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.
PUBLIC NOTICE CONCERNING PADDLE CRAFT ON EAST BRANCH BRANDYWINE CREEK
PennDOT is in the process of demolishing and removing the old Rt. 322 bridge abutments on the east branch of the Brandywine Creek in East Bradford Township (in the vicinity of 810 Skelp Level Road). Demolition work will continue from now until February 24, 2020. All paddle craft (kayaks / canoes / rafts) should avoid this section of the east branch Brandywine Creek until February 24, 2020. Conditions in the work zone will be hazardous for paddle craft on the creek.
JEFFERIS BRIDGE REHABILITATION
On January 30, representatives from Chester County presented plans to restore the Jefferis Bridge that carries Allerton Road over the East Branch of the Brandywine Creek. Construction is slated to begin in the fall of 2021. You can view the presentation and summary handout. You can also provide information to the project engineer (Traffic Planning and Design) by filling out a public comment form.
On Tuesday December 10, 2019, the Board of Supervisors approved the 2020 Budget, which includes a 0.5 mill property tax increase. The following information is available on the budget: 2020 Budget Overview, Budget Letter, and 2020 Summary of All Funds. In addition, you can visit the Budget FAQ website, which was developed this spring to provide more detailed information about the budget process in general and the 2020 Budget in particular. If you have budget-related questions, please contact Director of Finance Michael Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or (610) 436-5108 x101.
DARLINGTON RIDGE PROJECT
Toll Brothers has begun construction on the Darlington Ridge development between Lenape and Tigue Roads. You can review key documents associated with the development from the Building, Zoning & Code Enforcement page. Recently, Flyway Construction began to mobilize on the south side of Tigue Road in preparation for a stream restoration project. While this is in close proximity to Toll Brothers’ Darlington Ridge project, the two projects are separate.