Dennis Livrone joined the department as an adjunct in 2012. He currently teaches other courses on environmental planning and sustainability at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Dennis has been a planner for over three decades. His areas of specialization are stormwater management, source water protection, water and wastewater facilities, solid waste management and county-level comprehensive planning.
Prior to retiring from the County of Bucks in January 2015 as the Senior Environmental Planner at the Bucks County Planning Commission, he supervised the environmental planning unit and represented county government on regional, state, county, and municipal planning committees. He has overseen the preparation of seven Pa Act 167 Stormwater Management Plans. He also led the preparation of the environmental planning components of the 2011 Bucks County Comprehensive Plan and the 2011 Bucks County Hazard Mitigation Plan. He had served as co-chair of the Bucks County Employees Green Initiative (BEGIN) Committee.
Mr. Livrone is a member of the Doylestown Borough Park and Recreation Board. He was a founding member of the Doylestown Township Environmental Advisory Council. He is also an adjunct faculty at Delaware Valley University in the Landscape Architecture and Environmental Science department, where he teaches an introductory course, Regional Land Use Planning and a graduate course, Contemporary Urban and Regional Planning in the Graduate School’s Policy Studies Masters Program.
Mr. Livrone earned a Master of Environmental Pollution Control (M.EPC) and a Bachelor of Science in Earth Science Education both from The Pennsylvania State University. He also holds an Instructional II Certificate from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Education and a PaDEP wastewater treatment plant operator's license.
CRP 2213 Environmental Planning
CRP 3256 Sustainable Community Design and Development