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Pikesville Commercial District Study

In response to the evolving needs of the Pikesville community, the Department of Planning has begun an initiative to study Pikesville’s Commercial Revitalization District. This effort will culminate in a report that will provide extensive background information to help guide future development and physical improvements, and will identify issues throughout the Pikesville commercial corridor.

Study Area

Map of Pikesville study area.
Select the map to view a larger version of the
Pikesville study area. (PDF)

The Pikesville Study Area is located in the Western Sector of Baltimore County and within the Urban Rural Demarcation Line (URDL). The study area encompasses approximately 2.1 square miles. The study area is bounded by I-695 to the northwest, the CSX Transportation Railroad to the southwest, Park Heights Avenue to the northeast, and the Baltimore City Line to the east. Reisterstown Road, also known as State Highway 140, bisects the study area lengthwise for a distance of approximately 2 miles. View an expanded map (PDF) of the study area.

Project Resources

Pikesville Revitalization Plan Update 2003 (PDF)

Western Baltimore County Pedestrian and Bicycle Access Plan (PDF)

Pikesville Commercial Revitalization Guidelines (PDF)

Commercial Design Review Panel (DRP) Manual (PDF)

Pikesville Commercial Revitalization District (CRD) Map (PDF)

Greenspring-East Pikesville Community Action Plan (PDF)

Sudbrook Park Community Plan (PDF)

Ralston Community Plan (PDF)

Baltimore County Master Plan 2020 (PDF)


Bill Skibinski, Western Sector Planner

Revised January 28, 2019         


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