Have you ever considered a career as a Full Time or Part Time County Inspector?
A variety of full time and part time opportunities are now open. Full time positions include generous benefits.
Learn more about the positions, salaries, benefits of working in the public sector and apply online here.
Submit questions and comments to SugarloafAreaPlan@FrederickCountyMD.gov
The Frederick County Architectural Review Committee is soliciting letters of interest from individuals to serve on the new 5-member Committee which will review site development plans for proposed Critical Digital Infrastructure Facilities and provide recommendations to the Frederick County Planning Commission.
If interested in serving, please send a letter of interest and a current resume to fcgboards@FrederickCountyMD.gov or mail to Joyce M. Grossnickle Office of the County Executive, Winchester Hall, 12 East Church Street, Frederick, MD 21701 (301-600-1102).
The deadline to apply is 4:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 30, 2022.
The Planning Commission is starting review of the draft South Frederick Corridors Plan (SFCP) - a planning effort representing an important step toward realizing goals outlined in the Livable Frederick Master Plan (LFMP). The SFCP is a critical element of the County's strategy to preserve agricultural land and natural resources by creating attractive and comfortable places perfectly suited to serve needs of a variety of County residents and businesses. Meeting the challenge of determining our own future started with the LFMP and continues with the SFCP. To learn more about this blueprint for growing our County responsibly, the draft document and other information about the plan can be found on the project web page.
The Expedited Permit & Inspection Certificate (EPIC) Program is designed to support small commercial and professional services that move into existing space, and to provide permit review and approval within one week.
Interested in a professional engineering position? An immediate opening is available for a traffic engineer which includes review of traffic elements of development review projects, traffic studies, travel demand modeling, & assisting in regional transportation planning studies. Learn more about the position, benefits of working in the public sector, and apply here.
Weekly sessions will be held every Thursday at 10 am. Staff will answer questions, provide general guidance and request feedback regarding both platforms: Planning and Permitting Application Portal, Rhythm for Civics and Plan Review Platform, Project Dox. This session is designed to address any topics and could include:
The Land Preservation, Parks and Recreation Plan (LPPRP) is updated every five years and is required by the State in order to maintain the County’s eligibility for Program Open Space funding. The plan is created in partnership with the County’s municipalities. Learn More.
Frederick County has a wealth of historic resources including pre-historic archeological sites, historic farmsteads, bridges, and rural villages. This page illustrates some historic resources and lists properties designated to the County Register of Historic Places. Learn More
The Division of Planning and Permitting helps to shape our physical communities with the goal of upholding the highest standards of livability. This involves planning and design, regulatory compliance, and conservation and preservation. Planning and design includes comprehensive, transportation, environmental, and water and sewer planning. Regulatory compliance includes development review, environmental compliance, and life safety. Conservation and preservation includes historic preservation, agricultural preservation, and forest resources.
Planning and Permitting Division
30 North Market Street
Frederick, MD 21701