Join the National Park Service for a virtual stakeholder meeting on Harmony Hall in Fort Washington, MD
When: Tuesday, March 2, 2021
To connect to audio: Use the hyperlink above or dial (877) 286-5733
(Conference ID: 345 484 831#)
The National Park Service (NPS) is preparing a Development Concept Plan for Harmony Hall in Fort Washington, MD. The NPS has identified your organization as a potential stakeholder in the planning effort.
Harmony Hall is a 65-acre property located at 10511 Livingston Road, Fort Washington. The property is bordered by Broad Creek, the Harmony Hall Regional Center, the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s treatment facility, private property owners, and Livingston Road.
The NPS has developed an initial range of potential concepts for the future use and enjoyment of Harmony Hall. The NPS will share these concepts with stakeholders and the public and provide multiple opportunities for feedback. The outcome of the effort will be a Development Concept Plan that contains a range of refined concepts that could then be considered as options for the NPS to implement. It’s likely that actions would require additional environmental and historic preservation compliance prior to implementation. The NPS will not pursue commercial development of the site.
Stakeholders are invited to attend a virtual meeting held on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 from 4:00 pm until 5:30 pm. Click here on March 2 to join the meeting and view the meeting presentation live. Audio for the meeting will be available via computer through the above hyperlink or by dialing (877) 286-5733 (Conference ID: 345 484 831#).
The meeting will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to share their vision for Harmony Hall’s future, provide feedback on an initial range of concepts, and identify any issues or concerns they might have with the project so that the NPS can appropriately consider them in the preparation of the Development Concept Plan.
NPS will also hold a 30-day public comment period to provide the public with an opportunity to share their vision for Harmony Hall’s future and provide feedback on the initial range of concepts. The comment period is anticipated to begin in March 2021. During the public comment period, the NPS will also host a virtual public meeting.