Applications being accepted for The Heritage Commission Board

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The Heritage Commission of Delaware County was formed in 1977. The Commission is charged with coordinating and promoting the cultural heritage of Delaware County. It is comprised of 11 volunteer members appointed by County Council. Members meet once a month.

The mission of the Heritage Commission is to oversee the rich heritage of Delaware County and support those organizations within the County which are promoting and preserving our cultural legacy. They accomplish this mission through outreach within the historic communities of Delaware County as well as providing a resource base for these organizations and individuals. The Commission has traditionally sponsored the Annual Preservation Awards each May during National Preservation month and sponsors seminars and workshops throughout the year.

There are 3 vacancies. More details, including how to apply can be found here:

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Delaware County, presently consisting of over 184 square miles divided into forty-nine municipalities is the oldest settled section of Pennsylvania.

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