Crawford County, Pennsylvania



Crawford County Planning Commission + Office

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 Announcements + Updates

​​​Crawford County Releases Blight Revitalization Program

Crawford County Planning is releasing a program aimed to tackle blight in our communities. The Blight Revitalization program, which has its own website, will fund demolition or clearance of blighted properties by granting up to $20,000. 

​To learn more:​​

Crawford County Planning Annual Report

Per the Municipalities Planning Code, Crawford County Planning has submitted the following to the Board of Commissioners. 

Crawford County Applications + Forms

Community Assistance + Development Review Services

Effective August 1, 2022, Crawford County has updated its subdivision and land development proposal review policy. Crawford County Planning, until further notice, will waive the ten day requirement for applications. Crawford County Planning reserves the right to withhold filing of applications until a completed submission is received. 
Economic Development Application(s)


The County of Crawford lies in northwestern Pennsylvania. Originally it was inhabited by the Iroquiois Indians and other tribes and nations. In later years, the land was acquired by a group of Dutch investors under title of the Holland Land Company and resold to settlers. The Commonwealth allocated land to its Revolutionary War soldiers as a bonus settlement. The county was formed in 1800 from a portion of Allegheny County and named after Colonel William Crawford, an early military hero and close friend of George Washington.


903 Diamond Park Meadville, PA 16335

Phone: (814) 333-7300
Toll free: 800-982-9019

Fax: (814) 337-0457

Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

State of Pennsylvania