What is the Local Government Advisory Committee?
The Local Government Advisory Committee or LGAC is a committee of elected and appointed municipal officials from each of the 72 municipalities in York County.
What is the purpose of LGAC?
There are several purposes of LGAC and they include the following:
● To review and make recommendations on . . . learn more.
Municipal User Group (MUG)
The GIS Municipal Users Group consists of York County municipal employees that use Geographical Information Systems (GIS)
or that are interested in learning about GIS . . . learn more.
The York County Transportation Coalition (YCTC) is comprised of York County Legislators, Planning Commission staff and a variety of individuals representing special interests . . . learn more.
UCC Board of Appeals
The York County Uniform Construction Code Board of Appeals became effective in April of 2004 and is being administered by YCPC. Any municipality opting into the UCC became responsible for enforcing the code within their municipality and had to provide for an appeals board. To avoid duplication and foster inter-governmental cooperation, the York County UCC Board of Appeals was created.
The York County UCC Board of Appeals is comprised of five members each representing a specific field within building design and construction. The members are appointed by the York County Board of Commissioners. Each member . . . learn more.
York Area Metropolitan Planning Organization
Federal laws and Ordinance require the formation of a Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for each urbanized area with a population of more than 50,000 to coordinate a comprehensive and continuing transportation planning program.
On August 24th, 1964 the York Area Transportation Study. Now called the York Area Metropolitan Planning Organization, YAMPO, was established by a Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) charter to accomplish . . . learn more.
Mason Dixon Task Force