What is the PNP and who maintains it?
The Pipeline Information Center (PIC) website serves as a central location for posting pipeline project information and updates on proposed and active pipeline projects. The PIC supports pipeline safety and public awareness through a partnership with pipeline providers, regulators, and municipal governments.
To further promote communication between all parties, Chester County has implemented a "Pipeline Notification Protocol" or "PNP" to inform residents and other constituents about pipeline projects in the County. The Chester County Planning Commission has been designated as the "point of contact" and is responsible for implementing the PNP.
Who should provide information for the PNP?
The Chester County Commissioners request coordination and cooperation from all involved parties in the provision of PNP information including the following groups:
- Pipeline Operators
- Federal and State Agencies
- County Departments
- Conservation and Environmental Partners
Providing information through the PNP will allow us to update county departments, municipalities, and residents on pipeline activities in a consistent and timely manner.
How should information be provided to the PNP?
We request that the Chester County Planning Commission (CCPC) be included on any correspondence or other updates on current pipeline activity or maintenance projects in Chester County so that we can maintain the most up-to-date information on the Pipeline Information Center website.
This information can be provided through email or mail to:
Mail: Carol J. Stauffer, AICP
Chester County Pipeline Point of Contact
Chester County Planning Commission
601 Westtown Road, Suite 270
PO Box 2747
West Chester, PA 19380
If you have any questions, please contact Carol Stauffer or Carrie Conwell at [email protected] or 610-344-6285.