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 Redevelopment Authority of the County of Fayette

 

Applications & Notices Page

Get the latest on public notices regarding the our Authority's public hearings and environmental postings, get application announcement information, and more.

NEWLY ADDED:

RACF Board Meeting - September Agenda

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Public Notices:

FY2022 CDBG Final Public Hearing

     Fayette County & OBO Entitlements

Environmental Review NOI-RROF Notice

     Fairchance Boro Water System Project

Demolition Notice:

     Village of Republic - Redstone TWP

     Fayette County, PA

Environmental Review Final Flood Notice

     Fairchance Boro Water System Project

FY2022 Fair Housing Notice

     Fayette County, PA & Entitlements

     Cities of Uniontown & Connellsville

FY2022 CDBG Public Hearing

     Fayette County Entitlements            

FY2021 CDBG Modification Hearing

    Luzerne TWP - Fayette County, PA

Environmental Review Early Flood Notice

     Fairchance Boro Water System Project

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>> NEW Fair Housing Page

Brownsville Developer Request for Proposal

The Authority is now seeking redevelopment plans from qualified developers for the Brownsville Historic Commercial District.

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The Redevelopment Authority Welcomes You

For over 60 years the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Fayette, Pennsylvania has served as the principle agency in Fayette County responsible for community development and single-family affordable housing activities.

Established in 1949, the Authority works in partnership with various local, state, and federal entities to implement a multitude of programs and initiatives with the aim of improving and sustaining our communities and helping to continue to make Fayette County a wonderful place to call home.

Redevelopment Authority of the County of Fayette

Lead Hazard Control Program

The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Fayette offers a Lead Hazard Control Program aimed at helping families remove lead-based paint hazards from their homes. Grants up to $8,000 per home are available.

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Fayette County Business Park
The Fayette County Business Park represents a cooperative public-private effort to foster economic development and create quality employment opportunities. Located in the Route 40 and New Salem Road area of North and South Union Townships in Fayette County.
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