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The Boroughs of Homestead, Munhall and West Homestead are planning for a bright future.

The three communities are creating an Implementable Comprehensive Plan, a playbook for prosperity for the next 10 years. This represents an opportunity to explore the core values of the people who call these places home and build local priorities into future decision-making.

NEW: Did we get the draft recommendations right?

Thank you to everyone who attended the community public meeting at Carnegie Library of Homestead on April 29, 2023. Discussion focused on a project update, background on how we got to this point in the process and vetting draft recommendations for each of the four Key Issues that prior public input indicated are important priorities.

Click the links below to review ideas for each Key Issue and provide your feedback!

Q&A: Get the update!

Click here to read a summary of the update and discussion from the April 2023 public meeting.

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A different kind of plan

A community's Comprehensive Plan is the official policy document that establishes a vision, goals and objectives for local government in the long range.

The Implementable Comprehensive Plan approach flips the script on the traditional way communities approach long-range planning, which all too often results in a document collecting dust on a shelf. Our project focuses on generating the capacity and momentum to take action on consensus community priorities. The process will provide the creative ideas and strategies to fuel action plans that can be readily undertaken. It builds teams of leaders and resource groups that represent ways and means to get things done. It makes implementation a well-supported, clear and feasible next step.


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Please let us know if you have ideas or feedback that should be considered for the plan, or if you would like to submit your contact details to be kept in the loop as the planning process unfolds.


Plan consultant:

Jenni Easton, AICP, CNU-A


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Get Involved

Now that the plan is taking shape, it's a great time to get involved and make sure this is the right path forward for the next decade. Stay tuned for updates on meetings and draft releases for review and comment!

Click here to learn more about the process.

Click here for details on ways to participate.

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