Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Chevy Chase Small Area Plan and throughout the planning process. 

Following a year-long community planning process, the Bowser Administration, led by the DC Office of Planning (OP), has transmitted the Chevy Chase Small Area Plan to DC Council for adoption. The Small Area Plan guides government, private sector and community actions to bring new housing, retail, and community amenities to upper Connecticut Avenue NW.

CLICK HERE to view the final Chevy Chase Small Area Plan submitted to Council

CLICK HERE to view the Executive Summary of Changes from the public hearing draft to the Final Chevy Chase Small Area Plan (CCSAP) submitted to Council.

 

Council has scheduled a Public Roundtable on Tuesday, July 5, at 11:00am to discuss PR-0789 "Chevy Chase Small Area Plan Approval Resolution of 2022." To follow the legislative process and register to testify at the Public Roundtable, visit: https://lims.dccouncil.us/Legislation/PR24-0789.

 

About the Chevy Chase Small Area Plan

In Fiscal Year 2021, Council allocated funding for the DC Office of Planning (OP) to undertake a SAP in the Chevy Chase neighborhood along Connecticut Avenue, NW. Led by OP, the SAP will be developed in coordination with partner agencies undertaking the design plans for the Chevy Chase Community Center / Library redevelopment project and the Connecticut Avenue Reversible Lane Study.

The District's amended Comprehensive Plan proposes a moderate increase in density along Connecticut Avenue in Chevy Chase (in blue on map). The Chevy Chase SAP will explore how new buildings could look and function, to support the commercial district and provide new housing options including affordable housing, subject to future zoning changes. The Chevy Chase SAP boundary covers the two-blocks around the proposed land use change area, west to 41st Street, NW, south to Military Road, NW, and east to Nevada Avenue, NW. This area includes side streets with low density residential (semi-detached, detached homes) and Connecticut Avenue’s medium density residental (apartments and condominium homes). No land uses changes are proposed for these areas. Community participation is also not limited to the SAP boundary.

 

Who we are:

The Chevy Chase Small Area Plan is led by the DC Office of Planning (OP), with support from partner DC government agencies.

The plan is managed by: 

Erkin Ozberk, Ward 3 and 4 Planner, Project Manager (OP)

Heba ElGawish, Community Planner, Assistant Project Manager (OP)

Questions? Reach out to us at [email protected]. We look forward to hearing from you.