Horsham Mulls Development Opportunities At Willow Grove Naval Air Station

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The Horsham Land Redevelopment Authority (HLRA) has a great opportunity ahead.  892 acres of land from the Willow Grove Naval Air Station will be available for development.  The possibilities are endless for such a vast tact of land.

Also joining HLRA will be Hatboro-Horsham School District, Montgomery County Community College and Horsham Township.  This group will craft a vision of the Horsham of the future.  Public participation is desired.

Only 200 acres of the enormous base will remain with the Army Reserve and PA Air National Guard.  The runway will be closed in March.  The base has been “on again, off again” since 2005, but the end has finally come.  Now, the daunting task of what to do with this much public land begins.

HLRA has an exciting task ahead.  They have partnered with other good organizations, and the public, to create something amazing that will benefit the Philadelphia region.

I am excited to watch the process unfold and see the result.

To check out HLRA’s website and keep abreast of developments you can click here: