Local Government Planning

Anne Arundel County


Anne Arundel County is bordered on the east by the Chesapeake Bay, the north by Baltimore County, the west by Howard and Prince George's County, and on the South by Calvert County. The County seat is Annapolis.
Anne Arundel County Map

Regional Planning Agency

The Baltimore Metropolitan Council

Priority Funding Areas (PFA)

View the statewide Interactive PFA Map

Comprehensive Plans

Current Plan / Adoption Date
Anne Arundel Master Plan CMP-2021​​
Annapolis CMP-2009​
Highland Beach CMP-2020


​​For a list of the most current adopted plans for Anne Arundel County, please visit the Anne Arundel County Planning and Zoning webpage and select Community Planning or Countywide Planning. You may also contact local planning staff via the Planning and Zoning Customer Support​ page found on their website.

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Septic Law Implementation Plans

Jurisdiction Map & Documentation MDP Response
Anne Arundel County Map  Doc Response​​​​
Annapolis Map  Doc Response
Highland Beach Mapped by County

Minor Subdivision Definition Changes​


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Staff Assignments

Susan Llareus
Joseph Griffiths

Planning Contacts

Jenny Jarkowski
Planning and Zoning Officer
Anne Arundel County
Office of Planning and Zoning
Heritage Office Complex
2664 Riva Road
Annapolis, MD 21401​
(410) 222-7450
Eric Leshinsky
City of Annapolis
Comprehensive Planning Division
145 Gorman Street
Annapolis, MD 21401
G. William Hunter
Town of Highland Beach
Planning and Zoning
3243 Walnut Drive
Highland Beach, MD 21403

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