8500 Furey Rd, Upper Chichester, PA 19014 -2341
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Upper Chichester Township held the first of two public meetings on June 17, 2021. This pubic open house event was held concurrently with the Upper Chichester Heart and Soul Part 1 Summit because, while they are two separate projects, they have connected goals: listening to the voices of the residents to build a happier, vibrant community.

Approximately 120 to 150 participants attended the open house, asking questions and providing comments to consultants and community volunteers, participating in SWOT and Dotmocracy exercises, and filling out community surveys.

Boothwyn Town Center Vision Plan

Upper Chichester Township has embarked on the Boothwyn Town Center Vision Plan, an implementable action plan designed to establish an overall guiding smart growth development strategy by attracting economic development opportunities, increasing existing business opportunities, improving walkability, and increasing the diversity of businesses and housing options in the Town Center – defined as the area bound by Kingsman Road, I-95, Naamans Creek, and Marcus Hook Creek.
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Boothwyn Town Center Team

The Boothwyn Town Center Vision Plan is being prepared by CHPlanning, a local urban planning consulting firm, and directed by the Boothwyn Town Center Task Force. The Task Force is made up of community residents, local organizations, business owners, elected officials, and Upper Chichester Township staff.
  • Ed Raikowski, Commissioner
  • Barbara Kelley, Assistant Township Manager
  • Pam Andrien, Resident and Planning Commission
  • Ed Coleman, CAADC
  • Lisa Curry, Resident
  • Nicole Steinnacher, Resident
  • Mike Fiorelli, Business Owner, CBA, Rotary
  • John Schueren, Resident, Historical Society
  • Mark Gibbons, Business Owner, CBA
  • Judy Stang, Heart and Soul, Rotary
  • Barbara Massey, Resident
The Vision Plan process is expected to take approximately one year, with final plan adoption anticipated in February of 2022. The following schedule shows the steps in the planning process.
Schedule Date
Goals and Action Items January - February 2021
Existing Conditions Evaluation March - April 2021
Stakeholder Surveys May 2021
Public Open House 1 and Community Surveys June 2021
Plan Concepts and Recommendations July - September 2021
Implementation Strategy October 2021
Public Workshop 2 November 2021
Draft Report November - December 2021
Final Report and Adoption January - February 2022

Public Open House 1

Community Survey

Your Opinion Counts!

We need your feedback to further define the goals, objectives, and action items for the Boothwyn Town Center Vision Plan. Please fill out the BTCVP Community Survey here.

The survey will be active until July 16, 2021 and the results will be posted on the website soon after.

Stay involved and stay informed by:

  • Completing the online survey
  • Following updates on the TOwnship website and Social Media
  • Attending the next Heart & Soul Summit
  • Attending the next Boothwyn Town Center Vision Plan in the Fall

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