Sparks Glencoe Community Planning Council
 

About The Sparks-Glencoe Community Planning Council

Mission Statement of SGCPC

The Sparks Glencoe Community Planning Council (SGCPC) is a non-profit, volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the rural character of northern Baltimore County by encouraging land preservation, and by protecting the reservoir watershed system that lies within the organization's boundaries. Through newsletters, public meetings, and hearings, the SGCPC seeks to inform and educate both the public and the government about the necessity of:

  • conserving farmland and green infrastructure,
  • preserving clean drinking water in our reservoirs, 
  • and keeping growth in accord with the level of public services available in the area.
  • The Goals of SGCPC

  • Educating residents and land use representatives about the natural resources in northern Baltimore County
  • Encouraging the protection and preservation of the rural, historical, and agricultural environment of northern Baltimore County
  • Promoting responsible community planning which maintains the rural character of the area
  • Advocating growth in keeping with the level of public services available in the area

  • Officers and Directors

    Kirsten Burger, President
    George Rew, Vice-President
    Theaux Le Gardeur, Vice-President
    Ty Young, Treasurer
    George Rew, Assistant Treasurer
    Wendy McIver, Recording Secretary
    Nedda Evans, Corresponding Secretary

    Additional Directors

    Lee Bishop
    Lawrie Deering
    Renae Olver
    Sue Parish
    Ron Seward
    Bob Stanhope
    Carol Stevenson
    Valerie Williams


    Sparks-Glencoe Community Planning Council

    PO Box 937
    Sparks, MD 21152
    Email: info@sgcpc.org

    About the SGCPC