Shannon L. Rossman, AICP, Executive Director
The Berks County Planning Commission serves as the area-wide planning organization for Berks County. The Commission provides a regional blueprint for land use, transportation and community facilities. It assists local units of government with development and preservation activities and provides guidance to the Berks County Board of Commissioners and other departments of county government. The Commission and its professional staff also serve as community advisors for modern planning practices and advocates for sound regional growth management. Finally, since the Commission is involved with a range of activities with a number of partners, it plays a very important coordinating role in community development issues and projects.
Open House Public Plans Display for the U.S. 422 (West Shore Bypass) Reconstruction Project
Join PennDOT and the design consultant on August 15, 2017 from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at the
Alvernia University Student Center to discuss the West Shore Bypass Reconstruction Project development, proposed design, construction staging, and approximate schedule.
Seeking Citizen Input for County Comprehensive Plan Update
The Berks County Planning Commission is in the process of updating the current County Comprehensive Plan. Citizen input is extremely important.
to take the Berks County Comprehensive Plan Update Citizen Survey
Haga clic aquí
para tomar la Encuesta para ciudadanos sobre la actualización del Plan Integral del condado de Berks
Last updated: May 30, 2017
The Mount Penn Master Plan Now Available!
The final edits have been completed and the final plan is available in PDF.
to view the High Resolution Version (good for printing).
Roundabouts are coming to U.S. 222. Are you prepared?
Construction has begun at U.S. 222 and PA 662.
for additional information on roundabouts.
Your #1 resource to stay updated on bridge improvement
projects to support Greater Reading.
FEMA Floodplain Viewer Available
In an effort to assist anyone affected by the changes to the FEMA Flood Hazard Zone maps that were adopted July 3, 2012, a new interactive web map is available to anyone with internet access on desktop and mobile devices. The web map uses digital floodplain data provided by FEMA as well as Berks County digital data. The interactive web map is to be used as reference only.
Desktop Link: Berks
County Floodplain Viewer
Mobile Link: Berks
County Mobile Floodplain Viewer