Climate & Environment
The mission of the Climate and Environment Committee is to inspire and facilitate energy conservation and environmental stewardship by the Town and its residents through education, government policies, and incentives.
The mission of the Community Relations Committee is to create a deep sense of community and neighborliness among the Town's residents by organizing varied events and activities for residents of all ages and interests for their enjoyment and to provide them with occasions to meet and interact with one another; continuing to evaluate and consider additional ways to improve communications to and between Town residents; providing new Town residents with the information they need to be active participants in the Town; and sponsoring opportunities to support those in need in the greater area of Montgomery County.
The mission of the Land Use Committee is to consider and recommend solutions to issues and concerns relating to land use and construction in the Town of Chevy Chase that may be identified by the Town Council, town residents, or the committee itself, to advise the council on the use of existing town authority to control development and redevelopment, and to identify laws, policies, and practices related to development that the town may wish to use.
The Long-Range Planning Committee identifies, monitors and analyzes emerging trends and local, county and state activities that could affect the Town's quality of life and recommends appropriate Council actions. It also monitors implementation of the Town's Strategic Plan.
Subcommittee on Regional Growth & Development
The special subcommittee of the Long Range Planning Committee was formed to help the Town Council develop a coordinated approach to Thrive Montgomery 2050 and the County Growth Policy 2020-2024, working with members of the Land Use Committee and with our neighboring communities.
Public Services Committee
The Public Services Committee of the Town of Chevy Chase is charged with helping the town deliver high quality services and promote a safe environment for our residents. Public services of interest include those provided solely by the town as well as those services that are partially or fully provided by other governmental and/or private entities. These services include public safety, water run-off, utilities, and town maintenance.
Special Committee on the 4-H Property
The mission of the 4-H Center Special Committee is to advise the Town Council on the prospective sale of the 4-H property and methods/means to advance Town interests in the future use of the property.