Halfmoon Township Development of Regional Impact (DRI) Request

Halfmoon Township Development of Regional Impact (DRI) Request
The Halfmoon Township DRI is a request to expand the Regional Growth Boundary and Sewer Service Area (RGB and SSA) by approximately 935 acres into Halfmoon Township. If approved, it is anticipated that between 1,132 and 1,592 dwelling units could be added to the RGB and SSA over the buildout period for the proposal. The draft Development of Regional Impact application can be found at:

Additional Resources:
A considerable number of planning documents and planning efforts that include the DRI study area have been completed over the past six or eight years. These documents provide a wealth of information utilized in preparing Halfmoon Township’s request to expand the Regional Growth Boundary and Sewer Service Area. Readers are invited to consult these documents for additional information when assessing the DRI request. The supporting documents are listed below:
Centre Region Comprehensive Plan (2013) – The Comprehensive Plan is the region-wide policy document that guides growth and development for Centre Region municipalities
Halfmoon and Patton Area Plan (HPAP) (2012) – The HPAP provides guidance for land development and transportation planning in eastern Halfmoon Township and areas of Patton Township.
Halfmoon Township Small Area Plan (2018) – Specific plan that provides policy guidance for Halfmoon Township regarding the future development of the land area in this Development of Regional Impact request.
Regional Development Capacity (REDCAP) Report (2017) – Provides a summary of development capacity currently inside the RGB and SSA.
Capacity Summation for Spring Creek Pollution Control Facility (2018) – Summarizes the University Area Joint Authority (UAJA) capacity limitations at the Spring Creek Pollution Control Facility.
Centre Region Growth Boundary and Sewer Service Area Implementation Agreement (2013; 2018) – Establishes the regional process to consider proposals to expand the RGB and SSA.