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    Veterans Honored November 10, 2019 at Tel Hai

    Visit the Veterans Recognition page for more photos.

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Administration Office Hours are 9 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday; holiday closures as announced.  Exceptions to these hours may be made by appointment.

 

NEW!  Watch a live stream of Regular Meetings of the Board of Supervisors by clicking here .
Meetings begin at 7:00 pm on the second Wednesday of the month, February-December and on the first Monday in January.

 

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 600 mobile home park units; and many single-family dwellings.  The PA Fish Commission, in cooperation with the Chester County Parks Department, maintain Struble Lake.  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 include the Honey Brook Fire Company and Elverson-Honey Brook EMS, the Honey Brook Community Library, and the Honey Brook Food Pantry.  Any one of these organizations is looking for willing helpers at any time.  Visit the About the Township page for a listing of other local organizations, including church groups and service clubs, in addition to other helpful websites.

 

The Township Administration Office serves as a drop-off point for non-perishable items for the Honey Brook Food Pantry during normal business hours.

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

Read the 2015 Multi-Municipal Comprehensive Plan Update.

Read about our Township’s history.

Click here to see the complete 2019 meeting schedule (last revised May 9, 2019).

When required, public hearings for Ordinances, Conditional Use Applications, sale of Township property, bid information, and other Township business are advertised in advance of the hearings.  Legal notices for the Township are published in the Daily Local News.  Visit the Pennsylvania Public Notices website to search for notices of interest to you.

Announcements

 

Last update:  December 5, 2019.

Administration Office Hours are 9 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday; holiday closures as announced.  Exceptions to these hours may be made by appointment.

 

NEW!  Watch a live stream of Regular Meetings of the Board of Supervisors by clicking here .
Meetings begin at 7:00 pm on the second Wednesday of the month, February-December and on the first Monday in January.

 

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 600 mobile home park units; and many single-family dwellings.  The PA Fish Commission, in cooperation with the Chester County Parks Department, maintain Struble Lake.  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 include the Honey Brook Fire Company and Elverson-Honey Brook EMS, the Honey Brook Community Library, and the Honey Brook Food Pantry.  Any one of these organizations is looking for willing helpers at any time.  Visit the About the Township page for a listing of other local organizations, including church groups and service clubs, in addition to other helpful websites.

 

The Township Administration Office serves as a drop-off point for non-perishable items for the Honey Brook Food Pantry during normal business hours.

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

Read the 2015 Multi-Municipal Comprehensive Plan Update.

Read about our Township’s history.

Click here to see the complete 2019 meeting schedule (last revised May 9, 2019).

When required, public hearings for Ordinances, Conditional Use Applications, sale of Township property, bid information, and other Township business are advertised in advance of the hearings.  Legal notices for the Township are published in the Daily Local News.  Visit the Pennsylvania Public Notices website to search for notices of interest to you.

Announcements

 

Last update:  December 5, 2019.

Senator Muth Announces Lights & Display Contest

Senator Muth’s office has announced a Senate District 44 Lights and Display Contest.  For complete details, click here.  Send your name address, and municipality name to events44@pasenate.com along with an acknowledgement that Muth’s office may use a pic of your home on social media (NOTE:  names & addresses will not be disclosed).  Your home could be […]

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FY 2020 Budget Available for Public Review

The 2020 Preliminary Budget was presented at the November 13, 2019 Board of Supervisors meeting and will be on the agenda for approval at the December 11, 2019 meeting.  A copy of the preliminary budget is also available for inspection at the Township Administration Office, 500 Suplee Road, during normal business hours.

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Motorist Advisory: Automated Work Zone Speed Enforcement Pilot in Effect

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC), in partnership with the Pennsylvania State Police (PSP), has announced that its Automated Work Zone Speed Enforcement (AWZSE) pilot program is now in effect.  The purpose of the AWZSE is to reduce work zone speeds, change driver behavior, and improve work zone safety for […]

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Census 2020 Jobs Available

Census positions provide the perfect opportunity to earn some extra income while helping your community.  The results of the 2020 Census will help determine each state’s representation in Congress, as well as how certain funds are spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more.  This is your chance to play a part in history and help […]

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