Remember Parkhouse is a grassroots group advocating for the responsible use of the the land surrounding Parkhouse Providence Pointe at 1600 Black Rock Road, Upper Providence Township.
On March 6, 2014, Josh Shapiro, Leslie Richards, and Bruce Castor adjourned from a regular Montgomery County Commissioners meeting and finalized the sale of ~180 acres of open space in Upper Providence Township behind closed doors.
They did this over the vocal and protracted objections of Upper Providence Township and its residents.
On January 19, 2021, the inevitable development plans we feared were revealed in a public meeting.
Join us to stop this irresponsible development and work for a plan that respects the history of the property and maintains the character of the neighborhood.
On March 6, 2014, the Montgomery County Commissioners, Josh Shapiro, Leslie Richards and Bruce Castor closed on the sale of Parkhouse and the surrounding 220 acres of open space in Upper Providence Township. It was the first time in Montgomery County history that Open Space had been sold by the County.
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