Honey Brook Township, Chester County, PA

Honey Brook Township

Chester County, PA

500 Suplee Road • PO BOX 1281 • Honey Brook, PA 19344

Office Hours: Mon-Fri 9AM-3PM
Phone: (610) 273-3970
Fax: (610) 273-3909

Employment & Volunteer Opportunities


The search is on for a Township Manager.  Click here for the details and application.



Employment applications are only accepted when an opening exists.  The Township’s employment application may be accessed and then printed by clicking here.


Volunteer Opportunities

Township Boards and Commissions:  While there are no openings at the current time, interested residents are welcome to send a letter of interest and résumé to the Township Manager at any time.  Make sure to include your contact information, explain why you are interested in serving, what makes you a good candidate and where you want to serve.

Honey Brook Fire Company:  The Fire Company relies solely on volunteers to provide fire protection and fire police services for the community as well as completing a variety of administrative tasks and fundraising activities.  Learn more about all of the opportunities available by contacting the Fire Company at 610-273-2688 or clicking here for information.

Elverson – Honey Brook EMS:  The EMS is looking for individuals who have the willingness to learn new skills; maintain certifications; and are able to sign up for a shift to respond to emergency calls as part of a team.  Learn more about all of the opportunities available by contacting the Elverson – Honey Brook EMS at 610-286-8925 or clicking here for information.

Chester County Raised Garden Program:  Honey Brook Township and the Honey Brook Community Library participate in the garden program to raise food for the Chester County Food Bank.  The food raised in these beds go directly to the community for distribution, through such organizations as the Honey Brook Food Pantry, Steeple to People, Shepherd’s Kitchen, and the Salvation Army in Glenmoore.

These small gardens grow food for three seasons of the year which require volunteers to plant, water, weed and harvest crops such as lettuce, spinach, beans, tomatoes, cucumbers, and carrots from Spring through the Fall.  No gardening knowledge is needed. One day’s work can last between 20 minutes and a hour.  It is an organic garden bed so no pesticide or insectide is used.

Contact the Honey Brook Township Office at 610 273-3970 to help at the Township Administration Building or Jennifer Spayd at 610 273-3303 to help at the Honey Brook Community Library.  No amount of time is too small to contribute!


This page was last updated on September 10, 2021.