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Boroughs Collaborative

The Lancaster County Boroughs Collaborative is a ground-level approach to working with the 18 Boroughs of Lancaster County on economic development initiatives to achieve measurable economic and community revitalization goals.

Local leaders have expressed ongoing interest in economic development that generates tax revenue, addresses barriers to redevelopment, and improves vitality in key areas.  The Boroughs Collaborative was created as a way to engage with the Boroughs and bring value to their pursuit of economic development. Key components of the initiative include expanding outreach and connections at the local level, creating value through facilitating and participating in projects, and developing ways to work more collectively at a more macro level.

Making Connections & Generating/Sharing Information

Building Capacity to Address Opportunities & Challenges

  • Fosters collaboration between boroughs and with partner organizations and private businesses
  • Pilot Conceptual Development Program

Developing Economic Development Education Programming for Borough Leaders

  • Pilot Economic Development Planning Event
  • 2017 Boroughs Economic Development 3-Part Education Series

Parking in Support of Economic Development with Larry Cohen

Larry Cohen, Executive Director of the Lancaster Parking Authority presented to borough and local leaders during EDC's first installment of its 3-part education series through the Boroughs Collaborative. In his presentation, titled Parking in Support [...]

Boroughs Economic Development Education Series – Part I

Ephrata Review – Mulling the Mill

Ephrata Borough wants to hear residents’ ideas on possible ways to breathe new life into the old Wenger Feed Mill. Could it be a restaurant, an entertainment center, retail space, or something related to the [...]

Boroughs Economic Development Update | April 2017

Boroughs Economic Development Update | February 2017