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Local Government Planning

St. Mary's County

Profile

St. Mary's County is bordered to the north by Calvert County, to the east by the Patuxent River and the Chesapeake Bay, to the west by Charles County, and to the south by the Potomac River. The County seat is in Leonardtown. ​
St. Mary's County Map 

Regional Planning Agency

Tri-County Council for Southern Maryland

Priority Funding Areas (PFA)

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Comprehensive Plans

Jurisdiction Current Plan / Adoption Date
St. Mary's Master Plan
Lexington Park Master Plan
CMP-2010
MP-2016
Municipalities:
Leonardtown CMP-2010
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Septic Law Implementation Plans

Jurisdiction Map & Documentation MDP Response
St. Mary's County    
Municipalities:
Leonardtown    

Minor Subdivision Definition Changes​

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Staff Assignments

Sarah Lipkin Sularz
sarah.lipkinsularz@maryland.gov
410-767-3837

Planning Contacts

Laschelle McKay
Town Administrator
Town of Leonardtown
Planning Department
41660 Courthouse Drive
P.O. Box 1
Leonardtown, MD 20650
laschelle.mckay@leonardtownmd.gov
301-475-5481, 301-475-9791
William Hunt
Director
St. Mary's County
St. Mary's County Department of Land Use & Growth Management
23150 Leonardtown Hall Drive
P.O. Box 653
Leonardtown, MD 20650​
bill.hunt@stmarysmd.com
301-475-4200

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