Each map shows the locations of all historic and other community assets (and local businesses / other attractions) that participated in the project. Use these maps as your guide to public spaces such as parks, information centers, churches, museums, libraries, and other sites of interest (additional maps will be added when they become available). Here you also may add locations of community spaces that you find significant.
- Historic Vandergrift Asset Map (Click to access)
- Made possible by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council’s Mini Grant Program as well as the collaborative efforts of local community development organizations led by the the Vandergrift Improvement Program (VIP), the Smart Growth Partnership of Westmoreland County (SGPWC), and many local business owners and community members.
- Project funded in part by a Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Laurel Highlands Conservation Landscape mini-grant, administrated by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC)
- Vandergrift Public Input Mapping Site — Here you may also add the additional locations of spaces and other information about places that you find significant.
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