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Adams County Economic Development Corporation
Adams County Economic Development Corporation
provide loan packaging services on behalf of the Department Community and Economic Development to businesses located in Adams County, PA who wish to access the low interest loan programs offered by the commonwealth.
1300 ProLine Place
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Allegheny West Foundation
Allegheny West Foundation - Community Development
Residents cannot fully participate in their community without a safe, secure place to live. Recognizing this, we began our real estate development program in the early 1980s. Since then, we have rehabilitated or repaired over 400 formerly derelict houses and provided clean, refurbished rental units and homeownership opportunities to hundreds of Allegheny West residents. AWF is first and foremost a community development corporation dedicated to revitalizing and strengthening our community’s infrastructure through the development of affordable housing. Our housing development activities have contributed to a nearly 70 percent homeownership rate in the community. From renters who have lived in the area their whole lives to young professionals looking to invest in their own home, and their community, we’ve made it possible for low- to moderate-income families to find a place to thrive. In fact, we are the leading provider of affordable housing in our community, and the demand for housing continues to grow, with an average of 50-60 applicants per year interested in purchasing homes in the community. Over 1,200 families have applied for the units we’ve refurbished, and the value of housing developed and sold by AWF increased 31 percent between 1980 and 2002, adding a substantial economic asset to those families who purchased an AWF home. In the neighborhood as a whole, the average home price increased from $35,000 to $48,330 between 2002 and 2004, representing a 38 percent increase in value. We assist residents who apply for housing through every stage of the process. Those who pre-qualify are referred to a certified housing counseling agency, which provides potential owners with a full range of housing and budget counseling and makes sure families are ready to purchase a home. For those who need to take additional steps such as budgeting, they’re there to help them as well. In partnership with PNC Bank, we also offer the Homebuyer’s Club, a 10-class education series for first time homebuyers, at our community center. AWF also offers quality rental housing to qualified tenants, 10 percent of whom go on to purchase their own homes through us. We have a selection of one, two- and three-bedroom apartments in addition to two- and three-bedroom houses. You must be income eligible and have good credit to qualify, and we accept Section 8 certificates. We also address larger issues in the community, including blight caused by vacant homes, which contributes to the destabilization of the entire surrounding community. We’ve stabilized and sealed many vacant homes in the area, in cooperation with the City of Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections, demolished abandoned and derelict sites throughout the area, and greened empty spaces.
3413 Fox Street
Philadelphia, PA 19129
Allegheny West Foundation
Allegheny West Foundation - Economic Development
A key part of our overall community revitalization strategy is to promote economic development. AWF uses a multi-pronged approach in our efforts to develop the economic base of our neighborhood. Guided by the finding of our recently-completed neighborhood plan, our strategy is to focus on: Development of residential, commercial and industrial properties Improvement of public transportation hubs in our community Creation of an actively involved community member and business owner base Creation of employment opportunities Physical improvement of buildings and streets North 22nd Street: Much of AWF’s economic development work focuses on the continued revitalization of our neighborhood’s major commercial center on North 22nd Street. Transportation Planning: Because of its central location, Allegheny West has access to several major transportation lines. To help build on this important community asset, in 2003 we received funding from the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission’s Transportation and Community Development Initiative to complete a comprehensive transportation plan with the following components: Public Transit: Identifying and linking bus, rail, subway and major industrial and commercial activity areas, plus new service and station improvements. Transportation Infrastructure: Improving surface streets, traffic patterns, highways and street signage. Streetscape and Parking Improvement: Improving lighting, combining smaller industrial parcels and improving streets, sidewalks and public spaces.
3413 Fox Street
Philadelphia, PA 19129
City of McKeesport Community Development Department
City of McKeesport Community Development Department
Community development organization; provides paint and sidewalk repairs, home improvement loans, rodent control, and other services.
500 Fifth Avenue
McKeesport, PA 15132
Eligibility: Low or moderate-income persons.
