Planning Commission Highlights 2019 Landscapes3 Progress with Series of Articles and Success Stories

Each year, the Chester County Planning Commission tracks a number of metrics and successes across the county pertaining to the six goals found within Landscapes3, the county’s comprehensive plan.

By tracking these metrics and successes on an annual basis, the county is able to determine just how well the implementation of Landscapes3 is going by measuring how we: protect, preserve, appreciate, live, prosper, and connect.

In the coming months, we will be featuring a number of engaging stories highlighting the different achievements, accomplishments, successes, events, and other activities that occurred throughout Chester County in 2019.

“We are thrilled to share these great success stories and metrics with Chester County, as this is something that touches everyone in some way, shape or form – whether you’re a local resident, a business owner, or a visitor,” said Planning Commission Executive Director, Brian O’Leary. “We count on these metrics and successes to ensure that we’re all doing the best we can for Chester County.”

Examples of some successes in 2019 include the release of the county’s Return on Environment report, the establishment of the Chester County Environmental and Energy Advisory Board (EEAB), the 25th Anniversary of the Town Tours and Village Walks program, the convening of the Chester County Housing Choices Committee, and the completion of the Urban Centers Design Guide.

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