- CRITICAL AREA ORDINANCE UPDATE PROPOSAL Maryland Department of Planning (MDP), through a grant from the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR), selected Gradecak & Associates to update the Town of Denton Critical Area Ordinance. The proposal submitted to MDP by Gradecak & Associates is available for viewing at the following link.
- REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS (RFQ)
- Crouse Park Restaurant Developer - Link
- SB236 SEPTIC TIER IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE, VERSION 2.0 - Link
- SEPTIC TIER MAP - Link
- REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP's)
- ArtsWay Denton’s Arts and Entertainment District is unique as it reflects the Town’s own historical and cultural development. The District is located within both the Town’s Central Business District and Historical District. Click here. to view the project schematic.Chesapeake
- Culinary Center The Chesapeake Culinary Center is a collaborative project renovating the Old Caroline High School in phases for the use as a culinary school and business.
- 323 Market Street Renovation and Conversion to Business Micro-Enterprise
A Denton Development Corporation (DDC) project renovating and converting an existing structure into a business micro-enterprise to encourage entrepreneurship. The project is fully funded using the Maryland Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and is anticipated to be completed February 1, 2011. The Town of Denton will manage the construction phase of the project.
- Community Garden Project. Design-Build for the Pedestrian Pathways and Rainwater Harvesting Portion of the Denton Community Garden Project, project site located between Gay and Market Streets, and 3rd and 4th Streets. Click on the following link.
- Denton Pattern Book ( 14.3 MB)
Denton's Architectural Pattern Book describes our town's unique character and the essential characteristics of Denton's built form that our citizens know and cherish. The Pattern Book also presents the public vision for perpetuating these characteristics along with strategies, applicable to both revitalization and new development projects, for achieving that goal.
- Denton 2010 Comprehensive Plan 9 MB compressed, not recommended for printing
The Comprehensive Plan is the official statement of the Town setting policies concerning desirable future growth which serves as a general guide to public and private development decisions. Once adopted, it becomes the basis for the preparation of specific policies, programs and legislation, such as zoning and subdivision regulations, and other actions which implement the growth policies set forth in the Plan. Plan was officially adopted by the Denton Town Council on July 12, 2010.
- Economic Impact Assessment ( 463 KB)
An economic, fiscal and capital asset impact analysis of 13 proposed new developments in Denton.
- Denton Pavement Management Report ( 5.9 MB)
In order to meet the responsibility of maintaining Denton's streets and paved surfaces, state-of-the-art asset and maintenance management planning tools are utilized to ensure that the annual maintenance programs will meet current and future needs.
- LID Techniques at The Villages at Watt's Creek TND ( 2.4 MB)
This study was carried out to demonstrate how Low Impact Development controls can be integrated into a traditional neighborhood development (TND) community, to provide stormwater control while complementing the overall development design. Careful "Best Management Practice" (BMP) selection, proper placement, and appropriate sizing will maximize pollution and volume reductions in a cost effective manner.