Community Meeting Information

Our hearing with the Howard County Zoning Board will continue on March 10th, 2021. To ensure the safety of everyone participating in the zoning process, the hearing will take place virtually using Webex. We will update you as new information becomes available on how you can participate and support the project.

Please visit to register in advance of the upcoming Webex hearing. Only those individuals who would like to testify are required to register and set up an account with Webex. To simply watch the proceedings, you do not need to use Webex.

We anticipate the hearing will go several hours each evening. In fact, the hearing will most likely require multiple days. Our team will continue to let you know when we are provided information regarding these additional dates and times. Thank you again for all the support and energy you have shown our project. We are excited to present our application because we know how important local continuing care services are to our supporters and the residents of Howard County.

Previous Meeting Information

The proposed Erickson Living at Limestone Valley community began with an open house meeting held on June 15, 2017 at the Gathering Place in Clarksville, MD. Since this meeting, Erickson Living has continued to engage and seek input from neighbors, community groups and stakeholders in more than 50 additional meetings outside the formal process over the past two years.

The approvals for Erickson Living at Limestone Valley is a two steps process:

  1. An act of legislation to extend water and sewer service to the property
  2. Rezoning of the property to permit an Erickson Living community

On July 27, 2018, the Howard County Council unanimously approved CB-59-2018, which extends the Planned Service Area of Howard County to include Limestone Valley and permits the extension of water and sewer service to the property. We are currently in the rezoning process. The proposed Limestone Valley community received a unanimous vote recommending approval by the Howard County Planning Board on March 21, 2019.