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
Community Action Development Corporation of Allentown

Encourages small business growth and neighborhood commercial development and resident engagement in Allentown. 18-week "Start your own business" courses are offered at the CADC of Allentown and the CADC of Bethlehem. Technical and marketing assistance is also available for small businesses looking to expand. The Upside Allentown Neighborhood Partnership Program oversees a revitalization program for Allentown's Center City neighborhood. Referral specialist
523-525 North Seventh Street
at Liberty
Allentown, PA 18101
Eligibility: Allentown Entrepreneurs and small business owners
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem

Encourages small business growth, neighborhood commercial development and creation of an open space network in the Southside of Bethlehem. Commercial facade loan program helps business owners on the Southside of Bethlehem improve the appearance of their storefronts. 19-week "Start your own business" courses are offered at the CADC of Bethlehem and at the CADC of Allentown. $75 fee is reimbursed upon successful completion of course. Technical assistance is also available for small businesses looking to expand.
409 East Fourth Street
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Eligibility: Bethlehem entrepreneurs and small business owners
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
West Ward Neighborhood Partnership
A revitalization program which provides repair/replacement of sidewalks, financial assistance for business signs, street trees and development of community gardens in Easton's west ward.
1101 Northampton Street
Suite 206
Easton, PA 18042
Eligibility: Residents of Easton's West Ward
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:30am
Frankford Community Development Corporation
Frankford Community Development Corporation - Housing Counseling
Connects neighborhood residents to affordable housing resources. Works on behalf of the community and acts as mediators for a wide range of community issues such as housing and development, home preservation, utility issues, reducing neighborhood blight, job readiness, youth mentoring and outreach program.
4900 Griscom Street
Philadelphia, PA 19124
Greater Germantown Housing Development Corporation
Greater Germantown Housing Development Corporation - Community Involvement
Real Estate development in any neighborhood requires the full support of the local residents. GGHDC through its affiliation with Wister Neighborhood Council, the Southwest Germantown Neighborhood Partnership and other local community groups has inside knowledge of the community's needs and concerns when it comes to real estate development. Through affiliation with Wister Neighborhood Council, GGHDC is able to assist in organizing the local community. As a vehicle in place to solicit the community' s involvement, GGHDC can obtain support of new real estate developments. As a result, identifying potential community issues before they materialize into costly time delays.
5538 Wayne Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19144
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce - Community Development Corporations
2859 North Susquehanna Trail
Shamokin Dam, PA 17876
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Mifflin County Planning & Development Department
Mifflin County Planning & Development Department
The Planning & Development Department provides staff assistance to the Mifflin County Planning Commission. The Planning & Development Department is responsible for administering the Mifflin County Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance, Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)program, and Housing Rehabilitation Program; maintaining the Mifflin County Comprehensive Plan; coordinating with other agencies in the area of transportation, housing, economic development, municipal waste management, tourism, etc.
20 North Wayne Street
Lewistown , PA 17044
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00am to 4:30pm
Newberry Community Partnership
Newberry Community Partnership - Elm Street Façade Improvement Program
Through Pennsylvania's Keystone Communities Elm Street program, the NCP is responsible for recent streetscape and facade improvements of the West Fourth Street Gateway into the Newberry neighborhood.
913 Diamond Street
Williamsport, PA 17701
Eligibility: 3% interest on up to $10,000. funds limited.
Hours: Newberry Community Partnership meets the second Thursday of the month at 6:00pm.
North Central Sight Services
Employment of Persons with Blindness or Visual Impairments-North Central Sight Services
*COVID UPDATE* Call for services. North Central Sight Services manufactures and assembles products for the government through a nationwide industry program called AbilityOne. The AbilityOne Program creates employment opportunities for individuals who are blind or severely disabled. Products produced by non-profit agencies in the program share the brand name SKILCRAFT�®. Their business services include shredding, CD/DVD duplication and printing, custom logo USB flash drives, Flash drive and file preloading. They are also available as subcontractors for warehousing, distribution and shipping, light assembly, collating, packaging, and shrink wrapping.
2121 Reach Road
Williamsport, PA 17701
Hours: Weekdays, 8:30am to 4:30pm
Northside Leadership Conference
Northside Leadership Conference
Builds and renovates houses on the North Side and helps families purchase homes of their own. Partnership program works to involve Northside businesses with the community, and assists Allegheny General Hospital by referring Northside residents for employment opportunities as well as partnership activities and health initiatives. (Employment Center closed June 2016)
1319 Allegheny Avenue
2nd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15233
Eligibility: North Side residents.
