The Curwensville Area Revitalization Entity (C.A.R.E.) and Curwensville Borough are organizing a 2016 Great American Cleanup of PA Event in Curwensville on Saturday, April 23rd from 9 am to 12 pm.
C.A.R.E. is looking for volunteers to participate. Community and civic associations, schools and youth groups, families and friends, business employees, sports teams, church groups and others can organize their members and participate in the Great American Cleanup for Curwensville.
The Great American Cleanup of PA is sponsored by Keep America Beautiful, the country's largest community improvement program that engages more than 4 million volunteers and participants from more than 20,000 communities each spring from across the country to take action in their local communities to create a positive change and lasting impact.
If you missed the Public Review Meeting March 30th you can review the presentation as well as the previous presentations at the links below:
The hit TV show FIREBALL RUN will feature Starr Hill Vineyard as a destination. Read more in the Gant article linked below.
If you missed out on the public review meetings on Feb 16 and Mar 2 or you want a better look you can review the Presentations from the meetings at the (bit.ly) links below:
Please send any question, comments, or ideas to:
The CRDC is soliciting proposals from qualified firms and/or teams for planning, design and implementation of 2 major projects located within the Borough of Curwensville.
See the linked RFP Document for details:
A series of public meetings has been scheduled to present the "Curwensville Borough State Street Streetscape Revitalization Enhancements Project", the "Gateway Parks Projects", and the "Downtown Curwensville Marketing and Action Plan" to the residents of the Curwensville Region...
See the linked Press Release for details
The CARE team is proud to release the following Streetscape Planning documents for public review and comments. Please review the documents at the link below and share your requests and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
The documents cover different options available for different parts of the proposed improvements. For example there is a section on sidewalks with options to choose from for sidewalks, etc.
Public hearings regarding the options will be forthcoming as well as surveys to facility voting for the various section options.
Special Thanks to Gae Kane for her hardwork on producing this comprehensive documentation!
The annual CRDC Business / Dinner Meeting will be held on Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at the Curwensville Community Center. Gathering at 6:00 PM, dinner will be served at 6:30 PM at a cost of $15.00 /person. This year our guest speaker will be Mr. Gary Reed, Rural Development Coordinator with the USDA, Rural Development Agency, with a topic that will be of interest to all of us. We hope that you will plan to attend, and if so, please fill out and return the reservation form provided below.
* Reservations due back by January 14, 2016
State Sen. John N. Wozniak (D-Cambria/Clearfield/Bedford) and borough officials will be walking along borough streets and listening to issues and concerns of Curwensville residents on Friday, Oct. 9 at 10 a.m
Irvin Park Tree Ring Timeline Display
Find Local Parks
Follow the link below and search for The Curwensville Lake, Irvin Park, Bilger's Rock and Grampian Community Park.
Located just off of Interstate-80, Curwensville is easy to locate. If you'd like to get driving directions to Curwensville, Click Here.
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