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For more than five decades, the Valleys Planning Council (VPC) has been at the forefront of land use planning and preservation techniques in northwestern Baltimore County. Our efforts have yielded lasting, positive impacts that will serve citizens for generations to come.

VPC is a 501(c)3 non-profit membership organization established in 1962. Its mission is to conserve land and resources, preserve historic character and maintain the rural feel and land uses in the valleys.  The work of the VPC is guided by a 40-member board and 10-member executive committee.  It also employs a full-time executive director and an executive assistant.

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VPC Announces NEW “Young Associate” Membership Level!

First meeting of the Young Associates Steering Committee VPC is pleased to announce a new “young associates” membership level (up to $50) to engage the next generation of conservation minded leaders who care about preserving open space in [...]

January 8th, 2016|Tags: , |

VALLEYS PLANNING COUNCIL NAMES NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

The Valleys Planning Council is pleased to announce Elizabeth Buxton as its next executive director. "Liz" assumed the position on March 2 and replaces Teresa Moore who has served in that position for the past ten years. Teresa will continue to assist VPC [...]

March 4th, 2015|Tags: , |

Update on Proposed Major Subdivision on JCC Site

In late November, representatives from the Greater Greenspring Association and VPC met with the attorney representing the Associated Jewish Charities (AJC) in the 56-lot subdivision proposed for the Jewish Community Center (JCC) site on Garrison Forest Road. At [...]

November 25th, 2014|Tags: |