The Venango County Regional Planning Commission (VCRPC) works with communities to protect their natural environments and assists local municipalities in the day-to-day functions related to subdivision, land development, and grant applications.
The VCRPC Board Meeting is scheduled for 6:30 PM on Tuesday, February 21st (2/21/2023), at 6:30 PM in Conference Room 100 in the Courthouse Annex (1174 Elk Street, Franklin).
Click on this link to review previous meeting minutes and agendas.
The Venango County Infrastructure Bank Fiscal Year 2023-2024 Program will be opening in January 2023.
Information about this program will be presented at the Council of Governments (COG) meeting scheduled for January 19th, 2023 at the Cranberry Township municipal meeting. Click here for more information about the program.
Venango County Comprehensive Plan Update
There will be four Public Participation meetings to provide the public with an opportunity to share input on proposed topics for the Comprehensive Plan. This document serves as a guide and framework for accomplishing the aspirations and intentions of the people living in Venango County. The public is being asked to identify issues with importance in order to contribute to long-range planning that expresses the County's overarching vision, goals, objectives, policies, and strategies for future growth, development, and preservation of the County, projection of County assets, and provision of services. The meetings will be held at the following locations:
- February 8th, 737 Elk Street, Franklin @ 4:00-6:00 PM
- February 15th, National Transit Building, Great Room, 206 Seneca Street, Oil City @ 4:00-6:00 PM
- February 22nd, Cherrytree Township Municipal Building, 1311 Cherrytree Road, Titusville @ 4:00-6:00 PM
- March 1st, Clintonville Fire Hall, 501 Emlenton Street, Clintonville @ 4:00-6:00 PM
The public is welcome to drop-in anytime during the above time-frames to participate in these interactive, informational sessions. The meeting will not be operating with an agenda or presenter. Instead, these exposition-style meetings are an opportunity to review each of the topics set-up as table displays and meet the planning and consulting staff tasked with the development of the Comprehensive Plan.