Edgewood Small Area Study

The study was commissioned by the administration of County Executive Barry Glassman to assess existing resources, analyze market opportunities and help drive revitalization efforts in Edgewood. The Edgewood Small Area Study, planned for approximately 400 acres in Edgewood bordering APG, is an implementation of APG’s Joint Land Use Study (JLUS), which advances the partnership between the community and the installation through resource planning and cooperative land use. A federal program that assists communities impacted by planning for the nation’s defense will fund the Edgewood Small Area Study. The study will result in plans to improve the quality of life in the community that borders APG by redeveloping Edgewood in a way that is compatible with APG’s missions, enhances area business opportunities, and advances stakeholder goals.

Click here for the Executive Summary
Click here for the full Edgewood Small Area Plan
Click here for the Appendices
Click here for the Powerpoint Presentation

Read the press release for the July and September Community Workshops here.


Edgewood Small Area Study Plan Presentation

For more information, contact

Project Coordinator: Jake Adler