OUR WEST PIKELAND VISION

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OPEN SPACE & LAND CONSERVATION

We will collaborate with our Township leaders and community members to ensure we not only
preserve open spaces and conserve land, but also put strict measures in place to ensure we protect all of West Pikeland’s waterways. Utilizing zoning ordinances, we will restrict suburban development trends from spreading into West Pikeland. Our open spaces are here to stay.

West Pikeland also owns a number of open space plots throughout the municipality. We would move to establish new trails throughout these plots; with the intention to create a network of trails connecting sections of our township. These trails will further bolster protections afforded to our open spaces, while providing recreational hiking opportunities.

UPGRADE COMMUNITY CENTERS

Historic Yellow Springs, The Mill at Anselma, Pine Creek Park, Walnut Lane Park, and Chester Springs Library are the community anchors we will bolster over the coming years. By working with residents, committees, and local business leaders we can build on our community spaces, leveraging all the greatest aspects of West Pikeland.

 

We would begin by pursuing the development of further youth sport fields at Walnut Lane Park. Both Pine Creek and Walnut Lane Park are also perfect locations for community festivals; we would like to see increased funding to our Parks & Rec committee to encourage larger scale events. Our historic locations should also be directly supported. Given the rich history within West Pikeland we would move to directly assist our local non-profits to ensure they remain fixtures of our township.

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