The proposed 2020 General Fund budget is available HERE. The budget is available for public inspection and comment for a period of 20 days and is expected to be passed, as a final version, on December 19th at the regularly scheduled December Commissioners meeting. Questions or comments can be directed to Scott Kelley, Chief Financial Officer, at 724-852-5296 or Jeff Marshall, Chief Clerk and Chief Administrative Officer, at 724-852-5210. A copy of the budget is also available for inspection in the Chief Clerk's Office, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM.

Redevelopment Authority of County of Greene

What is the Redevelopment Authority?

  The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Greene (RACG) is a statutory agency of the Commonwealth which operates within Greene County, Pennsylvania. RACG was activated to increase affordable housing and home ownership opportunities, redevelop blighted areas and, in conjunction with other County, State and Federal entities, provide for community revitalization in Greene County. The Redevelopment Authority operates under the Urban Redevelopment Law of 1945 as well as the Redevelopment Cooperation Law of 1945.
"To assist the Greene County community with economic development,
community revitalization, affordable housing initiatives,
and home ownership opportunities"

Contact Information

Fort Jackson Building
49 South Washington Street
1st Floor
Waynesburg, PA 15370

Department Contacts:

David Calvario
Steve Salisbury
Working Supervisor 2

Marcellus Shale Activity in the County

 The Marcellus shale activity in the County has sparked interest in development that hasn’t been seen in some time resulting in developers seeking buildable sites for various types of projects. In addition to assisting commercial and residential developers with site location, acquisition and preparation, RACG has created an Acquisition, Rehab and Resale Program to assist the County with the development/redevelopment of its underutilized properties and the remediation of blighted properties. This program is sourced by the County’s 26 municipalities identifying blighted properties in their communities as well as RACG identifying vacant/abandoned/underutilized properties through foreclosures, sheriff sales and the County tax repository. The goals of this program are to:

    Increase/improve the housing stock within the County
    Provide home ownership opportunities for individuals and families
    Convert houses not currently contributing to the tax base to tax base contributors

Quality of Life

In conjunction with the County Commissioner’s Housing Task Force, RACG is committed to enhancing the quality of life for all of the County’s residents by advancing housing development and potential redevelopment sites across the County. Housing development includes senior housing, market rate housing, affordable housing, low income and special needs housing.


Redevelopment Authority News and Information

If interested in any of the properties listed HERE, please contact Dave Calvario, Executive Director for the Redevelopment Authority of Greene County at 724-852-5306

If you no longer want your application to be active, please let Dave know. Click HERE if you would like to complete a homeownership application. To begin the process of qualifying for a mortgage, contact Irene Keirsbilck, Housing Counselor Family Economic Success, with Blueprints at 724-225-9550 ext. 421 (management 431).

Click HERE for the Greene County Housing Market Report.

Greene County Housing Plan & Policy (Jan. 30, 2012): Click HERE for copy.

For more information on the Redevelopment Board, click HERE.