Take the Haverford Township survey
to provide input into the new Comprehensive Plan!
What is the Comprehensive Plan?
In Pennsylvania, the Comprehensive Plan establishes a vision for future growth and development in a municipality. Among other things, it outlines challenges facing the community, identifies potential solutions, and provides guidance to appointed and elected officials on community planning-related decisions, including parks & recreation facilities.
The Plan will recommend land development, transportation, parks, community facility and preservation actions for Haverford Township over the next decade. The Plan is likely to recommend adjustments to the Township's Zoning Ordinance. The Zoning Ordinance primarily controls the ways different types of housing and businesses are allowed in different land areas.
Your responses to the Citizens' Survey will be used to help shape the Plan. If you wish to submit your responses online, you can follow the link below. Or, you can drop this survey off or mail it to: Haverford Township Building, 1014 Darby Road, Havertown, PA 19083.
Please try to return the survey by March 31, 2020.
to take the Haverford Township Citizen Survey.
Save the Date!
March 18, 2020 at 7 PM
The Haverford Township Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee will host a public meeting on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 7 PM in the Commissioners' Meeting Room at 1014 Darby Road, Havertown.
The purpose of the meeting on March 18th is to educate the public on the status of the Haverford Township Comprehensive Plan Update and to serve as a "Listening Session" during which attendees will be able to discuss public concerns and express their ideas. The meeting will begin at 7 PM with a short introduction by our Consultant, Mr. Charlie Schmehl of Urban Research and Development Corporation. This will be followed by an opportunity for attendees to visit several "stations". Attendees can take time to discuss what they've heard and provide input in a number of areas including housing and development; roads, pedestrian and bicycle safety; commercial corridors and development; public transportation; parks, recreation, trails; and, historic preservation.
This is an initial public meeting. There will be additional opportunities for public input later this year. In addition, the monthly meetings of the steering committee are open to the public.