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City of Annapolis

The City of Annapolis Comprehensive Plan

The Annapolis Comprehensive Plan was adopted on October 5, 2009 by City Council Resolution R-32-09.

The Division of Comprehensive Planning

The Division of Comprehensive Planning is responsible for the coordination of long-range planning activities including development and implementation of the Annapolis Comprehensive Plan, performing special land use and fiscal analyses, preparing streetscape design plans, grantsmanship, parks and recreation planning and implementation, performing traffic and transit related studies following the Policies and Guidelines (PDF), and other tasks as requested by the Mayor and City Council. Staff activity includes analysis and updating of City plans to guide development and provide a basis for comprehensive and coordinated review of projects and applications.

The City of Annapolis Bicycle Master Plan 2011

This Plan was developed under the guidance of the City of Annapolis Department of Transportation with support from a Steering Committee of stakeholders. Funding was provided by a grant from the Baltimore Regional Transportation Board.

Bike Annapolis Program

Bike Annapolis is an initiative of the City of Annapolis to build a partnership between Annapolis citizens, businesses and the City staff to encourage people to bike more often.

Wayfinding

Clean Commute Annapolis

The City of Annapolis received a grant from the Baltimore Metropolitan Council to improve its city-wide wayfinding for vehicles, pedestrians, and bicyclists. Building on previous efforts, this grant-funded master plan creates an inventory of existing wayfinding signage, identifies the preferred location and content for a comprehensive program of wayfinding signs, and incorporates the use of interactive and electronic signs. Headed by a 10-person steering committee, the plan was reviewed by the Historic Preservation Commission and Planning Commission.

Clean Commute initiatives are programs sponsored by The Annapolis Department of Transportation to help encourage commuters in and around Annapolis to choose an alternative to driving alone.

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