Chester County is served by an extensive but often hidden utility network that includes sewage facilities, water supply, stormwater control, pipelines, energy, telephone and internet service, and trash disposal. This web page includes information on pipelines, sewer planning, water planning, and clean energy initiatives.
Chester County reviews proposed changes to municipal sewage facilities plan.
State agencies must consider local and county land-use planning when reviewing funding or permit applications.
The Pipeline Information Center provides a central location for information on pipeline safety and projects within Chester County.
Sustainable practices protect the environment and reduce waste.
Clean energy initiatives can address climate change and reduce our carbon footprint.
Landscapes3, the comprehensive plan for Chester County, addresses utilities and infrastructure in the Connect goal area.
These eTools provide ideas and guidance for green and sustainable infrastructure.
The Planning Commission coordinates with other County departments as well as Federal and State agencies to address utility, infrastructure, and energy issues.
This data area provides links to utility and infrastructure resources including pipeline mapping and sewage facilities information.