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The Planning Commission is represented by seven planning regions throughout the County. There is one appointed representative from each of the planning regions as well as two at-large members, for a total membership of nine. Each member serves a four-year term.
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In addition to preparing and maintaining a county-wide Comprehensive Plan, the York County Planning Commission (YCPC) also reviews and makes recommendations to municipalities on proposed ordinance amendments, as well as all subdivision and land development plans. Technical assistance is also provided to municipalities for planning-related activities and plan and ordinance preparation. With the consent of the County Commissioners, the Planning Commission administers federal and state housing and community development programs, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, the HOME program, and the weatherization program. Similarly, the YCPC administers the Metropolitan Transportation Planning Division Program.
The Local Government Advisory Committee (LGAC) is a committee of elected and appointed officials from municipalities throughout the county which meet monthly to review and make recommendations to the York County Planning Commission on planning projects scheduled to come before the Commission each month. The LGAC currently meets the second Monday of every month.
The Planning Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m unless there is a holiday conflict. Please check the calendar for up-to-date information. The monthly meeting location is:York County 911 Center120 Davies DriveYork, PA 17402
The York County Planning Commission (YCPC) was originally created in 1959 through provisions in the County Code. The Commission consists of nine members appointed by the County Commissioners and is served by a Director, an Assistant Director, and staff persons within nine divisions. These divisions include: