Smart Growth was recently featured in a Tribune Review article, noting its role in the new Westmoreland County Asset Mapping project. Here is an excerpt from the article:
“Westmoreland County has its fair share of parks, schools, churches, nonprofits, historic sites and entertainment venues.
Now, people are able to see at a glance how close they are to such points of interest through a county asset mapping project that is underway in conjunction with the county’s yearlong 250th anniversary celebration.
Spearheaded by the Smart Growth Partnership of Westmoreland County, the online map has grown to include more than 130 listed sites, each with a brief description of its significance.”