About the Pike County Planning Commission:
Created by Resolution of the Pike County Board of Commissioners in August 1965, the Pike County Planning Commission has served as an Advisory Board to the Pike County Board of Commissioners on matters of future growth and development over its forty-five year history. Many of the Planning Commission's efforts are focused on providing assistance to the County's thirteen municipalities.
The following duties summarize the functions and activities of the Planning Commission in Pike County:
Authorization for establishment of a Planning Commission is set forth under Article II, Section 201 of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, Act 247, as enacted and amended. The Pike County Planning Commission, as per the Municipalities Planning Code (MPC), includes nine members who are residents of the County and provide a broad geographic representation of the county. Members are appointed by the Board of Commissioners for a term of four years.
|Richard A. Caridi||Commissioner Liaison to Planning Commission|
|Georgene Snyder - Vice-Chair||Blooming Grove|
|Dennis Brink - Chair||Dingman Township|
|Fred Suljic||Lackawaxen Township|
|Mary Ann Conza||Lehman Township|
|Charles Burnett||Greene Township|
|Keith Raser||Shohola Township|
|James Trunzo||Palmyra Township|
|Steven Vitale||Delaware Township|
All meetings of the Pike County Planning Commission are held at the Pike County Office of Community Planning on Route 6 (Shohola Business Center, Unit 3) in Shohola. Meetings are open to the public and begin at 3:30 PM.
In the event of severe weather, a decision to cancel will be made by 10:00am on the meeting date. Our office will contact Planning Commission members on the morning of the meeting should the weather be questionable and cancellation is in the best interest of safety for all. Should we be unable to contact you, please contact our office at 296-3500 before venturing out.