Past Event Materials

Event materials: Walk Audit of Central Ave debrief (Prince George's County)

Event materials: Walk Audit of Central Ave debrief (Prince George’s County)

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Event materials from the debrief on the CSG/WABA/RISE Prince George's-organized Central High School community walk audit to examine the safety and access of this area with the Central High School community.
How to get involved in our Blueprint for a Better Region

How to get involved in our Blueprint for a Better Region

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Traffic. Expensive housing. Dangerous streets for walking and bicycling. Disappearing farms and forests. It’s all interconnected. Learn how, and what you can do to solve these challenges on June 25!

Event Materials: Affordable Housing Financing 101 (May 2024)

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Hear from experts Patrick McAnaney of Somerset Development Company and Chris Gillis of Montgomery Housing Partnership about how affordable housing providers meet financing needs, and how local, state, and federal government can help—as well as a briefing on the County Councils' work on affordable housing from Council President Andrew Friedson.
Engineers discussion a road diet for Central Av./MD 414. Photo by Cheryl Cort

Event Materials: Complete Streets Training for Prince George’s County

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Toole Design expert trainers, Jeremy Chrzan and Cipriana Patterson conducted a four-hour, in-person training covering key elements of NACTO’s Urban Street Design Guide, Prince George’s County’s Urban Street Design Standards, as well as practical content from the US Access Board’s Accessibility Guidelines for Pedestrian Facilities in the Public Right of Way (PROWAG) and the forthcoming AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities (Bike Guide). The training explained the practical relevance of complete streets guidance to address safety and comfort for people walking, biking, and taking transit.
Event: Attainable Housing in Montgomery County (Feb 2024)

Event: Attainable Housing in Montgomery County (Feb 2024)

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At Montgomery for All's February meeting, we heard from Montgomery County Council President Andrew Friedson and housing planner Lisa Govoni about upcoming action on Montgomery County housing targets and the Attainable Housing Strategies Initiative. We also heard from YIMBYs of NoVA co-founder Luca Gattoni-Celli about how advocates worked together and