Township Planning Documents
Valley Park Wetlands
Phoenixville Regional Comprehensive Plan
- Regional Plan adopted 2008 (PDF file, 14.5 MB)
(Please note that this file is a large download.)
- Appendix to the Regional Plan (PDF file, 628 KB)
Phoenixville Regional Planning Committee
The Phoenixville Regional Planning Committee (PRPC) is a coalition of municipalities coordinating efforts that advance regional common interests, and is comprised of Phoenixville Borough, Charlestown Township, East Pikeland Township, Schuylkill Township, and West Vincent Township. The PRPC operates within the parameters of a Regional Comprehensive Plan and Implementation Agreement to direct growth into the Region’s older communities and designated growth areas, to maximize the efficient use of existing public infrastructure, and to preserve the Region’s rural areas.
Chester County Comprehensive Plan
On November 9, 2009, the Chester County Board of Commissioners adopted Landscapes2 as the official long range policy plan for Chester County. The plan updates and replaces Landscapes, originally adopted in 1996.
Audubon Bird Town Program
Bird Town is a working partnership between the PA Audubon Society and a
municipality to promote conservation, land stewardship, and community-based
actions to create a healthy, more sustainable environment for people and
birds. The program started in 2010, and Schuylkill Township was one of the
Some residents may be familiar with the Audubon at Home
program which encourages individual property owners to improve their
backyard habitat, and Bird Town rolls up the actions of these individuals
and provides more tools that foster stewardship for the whole community.
Birds are the most visible and measurable indicators of environmental
health, and Pennsylvania is an important place for year-round birds and
migrant song birds, but habitat loss, fragmentation, and degradation
continue to cause population declines in birds, other wildlife and plants.
Bird Town’s mission is to reduce this trend by encouraging the use of
native plants, shrubs, and trees, by implementing stormwater management
practices, by reducing use of chemicals and pesticides, by reducing lawns,
and by creating a culture of conservation.
Property owners seeking more
information on Bird Town in Schuylkill Township or businesses interested in
sponsoring conservation activities should contact Mary Ellen Heisey
610.935.7701 or email@example.com.
For the latest news, see the latest version of the Bird Town Flyer, the newsletter of the Audubon Bird Town Pennsylvania program.
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