Those serving us in Chester County:
Terence Farrell – term ends January 2020
Michelle H. Kichline – term ends January 2020
Kathi Cozzone – term ends January 2020
School of Government
The Chester County School of Government, a free course open to all county residents, begins Thursday, March 23. All four classes will be held in the Struble Room of the Chester County Library, 450 Exton Square Parkway, Exton, from 7:00 to 8:30 pm. Residents may sign up to attend all four classes or select individual ones. Space is limited. The four classes are:
- Thursday, March 23: Chester County Government 101
- Wednesday, April 19: Planning for Growth–Developing Chester County’s Urban Centers
- Thursday, April 27: Creating Workforce Opportunities–Identifying Employment Needs, Now and in the Future
- Wednesday, May 10: Opioid and Heroin Crisis–Tackling this Epidemic in Chester County
To reserve a seat, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 610-344-6100.
Assessment of Fair Housing – April 2017
The Chester County Department of Community Development (DCD) and the Housing Authority of Chester County (HACC) reaffirmed their commitment to uphold the Fair Housing Act’s provision to affirmatively further fair housing through their submission of the joint Chester County Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH), 2018-2022. The AFH identifies goals and actions established to overcome patterns of segregation and foster inclusive communities free from barriers that restrict access to opportunity based on protected characteristics, including: race, color, religion, national origin, sex, familial status, and disability.
The Action Plan, which outlines the goals and activities identified in the AFH, can be viewed by clicking here. Staff from DCD and HACC will meet regularly to monitor the progress and discuss activity programming through the 5-years of the AFH.
DCD is proud to submit the AFH during Fair Housing Month. More information about the AFH is available on DCD’s Fair Housing page.
Last update: April 6, 2016.