Quality of Life Initiatives
Wayne Tomorrow! assisted in reintroducing agricultural education in the local school district curricula, which resulted in the reintroduction of Future Farmers of America
Wayne Tomorrow aims to develop hubs within the geographic areas of the County where residents and visitors can meet, share, have social and educational activities.
The concept of the Digital Community is predicated on connection – connecting people with events, activities and the broader community.
The county has been invited to submit a formal grant application to help fund an agriculture economic development study that will consider traditional land-use planning and other types of infrastructure planning as well.
Learn more about this monthly opportunity to expand your horizons with this informative and insightful series of programs aimed at small business owners.
A website created by the Sustainability Working Group and containing comprehensive information what, where and how to recycle a multitude of items. It also includes tips for reducing and reusing items.
Read about the addition to the Dreher Township Building in Newfoundland to house the local food pantry program.
Wayne Memorial Hospital, the three local school districts and the County Office of Behavioral and Developmental Programs came together to create a Project SEARCH Program to provide expanded opportunities for meaningful employment for special needs students.
This is an effort to give Senior Citizens easy access to fresh produce without adding to the busy market schedule of many farmers.
Understand the broadband expansion project in the Sterling Business and Technology Park.
Wayne Memorial Hospital in Honesdale has embarked on an expansion project that will add an 85,000-square-foot patient tower to the facility on Park Street.
Wayne Tomorrow assisted with the launch of a grassroots effort to develop the riverfront in Honesdale Borough. The collaboration has grown to encompass and rails and trails project to Hawley and beyond.
The training Kitchen & Café allows youth and those with disabilities or others with barriers to employment, an opportunity to learn pre-employment skills, receive food safety training and to participate and give back to their community.
In 2015, Wayne Tomorrow and the Wayne County Department of Planning / GIS produced a comprehensive map and inventory of recreational facilities in the county.