revised

Note: The municipal territories covered by the MCCD Resource Conservationists has been revised.

Resource Conservationists Territory List 3-12-21

DEP Announces Tentative Rollout & Training Dates for ePermitting System

DEP has announced tentative rollout & training dates for their new ePermitting system for the Ch. 102 NPDES program. 

Tentative rollout date is 1/25, with external training provided on 1/21. For more information, please click link below:

ePermitting external training announcement



Mission Statement
To protect and improve the quality of life of the residents of Montgomery County and surrounding communities by providing, in cooperation with others, timely and efficient service, education, and technical guidance, for the wise use of our soil, water, and related resources.

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