Saturday, March 28, 2015 Module

Flood Ready Flood Warning Website

The FloodReady Website is a network of stream gauges across Lycoming County which helps residents track the water levels in our creeks and river, current rain fall information, and history of flooding at various gauges.  This site gives near real time readings and helps residents prepare in the event of flooding.

Chesapeake Bay Pollutant Reduction Plan

The Chesapeake Bay Pollutant Reduction Plan is now available for public view and comment.

Public comment period will end on March 27, 2015. Please send your comments to Lauren Robinson, MS4 Planner, at or 570-320-8117.

Please Click the links below:

Chesapeake Bay Pollutant Reduction Plan (CBRP)

Appendix A PA DEP Form for CBRP

Appendix B Stormwater Best Management Practices Inventory

Appendix C BMP Implementation Schedule

Appendix D Structural BMP Prioritization Methodology

Appendix E Maps

Appendix F Evidence of Public Involvement and Municipal Adoption Cover

Hazard Mitigation Opportunity Form

click here

U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development's National Disaster Resilience Competition (NDRC)

Online real estate tax payments

click here

Preliminary Flood Rate Maps now available

Lycoming County Parcel Viewer click here

Official Current Effective FEMA Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM) which have been effective since 2004.

Lycoming County Preliminary Changes Since Last FIRM click here

Preliminary Flood Maps generated as part of the Risk MAP project, and scheduled to become effective November 2015.

Tutorial and instructions on use click here

For more information on the Risk MAP process please click here



Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery

The Lycoming County Planning & Community Development Department will host a public meeting from 6-8 p.m. March 30, 2015 at Lycoming County Executive Plaza, first floor commissioners' boardroom, 330 Pine St., Williamsport, PA. The meeting will focus on a $500,000 Community Development Block Grant - Disaster Recovery that the county is pursuing to assist in mitigation and recovery efforts from damage sustained during the 2011 Tropical Storm Lee in the county. Attendees with disabilities or limited English proficiency may contact the department to arrange assistance at 570-320-2130.

Skywarn Spotter Course

There will be a Skywarn Spotter Course available for those who want to learn how to recognize and report storm systems before they cause personal or property damage. More trained observers/reporters means increased public safety. Note there are two times available for the training. Registration is required. Click HERE for more information.


Training courses offered

From Feb. 3 through April, Lycoming County is hosting a series of training courses on community planning, zoning, and subdivision and land development. The courses are accredited through the Pennsylvania Municipal Planning Education Institute. All courses are offered during evening hours at the Lysock View complex (the county farm).  For more information, contact Megan Lehman at or 570-320-2115. 

Click HERE to learn more.

 Who should attend?

Local elected officials

Planning commissioners

Zoning hearing board members

Zoning officers and building code officials

Attorneys and real estate professionals

Engineers, land surveyors, landscape architects and geologists

Anyone (the public) interested in local government


Lycoming County Office of Voter Services relocating

On Dec. 15, 2014, the Lycoming County Office of Voter Services will relocate to the first floor of Third Street Plaza, 33 W. Third St., Williamsport. The office’s phone and fax numbers, email addresses, and website URL will remain the same.


One-for-All Single-Stream Recycling

Want to know how you can recycle more items more easily? Check out this One-for-All Single-Stream Recycling website HERE where you can read about our new program! Whether you’re a resident or business owner, find out how this program can benefit you.


Take a Journey with Us!

Lycoming County has been engaged in Brownfields Revitalization for over 100 years. We are continually “renewing and repurposing” our communities. You’re invited to see our Brownfields Scroll. We’ve come a long way, but the road ahead can be even more exciting!

Brownfields Revitalization



Flood Insurance Information 



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