Connellsville Redevelopment Authority - Connellsville, Pennsylvania

Recent and Current Developments


Local Food/Local Places (Jan 22, 2016)
The Redevelopment Authority was the recipient of Technical Assistance through the White House Initiative of Sustainable Communities.
The Redevelopment Authority in Connellsville, Pennsylvania, will receive technical assistance to attract more producers to the farmers market, expand cultivation of specialty crops, develop a flexible kitchen space facility, and establish a restaurant corridor reflective of the area’s historically diverse cultures
 to entice people to downtown. 


Playground Improvements by Employee Volunteers of the Williams Company
Before and After







































































Cobblestone Hotel Opens







Sheetz Gas Station Expansion
Route 119 & Crawford Avenue
2015









New Businesses Opened 2015
New HavenTrailside Treats 
Ruvo's




























Planters, Benches, Streetscape, City Hall & Community Center 2015














New Sidewalk Curbs and Handicapped Ramps
Crawford Avenue Paving 2015
PennDOT















Connellsville Carnegie Free Library
New Roof, Windows, Heating Cooling


New Play Ground Equipment
South Side Park















New Sidewalks
West Gibson & Johnson Avenues



















New Road Surface & Storm Drains
McCormick & Francis Avenue

















Aaron's Building undergoing restoration to become Wedding & Conference Center and Residential Living Spaces



























Somerset Trust Company purchases
former P&LE Train Station
2014


















New Shelters
Great Allegheny Passage
2014-2015


Great Allegheny Passage Parking Lot Project
(Behind Martin's)


















Youghiogheny River Park Development
2013 Includes New Play Ground Equipment, Water Fountains, Mister, Updated Bathroom Facilities, & Updated Outdoor Seating Spaces!
























Connellsville East Park Improvements
New Playground Equipment, Upgrades to Stone Walls
2012-2013
























New Fact Bus Shelters





Memorial Bridge: $ 14 million investment was completed by July 2011

Amtrak Station: $ 1.25 million investment in new station


Street scape improvements on Pittsburgh Street: $ 200,000