DCED Regional Offices

DCED provides technical assistance to local and regional agencies relating to planning, implementation, funding opportunities, grant applications, and project management.

The Department of Community & Economic Development’s regional offices are the first point of contact for local agencies and municipalities regarding economic development programs. We’re invested in enhancing the quality of life for all Pennsylvanians through the revitalization of our cities and boroughs.

Investing in communities to work smart and live happy.

HOW WE CAN HELP

Our team is ready to work with communities and local governments by helping them find the programs and support they need to improve life for their citizens. DCED’s regional offices are prepared to:

  • Support Your Project

    From the planning stages through implementation and close out, our team of experts can offer advice and project management services

  • Assist With Preparing Applications

    For grants and other types of funding opportunities

  • Identify Programs And Resources

    To help your local community achieve its redevelopmen and revitalization goals

Through the Neighborhood Assistance Program and the Keystone Opportunity Program our organization has been able to build 60 new townhouses for sale to first time home buyers.
Carlos Graupera, CEO/President, Spanish American Civic Association for Equality, Inc.

Contacts and Resources

Need help finding the program that’s right for your business or community, or assistance navigating the application process? We can guide you through grant and tax credit projects and application processes. Read more about our most in-demand programs below:

Keystone Communities (KC)

The Keystone Communities (KC) program is a flexible tool in community and economic development for a variety of uses, including planning activities, façade grant programs, accessible housing programs, and development grants. Designed to encourage the creation of partnerships between the public and private sectors that jointly support local initiatives, the program allows communities to tailor the assistance to meet the needs of their specific revitalization effort.


Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)

The Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP) is an incentive program that provides tax credits to private companies investing in rehabilitating, expanding, or improving buildings or land located within designated enterprise zones.


NAP Enterprise Zone Program (NAP EZP)

The NAP Enterprise Zone Program is an incentive program that provides tax credits to private companies investing in rehabilitating, expanding, or improving buildings or land located within designated enterprise zones.

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Click on each region to see the contact information for your specific county.

Aliyah Furman

  • 215.560.5830
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Fadia Halma

  • 717.877.8481
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Paul Macknosky

  • 570.963.4122
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Kim Thomas

  • 814.871.4245
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Ted Martin

  • 717.525.5796
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Johnna Pro

  • 412.565.5098
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