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.
AREA ROAD WORK
The Township’s annual road project is slated to begin in July. This year, there will be work on portions of Skelp Level Road, Frank Road, North Creek Road, and Sconelltown Road. However, there are a number of other projects planned in the surrounding area that could impact residents. Visit the Public Works Page for more information.
Poison Hemlock is currently found throughout Chester County and Pennsylvania in parks, along trails and in open spaces. Please take a moment to get to know this very Dangerous Plant!
PENN ENVIRONMENT CANVASSING
PennEnvironment (a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization) will be canvassing East Bradford Township June 4 – June 30 to inform residents about the harmful nature of styrofoam to the environment. They will canvass Monday – Friday 4:00 – 9:00 p.m. and sometimes on Saturday afternoons. They will have Penn Environment pins or t-shirts, tablets, and materials.
Neighborhood University is a free program offered by the West Chester Area Council of Governments (WCACOG). The program aims to educate citizens about local government and increase awareness of available municipal services and resources. There are 11 sessions total, each taking place on Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. The first session is on September 7 and the last session is on November 15. Sessions are offered free of charge to residents or business owners (age 16 or older). To learn more or to register, visit https://www.nugwc.org/.
MONTHLY CURBSIDE YARD WASTE COLLECTION
From March through December, yard waste will be collected curbside on the 3rd Saturday of each month. Please place leaves and small cuttings in brown paper leaf bags. Larger sticks and branches must be tied with twine in bundles that are no longer than three (3) feet and no more than 25 pounds. All items for collection must be curbside by 6:00 a.m. on the collection day. Please make sure items are visible from the street so that they will not be missed.
VOLUNTEER TODAY. CHESTER COUNTY LIVES DEPEND ON IT!
With a shortage of volunteer firefighters not only in Chester County but across the state, volunteer firefighters are needed more than ever. As a volunteer firefighter, you can help save lives, protect your community in times of crisis, or simply lend a hand back at the fire station. To learn more, download this brochure about volunteering, and view videos about firefighting and other volunteer needs. This may be your unique opportunity to provide a much needed service to your community.