Economic Development Projects

WHS Family Medicine – California

WHS Outpatient Center - California - Photo I - 7-12-2017 (3)

The Washington Health System held an open house and ribbon cutting ceremony on August 30 to celebrate the opening of its new Outpatient Center in California Technology Park. The 9,000 sf facility is the new home of WHS Family Medicine – California where healthcare professionals and dedicated staff will provide the highest level quality care to residents of the local community and students of California University of Pennsylvania.  The Outpatient Center will also house a lab draw site, space for specialty physicians as well as additional space to add diagnostic and other services in the future.

The Washington Health System Outpatient Center joins businesses currently located in the Park, including Pennatronics, Rose Plastic, DreBo, WestRock, Perryman Company, Cal-Ed Federal Credit Union and DEP Bureau of Mines.  California Technology Park is owned and marketed by the Redevelopment Authority.

Victory Center

VictoryCenterRendering1_reducedTanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc., headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina, is furthering its business endeavors in Washington County. Situated along interstate 79 in South Strabane Township, the 308,000 square foot Tanger Outlet Center will feature 75 brand name and designer outlet stores and restaurants and will be a focal point of South Strabane Township’s Victory Center Development.

The architecture of the Tanger center captures the charm of Pennsylvania’s historic, colonial-era carriage houses. The center’s unique, shopper-friendly design features five convenient points of entry, all leading to beautifully landscaped courtyards. Once inside, abundant, English Garden-style flowers and greenery and carefully placed park benches will evoke a sense of walking along an Old World promenade. Covered north and south walkways will allow a comfortable shopping atmosphere in all seasons while sky lit roofs provide plenty of natural light into the galleries below.

The $75 million Tanger Outlet Center development will have a very positive impact on the local and state economies and as it helps create and estimated 250 construction jobs during the building period and then more than 800 quality, retail management positions upon opening. The center’s estimated 4.5 million annual shoppers will also provide significant economic benefit to area hotels, restaurants and many service businesses. Additionally, the center will generate estimated local property tax revenue of $1.2 million each year.

Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc., is a publicly-traded REIT that presently owns and operates a portfolio of 34 upscale outlet shopping centers in 23 states coast to coast, totaling approximately 9.3 million square feet leased to over 2,000 stores operated by 400 different brand name companies. More than 150 million shoppers visit Tanger Outlet Centers annually.

For more information on Tanger Outlet Centers, call 1-800-4 TANGER or contact either Patti Ross or the Corporate Headquarters.

Patti Ross
Director of Administration
Phone: 336-292-3010
Home page:

Corporate Headquarters
Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, Inc.

3200 Northline Avenue
Suite 360
Greensboro, NC 27408
Phone: 336-292-3010
Fax: 336-852-2096


Marianna & West Beth Comprehensive Plan and Executive Summary

April 21, 2014

Marianna Borough and West Bethlehem Township recognize that their futures are somewhat entwined; what is good for one community is good for the region. The key to building successful partnerships is to identify common issues facing both Marianna and West Beth. The Comprehensive Plan for Marianna and West Bethlehem was developed over the course of two years, with input received from planning board members as well as the public at-large. A series of seven community development objectives were developed to address priority issues and concerns. Each objective has corresponding goals and actions, that not only provide policy tools, but specific projects that once implemented, will assist the communities in achieving the goals they set forth. Through open communication and dialogue, the communities can reach their desired vision for the future.

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