The Chester County Planning Commission has some exciting news to share as it continues to advance development of Landscapes3, the next comprehensive plan for the county, with the help of partners, stakeholders, and the public. As part of this process, the agency released a public survey today to gather additional input about the plan from county residents and anyone interested in the future of Chester County.

“Public input is critical for making Landscapes3 the best plan possible,” said Chester County Planning Commission Executive Director Brian O’Leary. “Your input will help determine the vision and priorities for the county.”

The survey seeks to gather feedback on several issues, including growth, open space and environment, sense of place, modern infrastructure, transportation, the economy, healthy lifestyles, and housing options. It will be available to the public for about a month. Click here to participate in the survey.

In addition, the Planning Commission will promote the survey at several community events throughout the county in the upcoming months. Click here to check out the calendar of events.

After the survey, a Landscapes3 Steering Committee will form and begin to conduct meetings in the fall. Landscapes3 will provide continuity to the Landscapes legacy and its implementation, while recommending additional ways to keep Chester County great.