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Takoma Central District Plan


The Takoma Central District Plan, completed in 2002, is the product of a community-driven planning process for the Takoma neighborhood commercial district of Washington, DC. The plan defines near-term and mid-term strategies for revitalization and articulates broad development goals, urban design guidelines and priority actions necessary to encourage and facilitate reinvestment in the district.

The Council of the District of Columbia approved this plan on June 4, 2002, through Resolution 14-460. (*(Archival information on the public engagement process, hearing transcript, and public comment responses can be requested through the project manager.)