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Ashland’s Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Ashland Ashland shall promote its architecture to both residential and commercial opportunities. Ashland will also enhance and market its historical and cultural resources for tourism. Located at the intersection of Routes 54 and 61, Ashland will serve as a western gateway into the region. Ashland shall build upon its potential for tourism …

Frackville Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Frackville Frackville, along Route 61, is easily accessible to Route 81. This community serves as a gateway into the region from the north or the south. Frackville will develop and market its accessibility into the area, to create a place where people want to stop, rather than just drive through. Frackville will …

Girardville Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Girardville Girardville, while located along Route 54, is an important connector of communities within the region. Girardville has strong community support and will enhance its downtown convenience center serving its neighborhoods. Girardville will grow its resident-related facilities and services. Girardville will develop and support businesses by providing professional office space and services. …

Mahanoy City’s Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Mahanoy City Mahanoy City, at the intersection of Route 339 and Route 54, is a gateway into the region from the east and from the north via Route 81. This community has a great sense of pride and volunteer support. Mahanoy City will enhance its downtown and promote its sense of community …

Ringtown’s Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Ringtown As the region’s northern gateway, Ringtown or Ringtown Valley off of Route 339 is a small community that will enhance its many historic buildings, for both residential and commercial use. Ringtown will focus its identity on adjacent farmland and natural resources. It will market its rural, agricultural character and small town …

Shenandoah’s Downtown Revitalization

Our Vision for Shenandoah Shenandoah, along Routes 54 and 924 is both a connector and “regional intersection”. Like other towns in this region it is an ethnically diverse and religious community. Shenandoah will market this diversity, through ethnic restaurants and other ethnic food-related businesses. Shenandoah will improve its retail potential by ensuring it is a …