Join Chester County’s Department of Facilities and Parks and Planning Commission at a public meeting about the Schuylkill River Trail Phase II project from 6 p.m.-7 p.m. October 17 at the East Coventry Township Municipal Building, 855 Ellis Woods Road, Pottstown. Continue Reading →
Landscapes3, the plan for Chester County’s future, moved another step toward completion during a public meeting Tuesday night.
After listening to limited public comments about the plan Tuesday, the Chester County Planning Commission board recommended that the Chester County Commissioners adopt Landscapes3. The Commissioners’ public hearing to consider adoption will be at 7 p.m. November 29th at Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center, 226 N. High St., West Chester. Continue Reading →
At the October 2nd public Sunshine Meeting, the Chester County Commissioners presented a proclamation for National Community Planning Month, recognizing the efforts of local, county, and regional planners who manage the growth and change of Chester County, providing better choices for how residents work and live.
During the presentation of the proclamation, the Commissioners highlighted Landscapes3, the county’s next long-range comprehensive plan, as an example of community planning. Continue Reading →
If you are a municipal official, staff member, main street manager, or consultant for one of Chester County’s municipalities, consider attending an upcoming Urban Centers Forum that will focus on fair housing, housing advocacy, housing tools, and development success stories.
The forum will take place from 4 p.m.-6 p.m. October 11 at the Downingtown S.T.E.M. Academy, 335 Manor Ave., Downingtown. This free event is open to representatives of Chester County’s municipalities on behalf of the Chester County Commissioners. Though the forum is geared toward urban centers, it may be of interest to municipal officials throughout Chester County since the topic is housing. RSVP today! Continue Reading →
Congratulations to the Chester County municipalities that are moving forward with plans that will help their communities thrive.
Malvern Borough recently completed a Multimodal Transportation Study that evaluated existing issues in the borough and identified ways to improve the transportation network. Primary concerns were pedestrian travel issues, regional multimodal connections, cut-through traffic, and safety for all transportation modes. Continue Reading →
For the past 25 years, Chester County Planning Commission Senior Community Planner Mark Gallant has helped municipalities develop road maps for the future of their communities. And he’s enjoyed every moment of it thanks to all the people he’s met along the way. Continue Reading →
Two pieces of land that are part of the Brandywine Battlefield were recently secured as protected open space – one of which was celebrated on September 11th, which was the 241st anniversary of the legendary American Revolutionary War Battle of Brandywine. Continue Reading →
Chester County continues to make progress in achieving the goals of Landscapes2, the county’s current long-range comprehensive policy plan, as shown in the annual Landscapes2 Index Report Card. Continue Reading →
The Chester County Planning Commission is due to complete a full draft plan for Landscapes3, the next long-range plan for Chester County’s future. The draft incorporates input from residents, municipal officials, and other stakeholders. Continue Reading →