A rushing waterfall surrounded by trees

Municipal Resource Guide

The Pike County Conservation District and Pike County Planning & Mapping Office have compiled resources relevant to the County's 13 municipalities in the Pike County Municipal Resource Guide. This living document will guide staff and leadership of the municipalities through the roles of the two offices for common scenarios related to PA Code Chapters 102 & 105. It will also assist with directing community members to the contact best equipped to answer their questions.

This guide will be updated annually, so please check this page for the most up-to-date version.

Municipal Resource Guide

2024 Edition

This guide contains common fillable documents, recent District memos, links to useful local resources, and more.

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Quick Reference Sheet

This double-sided sheet answers common FAQs related to earth disturbance, waterways, and other environmental concerns.

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FACT

We all live downstream. Our water quality is directly affected by our upstream neighbors, and our choices will impact the water quality for our downstream neighbors.

WHAT YOU CAN DO
  • Minimize impervious surfaces.
  • Do not remove trees and other plants next to streams, lakes and wetlands.
  • Plant native plants to absorb heavy rain falls.
  • Direct rain gutters onto lawn or garden.
  • Construct rain gardens and use rain barrels.