Revitalization Efforts

As many of you know, it has been our mission to help in the revitalization of downtown Waverly and our Valley. While there are several efforts in the community, TEAOGA is trying to do our part by purchasing the former Waverly village hall and restoring it in order to add great new business spaces to downtown Waverly. This in turn will help bring new shoppers and business and in that way support economic development of our community.

To date, along with our deep involvement with the Susquehanna River Archaeological Center ( Deb Twigg SRAC Co-Founder and Executive Director and Susan Fogel SRAC board member) Teaoga Development has been working to help develop downtown Waverly. In 2013 we started the Crooked River Co-op which brings more shoppers to downtown Waverly as well as supports over 30 co-op dealers and artisans.

In 2017 the Village pf Waverly applied and was granted a 1 million dollar grant to restore the Teaoga/former village hall building. Work has begun in 2019 and will continue into 2020 to include exterior and bell tower work, three new apartments and a restaurant.

In addition to our own efforts, we will do what we can to support any business that wants to start up and help our downtown grow.

We want to thank everyone who has supported our efforts and are proud to be a part of such a wonderful community.