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  • Veterans Honor Roll rededication Nov. 9, 2014.  Photo courtesy Gwen Bauer, Berksmont News

    Veterans Honor Roll rededication Nov. 9, 2014

    Photo courtesy Gwen Bauer, Berksmont News.

  • barns & fields in late afternoon

    An aerial view of barns in the Township

    Photo courtesy of Joe Fenstermacher.

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Office Hours are 9 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday.  Exceptions to these hours may be made by appointment.
A snow emergency is declared when there is 1” or more of accumulated snow.  Please do not park on municipal roads during a snow emergency or vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.  Click here for more information.

Honey Brook Township is a pleasant mix of living arrangements. There are some of the finest farms and farmhouses in our area; fine retirement communities; approximately 500 mobile home park units; and many single-family dwellings.  The PA Fish Commission, in cooperation with the Chester County Parks Department, maintain Struble Lake and the Township maintains the James A. Umble Memorial Park along Suplee Road, which is open to the public and is home to the Twin Valley Little League.

The heartbeat of any small community is the local volunteers, who donate their time and talent to improve our quality of life.  Most notably, but not limited to, they are the Honey Brook Fire Company and Ambulance Corp, the  Honey Brook Community Library, the several churches and service clubs.  Any one of these organizations is looking for willing helpers at any time.

Read our Township Mission Statement and Vision for the Future of Honey Brook Township

Read about our Township’s history.

 

Announcements

 

last update:  Feb. 26, 2015

Office Hours are 9 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday.  Exceptions to these hours may be made by appointment.
A snow emergency is declared when there is 1” or more of accumulated snow.  Please do not park on municipal roads during a snow emergency or vehicles will be towed at the owner’s expense.  Click here for more information.

Honey Brook Township is a pleasant mix of living arrangements. There are some of the finest farms and farmhouses in our area; fine retirement communities; approximately 500 mobile home park units; and many single-family dwellings.  The PA Fish Commission, in cooperation with the Chester County Parks Department, maintain Struble Lake and the Township maintains the James A. Umble Memorial Park along Suplee Road, which is open to the public and is home to the Twin Valley Little League.

The heartbeat of any small community is the local volunteers, who donate their time and talent to improve our quality of life.  Most notably, but not limited to, they are the Honey Brook Fire Company and Ambulance Corp, the  Honey Brook Community Library, the several churches and service clubs.  Any one of these organizations is looking for willing helpers at any time.

Read our Township Mission Statement and Vision for the Future of Honey Brook Township

Read about our Township’s history.

 

Announcements

 

last update:  Feb. 26, 2015

Public Hearing Notice March 11, 2015 – Ordinance 178-2015

At the Board of Supervisors Regular meeting on March 11, 2015, there will be a hearing to consider Ordinance 178-2015, Authorizing Participation of Honey Brook Township in Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) Trusts.  Click here for the advertisement in its entirety. Legal notices for the Township are published in the Daily Local News.  Visit the […]

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PennDOT revises Rte. 322 bridge reconstruction plans

UPDATE as of Feb. 19, 2015:  start of work has been rescheduled for March 2, 2015. Construction is scheduled to begin Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 on an 8-month project to rehabilitate the U.S. 322 (Horseshoe Pike) bridge over the west branch of the Brandywine Creek in Honey Brook Township, Chester County (located just west of Living God Lutheran […]

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Police Feasibility Study Available for Review

Last spring, the Board of Supervisors passed a motion to start looking into all the options that exist with regard to police coverage in the Township.  This was in no way meant to be a change in current police coverage; it was simply a statement of interest in the exploration of the various options that exist.  An initial meeting […]

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Honey Brook Food Pantry dates Jan.-Mar. 2015 (update)

The Honey Brook Food Pantry is operating out of the Good Food Distribution Center, 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook.  The pantry is open to Chester County residents living in the Twin Valley School District or immediate surrounding area.  You will need to bring identification showing proof of residency.  Individuals may pick up once per month from […]

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FY 2015 Budget Passed

The Honey Brook Township budget for Fiscal Year 2015 was adopted at the regular Board of Supervisors meeting on December 10, 2014. The budget is available on the Budget page under the Documents tab. NEW!  This year, there are two tools to help you understand how your local tax dollars are spent.  One is a chart which shows […]

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Is it Spring Yet? Stay tuned for event dates.

It seems as if it has already been a long winter, even though winter officially begins Dec. 21st.  Are you already looking forward to spring?  There will be plenty to look forward to!  Dates will be announced as soon as they are available for such things as:  Twin Valley Little League Opening Day, Ribbon Cutting […]

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Ordinances 176-2014 & 177-2014 passed

Duly advertised hearings were held on Wednesday, November 12, 2014 for the following two ordinances.  After the hearings, both draft ordinances were passed by unanimous vote of the Board of Supervisors.  The ordinances are now posted on the Ordinances page: Ordinance 176-2014, Property Maintenance Code. Ordinance 177-2014, Amending Chapter 14 of the Township Code of […]

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Winter Weather and Preparedness

The trace snowfall of November 13, 2014 reminds us all that more winter weather is around the corner.  Remember not to park on Township roads during a snow emergency (defined as an inch or more of accumulation).  Read more about being prepared for winter weather in the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ newsletter, Townships […]

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