Countywide Planning FAQs
- Do I need a permit to cut down trees in my yard?
- Do I need a Tree Conservation Plan or can I receive a waiver?
- What information do I need to apply for an exemption?
- What environmental information is available on the web?
- Is my property in the Chesapeake Bay Critical Area?
- Are there wetlands on my property?
- Is there a floodplain on my property?
- My basement has flooded from all this rain! What can I do?
- How do I register my boat or obtain information about hunting and fishing licenses?
- When are the Hunter Safety Courses?
- What can I do about nuisance or injured wildlife in or around my home?
- What is historically significant in Prince George's County?
- Who can answer my questions regarding county history and property research?
- When do I need a Historic Area Work Permit (HAWP) for work on my historic property?
- How do I find out whether my property is designated as historic?
- How are historic sites and historic districts created?
- How do I know which categories my property is in?
- Why is it important for me to know a property's water and sewer service category if I am going to build a house or develop a piece of land?
- Which school will my child attend?
- What does the "school facilities surcharge" mean?
- When will a school be built in my neighborhood?
- What is the "sewer envelope"?
- What is meant by Adequate Public Facilities?
- When are the planned facilities on the Master Plan going to be built?
- How can I find projections for future population, dwelling unit, household, and employment growth for the county?
- How do I obtain traffic counts along roadways?
- How can I find out how many accidents occur along a particular roadway?
- What is the existing, or planned, right-of-way for a particular street?
- Why has the county proposed a Master Plan facility across, or adjacent to, my property without informing me?
- What is the Master Plan of Transportation?