Section 3 & 5

Chevy CHase,

Originally a Special Tax District, Chevy Chase Section 3 incorporated in 1982 as a village. The village's name is derived from it's designation as a special taxing district in Montgomery County. Section 3's boundaries are Taylor Street on the North, Bradley Lane on the South, Connecticut Avenue on the West, and Brookville Road on the East. Village ordinances and permit forms can be found on Section 3's official website.

Located just to the North of Section 3 is Chevy Chase Section 5. Originally established in 1922, Section 5 also incorporated in 1982. Village permits and regulations can be reviewed on Section 5's official website.

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