The Crawford County Planning Office is the full time staff for the Crawford County Board of Commissioners who coordinates long-term investments and community development with the Crawford County Planning Commission and local municipalities. The Planning Commission is a board of volunteers from across the County who make recommendations on subdivisions, land developments, and investments in communities across the County. The Commission was established in 1963 and is made up of a nine member board of County residents.
The Crawford County Planning Commission and Office is committed
to providing solution oriented services through community planning as required
by the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, so as to facilitate the
growth of the local economy, enhance the quality of life, and preserve the
natural environment for current and future generations.
"Planning for the future and preserving the past while building strong communities for a thriving Crawford County."
Crawford County is currently updating its Americans with Disabilities Act Self-Evaluation and Transition/Barrier Removal Plans. In order to enhance access to programs and services for individuals with disabilities, the County is asking for your input. Individuals can complete the General Public Survey to provide insight regarding their expereinces. Organizations that represent individuals with disabilities can complete the Organization Survey to provide insight on behalf of their clients.
Responses can be returned to Crawford County by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, mail to 903 Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335, or deliver to the Commissioners Office in the Crawford County Courthouse. Surveys are due to the County no later than close of business on January 14, 2019. For answers to questions please call the Crawford County Planning Office at (814) 333-7341.
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