Hours: 9:00am-5:30pm weekdays
Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation
Hispanic Corporation
The Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation (PHDC) is a community development corporation that focusesxon racial equity in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Provides services to improve the lives of Hispanics in the region, increase the Hispanic population, support existing and new Hispanic businesses, and increase Hispanic investment in the region.
1555 Broadway Avenue
Second Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
Property and Taxes Office, York County Government
Planning Commission, York County
Municipal/current planning provides a multitude of technical and review services to the 72 municipalities that comprise York County. The technical services cover a wide variety of topics from ordinance development to flood plain identification. The review services cover plan reviews, ordinance amendments, sewage modules and others. The municipal/current planning department has the resources and the expertise to provide planning consultation services to municipalities. Short term services can be provided at no charge, and long term services can be provided on a contractual basis. County/long range planning is primarily responsible for the on-going development and implementation of the York County comprehensive plan. Transportation planning/traffic engineering provides planning and engineering services that are available to all the municipalities within the county. The York County planning commission is the designated agency to perform all tasks to meet federal and state transportation planning requirements. This includes clean air act requirements, development of the twelve year program for York County, and administration of liquid fuel funds. Information systems is primarily responsible for the development of a county wide geographic information system or GIS. The GIS is a database of county information that can be displayed on maps of the county. Community development planning is the department designated by the county commissioners to administer various federal, state, and other housing and community development programs and projects. These include the federally funded community development block grant, emergency shelter grant, and home grant programs, the state funded weatherization and housing and community development programs, and the locally funded affordable housing trust fund.
28 East Market Street
Room 105
York, PA 17401
Hours: Mon - Fri, 8 AM - 4:30 PM
ServErie
ServErie - Neighborhood Renewal
Provides community renewal program in the community through acts and services. Partners with all the organization within and surrounding a certain area to connect those residents to the resources they need or would otherwise not have access to. Assists with exterior code compliance issues, service projects for residents, connect those residents with agencies for emergency needs.
231 Parade Street
Erie, PA 16507
Eligibility: Call for more information.
Hours: Call for more information.
Urban Affairs Coalition
Urban Affairs Coalition - Community and Economic Development
Community and Economic Development identifies and develops strategies to solve community and economic development concerns in the Metropolitan Philadelphia region. Activities include affordable home improvement and debt consolidation loans, employer-assisted housing programs, foreclosure prevention and financial literacy.
1207 Chestnut Street
7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hours: Please Call
Urban Tree Connection
Urban Tree Connection - Community Development
Urban vacant land is typically concentrated in socioeconomically disadvantaged neighborhoods and is often linked to drug-related crime and violence. The City of Philadelphia is currently estimated to have over 30,000 vacant lots, many of which are overgrown, filled with trash and contribute to an appearance of decay and blight. We believe that community-based urban greening is a great way for residents of all ages to bring about positive change in their neighborhood. In addition to beautifying the neighborhood, urban greening projects also provide a variety of economic, environmental, health-related and social benefits. We involve neighborhood children in all our projects as we believe it is crucial to educate the next generation of urban residents about the immense value of urban green space.
4159 West Girard Avenue
C/O First African Presbyterian Church
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Adams County Economic Development Corporation
Adams County Economic Development Corporation
Allegheny West Foundation
Allegheny West Foundation - Community Development
City of McKeesport Community Development Department
City of McKeesport Community Development Department
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
Community Action Development Corporation of Allentown
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem
Community Action Committee of the Lehigh Valley
West Ward Neighborhood Partnership
Frankford Community Development Corporation
Frankford Community Development Corporation - Housing Counseling
Greater Germantown Housing Development Corporation
Greater Germantown Housing Development Corporation - Community Involvement
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce
Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce - Community Development Corporations
Mifflin County Planning & Development Department
Mifflin County Planning & Development Department
Newberry Community Partnership
Newberry Community Partnership - Elm Street Façade Improvement Program
North Central Sight Services
Employment of Persons with Blindness or Visual Impairments-North Central Sight Services
Northside Leadership Conference
Northside Leadership Conference
Pittsburgh Hispanic Development Corporation
Hispanic Corporation
Property and Taxes Office, York County Government
Planning Commission, York County
ServErie
ServErie - Neighborhood Renewal
Urban Affairs Coalition
Urban Affairs Coalition - Community and Economic Development
Urban Tree Connection
Urban Tree Connection - Community Development
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