Durable Development at Crizbav|
Crizbav commune is located 12 km distant from the highway that will connect Brasov with the Romania?s western border, which makes it an interesting location. Being a newly established commune, after its detachment from the administrative territorial of Halchiu commune, the mayor and the local counsellors initiated various projects of durable development.
The Water Plant
The mayor Sorin Balasi remembered a few of them: ?The water is the most important investment for the community with an amount of 47 billions lei. We promoted a project to realize a water supply network for the commune Crizbav and the village Cutus. The water is captured at the source and we plan to rebuild the vessel with ecological materials, according to the EU requirements. We got all the advices and are expecting for the money.?
In order to attract investors, tourists and amateurs of sylvan and agricultural tourism, the town hall provides for the rehabilitation of the communal roads. It has already finished the feasibility study and got the commune planning certificate. The forest road Calea Cetatii will be remade and will serve those interested in forest exploitation. There is SAPARD Project, waiting to receive green light for the Region 7 Centre.
Another important project for the locality is the gas plant, which will be inaugurated erelong. The sewer system project is in its feasibility study phase. The social field contains the other accomplishments of the local authorities of Crizbav: a modern dispensary, a chemist?s, a milk collecting centre and the extension of the electrical network.
Opportunities for the Investors
?The commune has a lot of fields for those wishing to invest in agriculture. The area is ideal for tourism, agrotourism and sylvan tourism. We have an extremely generous offer package for the winter holiday: traditional gastronomy, fire camp, pig slaughtering ritual, promenades in horse slays and many other surprises at attractive prices. We also offer the possibility the build holiday houses? mayor Balasi said.