to the website of Allegheny Places, the official Allegheny County comprehensive plan.
Allegheny Places, adopted in November 2008, is Allegheny County’s award winning comprehensive land use plan.
What is a County Comprehensive Plan? Counties are required by state law to adopt a land use and growth management plan which establishes broad goals and criteria to guide municipalities in the preparation of their plans.
Allegheny Places meets the requirements of state law - but is so much more! Allegheny Places is a unique blueprint for a sustainable future envisioned by the citizens of the County, where:
On this website you will find detailed information about Allegheny Places. Municipalities and others are invited to explore the website's resources which include:
ACED’s Planning Division would be happy to meet with your municipality or organization to talk about Allegheny Places. Just give us a call at 412-350-1030.
The Southwest Chapter of the American Planning Association, PA Chapter is hosting the 2015 State Conference October 18th-20th at the Westin Convention Center in Pittsburgh. We are very excited to announce confirmation of our keynote speaker, internationally renowned urban planner Gil Penalosa of 8-80 Cities, and James Brasuell, Editor of Planetizen as our Pitkin Luncheon speaker. Online registration will be available in July.
Allegheny County has an active transportation plan. Completed in 2010, Active Allegheny provides a wealth of information for communities seeking to integrate non-vehicular modes, such as walking and biking, into the transportation system. The plan provides a blueprint for improved health and improved access to connect our communities, work sites, schools, attractions, and homes. Click on Quick Links below to see the plan. Call Ann Ogoreuc, Manager of Transportation Initiatives, at (412) 350-4549 if you have any questions.
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