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Welcome to the Indiana County Office of Planning and Development
The Indiana County Board of Commissioners established the Indiana County Office of Planning & Development (ICOPD) in 1987 to meet the growing needs of our community. Since its establishment, the ICOPD’s role in County government has continuously evolved to meet the ever-changing needs of the County.
The Office of Planning & Development continues to take a proactive approach to addressing county-wide concerns and issues. Our cooperation with the 14 boroughs and 24 townships throughout the County contributes to the balance between existing land uses and growth considerations so that the quality of life in Indiana County can be improved for future generations.
The overall purpose of the Office of Planning & Development is to facilitate orderly growth and development that contributes to the health, safety, and welfare of the public.
Public Meeting Planned for Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
You're invited! On Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 3:30 p.m. the Indiana County Public Participation Panel and Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission will be hosting a meeting at the Indiana CareerLink located at 300 Indian Springs Road (Indiana, PA) to take input from the public on the following important draft documents that will advance investments in the region's transportation network.
These include the 1) Draft 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which identifies the region’s priority roadway, transit and multi-modal transportation improvements programmed for advancement over the next four years; 2) Environmental Justice Benefits and Burdens Assessment of the Draft 2017-2020 TIP; 3) Air Quality Conformity Determination for the Draft 2017-2020 TIP; and 4) Amendment to the region’s transportation plan Mapping the Future: The Southwestern PA Plan to reflect project phasing and cost information included in Draft 2017-2020 TIP.
The meeting will use an open house format with an informational presentation scheduled for the first 15 minutes. Following this there will be opportunities to look at maps, talk to representatives from SPC, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), transit operators, and planning departments, ask questions, and submit your comments.
Written comments may also be submitted to email@example.com, by mail to SPC Comments at Two Chatham Center, Suite 500, 112 Washington Place, Pittsburgh, PA 15219 or by fax to (412) 391-9160. All comments must be received by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 3, 2016.
Phone: (724) 465-3870
Fax 1: (724) 465-3150
Fax 2: (724) 465-3151
801 Water St.
Indiana, PA 15701-1705
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Monday - Friday EST