Glenmont Exchange

Mission of the Glenmont Exchange

The Glenmont Exchange grew out of the community meetings for the Glenmont Sector Master Plan. Those meetings forged new connections across the community. It was useful that we talked with each other. We exchanged perspectives and insights, enlightening all of us. We created the Glenmont Exchange as a forum where those connections could continue. The name Glenmont Exchange embodies that purpose. The first meeting of the Glenmont Exchange occurred on April 4, 2012.

The Glenmont Sector Plan meetings convened representatives of businesses, homeowners associations, civic associations, and individuals. That diverse collection of perspectives was part of its success in forging new connections. Glenmont Exchange membership welcomes members from that same diverse group of perspectives.

In accordance with its role as an information exchange forum, the Exchange generally avoids taking positions on local issues, except where there is a strong consensus amongst our members. Of course, members (businesses, associations, and individuals) can and do take positions as they wish.

What activities does the Glenmont Exchange pursue to further its purpose?

How can one participate with the Glenmont Exchange?

Glenmont Exchange Leadership

Glenmont Exchange's first meeting was April 4, 2012. Meetings are announced in advance by email. If you would like to be added to the email list, you may email

Approximate Glenmont Exchange Area of Interest

Given our origins during the development of the Glenmont Sector Plan, the area around the Glenmont Shopping Center and the Glenmont Metro Station is a central focus. Beyond that, we focus on the area Glenmont Exchange's aim is to promote community in the Glenmont area, bounded by Norbeck Road, Northwest Branch, Northwood Terrace, Arcola Avenue, Parker Avenue, Viers Mill Road, Connecticut Avenue, Georgia Avenue, and Norbeck Road. See the map below. Of course, we sometimes also take an interest in developments in the area adjacent to these approximate boundaries.

Glemont Exchange's approximate boundaries map

Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in the Glenmont area. Membership is not required to attend our meetings.