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Pike County Conservation District’s Response to COVID-19

Pike County Conservation District’s Response to COVID-19

The Pike County Conservation District (PCCD) building is closed to the public, but staff are working remotely due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Staff are responding to questions regarding your water resource needs, technical programs, and working on rescheduling programming we have had to postpone due to COVID-19. The best way to contact the District at this time is via mail, email, and phone which are checked on a regular basis. Below are some updates on services:

Educational Programs

Please check our events page and social media platforms for updates on educational programs and workshops that have been scheduled.

Erosion Control and Waterways Permitting (Chapter 102)

Plan reviews are being conducted by staff remotely; site visits/inspections will resume on May 11, 2020. Engineers and contractors should use the drop box at the front entrance of the Conservation District Office to submit any necessary project materials that cannot be shared with District staff by email. The drop box will be checked on a regular basis.

Waterways and Wetlands Management Permits (Chapter 105)

The permitting process and forms are all available online. Completed forms can be e-mailed to PCCD pikecd@pikepa.org and will be disseminated for review and acknowledgement.

Any complaints will be addressed on a case by case basis. If inspections are necessary, social distancing will be exercised.

Any required payments related to permitting or Pennsylvania Natural Diversity Inventory (PNDI) submissions can be mailed to PCCD.