USGBC Central Pennsylvania: Public meeting on infastructure plan for York | U.S. Green Building Council
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USGBC Central Pennsylvania members, as well as the public, are invited to attend a meeting to learn about and provide input on a planning project for green infrastructure in the City of York.

When: Thursday, January 28, at 7:00 p.m.

Where: Buchart Horn, First Floor Atrium, 445 West Philadelphia Street, York, PA 17401

This will be the first in a series of three public meetings as part of the planning process for the City of York. It will examine:

  • The extension of the Heritage Rail Trail through York City
  • The design of a “green” road through the Northwest Triangle
  • The master plan for Lafayette Plaza improvements
  • The development of a Green Action Plan for the City of York

The program is funded through a planning grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and more than a dozen local stakeholders. 

The first meeting on January 28 will explore recreational, environmental and multimodal transportation opportunities in the area of the east bank of the Codorus Creek, from Market to George Streets. The public will be introduced to the project area, learn about the overarching goals of the project and be given the chance to offer input on how those goals are to be achieved.

Advance registration not required. For more details, email James E. Gross, Director of Public Work, City of York, or phone 717-849-2245.

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