What happens to my non-walk-through permit application after you complete your review?

The application is returned to the County's Department of Permitting Inspection and Enforcement (DPIE). The approved site plan is transmitted to Park and Planning staff located within the Permit Office of DPIE and must be picked up there by the applicant when the permit is issued. This plan must be available on site, and development and use must be in conformance with the approved site plan.

For more information and to check the status of your permit, please contact the DPIE Permit Office at 301-883-5900.

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1. I purchased my home years ago because the land behind me was wooded. Does anyone have the right to come in now and develop this property?
2. How long does it take to process my permit application?
3. What can I do to quicken the processing of my permit application?
4. What is a site plan, and why do I need to submit one with my permit application?
5. Does the Planning Department issue permits?
6. Why does the Planning Department need to see my permit application?
7. May I have a business in my home, and do I need a permit for it?
8. May I walk my permit application through the process?
9. Why can't I fast-track review of my permit application?
10. What happens to my non-walk-through permit application after you complete your review?