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The august 18, 2022 meeting of the Huntingdon county planning commission is their annual picnic meeting. this meeting will be held at 6 pm at the shaver's creek environmental center, 3400 Discovery Road, petersburg, pa 16669.
Planning Commission

The Huntingdon County Planning Commission, first established on November 15, 1962, is directly responsible to the Board of County Commissioners and is responsible for preparing plans for the County in areas of: transportation, land use, economy and employment, community services, conservation, recreation and open space, sewer and water, solid waste, energy, and housing.  More information about these plans is available on the Huntingdon County Comprehensive Plan page.

While the nine members of the Planning Commission are appointed by the Commissioners, the Planning Commission operates under the provisions of the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code​​, Act 247 and carries out its responsibilities with the assistance of the Planning and Development Department.

An Annual Report​​​​ is prepared each year detailing activities of the Planning Commission and Planning and Development Department.  ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Contact Us:
​Courthouse Annex I
205 Penn Street, Suite 3
Huntingdon, PA  16652
Phone: (814) 643-5091
Fax:  (814) 643-6370


Meetings and Meeting Agendas
The County Planning Commission meets on the third Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.  Meetings are held in the Huntingdon County Annex I Conference Room at 205 Penn Street, Huntingdon, PA. 

In accordance with Pennsylvania Act 65 of 2021 signed on June 30, 2021, County Planning Commission meeting agendas are available 24 hours prior to each monthly meeting by choosing the HCPC Meeting Agendas link below under Related Links.  This link will be effective beginning with the August 19, 2021 meeting.

​Our Mission

It is the mission of the Huntingdon County Planning Commission to develop and implement a positive vision for Huntingdon County; one that reflects economic prosperity, a rural and small-town atmosphere, protection of natural resources, centers-focused development, greenway corridors, improved highway and communication access and a high standard of excellence in both personal and community development.

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