Welcome to East Bradford Township
East Bradford Township strives to support the highest quality of life for current and future residents by: Being accessible, accountable, responsive, and respectful to all; Providing essential services with fiscal soundness; Promoting good stewardship of the Township’s scenic, natural, and historic resources; and Promoting vital social and physical connections between our residents and neighbors.
TEMPORARY ROAD CLOSURES
Asplundh Tree Expert Company alerted the Township that they will take down hazardous trees on the following roads this week so you will need to find alternate routes on these days between 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. approximately.
Thursday, September 20, 2018: Copeland School Road between Sunset Hollow Road and Conner Road.
Friday, September 21, 2018: North Creek Road between Downingtown Pike and Strasburg Road.
FALL FOLIAGE FIELD TRIP TO
HOPEWELL FURNACE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE AND
FRENCH CREEK STATE PARK
Come explore the Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site and French Creek State Park at the height of southeastern Pennsylvania’s fall foliage season, Saturday October 20th! Enjoy a guided tour of the Hopewell Furnace showing what life was like when the Furnace was in operation. Enjoy lunch and then hike the trails or pick apples in the orchard. Click here for more info and to register.
PLUM RUN MASTER PLAN PROJECT
The Plum Run Master Plan project seeks to advance several priority recommendations in the Township’s updated 2016 Comprehensive Plan by increasing public access to the Township’s natural and historic resources, creating safer multi-modal opportunities for cyclists and pedestrians, and interpreting the cultural history of the corridor. Click here to learn more on this project.
PREVENT MOSQUITO BITES AND MOSQUITO-BORNE DISEASES
The Chester County Health Department recently notified us that 2018 is evidencing an increased mosquito presence. Mosquito bites can cause illnesses such as the West Nile virus and Zika virus. Visit the County’s website to learn how to make both you and your home a “Bite-Free Zone.” Also they encourage residents to regularly check the West Nile Virus web page to monitor if mosquitoes with this virus have been detected in their municipality.