Welcome to the Long Branch Sector community page.

The Long Branch area is a diverse residential and commercial splice of Montgomery County located at one of the intersections between Silver Spring and Takoma Park.

We aim to promote community dialogue, friendship, and goodwill for the residents and commercial enterprises within and around the greater Long Branch area.  

Our goal includes sharing news and information impacting those who live or work within Long Branch and we hope to bring awareness to community needs, such as revitalization, land use, crime prevention, and the future Purple Line.  Similarly, we hope to educate residents on Montgomery County's commitment - and direct action taken - to "improve the quality of life by supporting efforts to improve safety, civic engagement, and health" in the Long Branch area.  

If you have any questions, please reach out to us by clicking here or via Twitter @LongBranchMD.  We also encourage you to reference our community in your tweets with the hashtag #LongBranchMD.

You can also read general news and updates related to this site by visiting our blog section.

community Issues

The Long Branch community is rapidly growing and changing.  Our Issues page provides an overview of many of the issues and challenges facing our community.

Explore the Issues →

community maps

Click on the image above to view the different community maps we have created to showcase neighborhoods and zones comprising the Long Branch Sector.

See Maps →

Art in the Community

The greater Long Branch area has a number of public art installations on display, including both amateur and professional murals and sculptures.

See the Art →

Reported Issues and Concerns

The interactive map above is generated through SeeClickFix.

SeeClickFix's goal is to allow members of a community to play an integral role in public services by routing neighborhood concerns  - like potholes and light outages - to the appropriate office or official within a local government.  Many local governments, including our neighbors in the District of Columbia, officially partner wth SeeClickFix and utilize their technology as official or integrated non-emergency 311 service requests or reports.  

Other governments, such as Montgomery County, monitor and respond to public issues submitted via SeeClickFix.

Who Represents us?

Find out who represents the residents and commercial enterprises found within the Long Branch area.  

Learn More →

Our community sponsors:

Interested in becoming a community sponsor?  Find out more.