Unfunded Mandates - Costly Practice Eats Up Local Tax Dollars Click Here to read the article
AnnouncingAGREM, Inc, also known as Avon Grove Regional Emergency Management. Click Herefor more details
Please report downed trees to the Township office at 610-255-5212 or via email.
If you have an inlet box (storm drain) on your property, please give us a hand and clean it out by removing any leaves that are blocking it. We appreciate your assistance in helping us clean up the Township.
Free Mulch for
Franklin Township Residents
Mulch from recently downed branches will be made available for free pickup at the Franklin Preserve, Monday - Friday, 8 AM to 3 PM. While supplies last! Click Here for more information
Dansko and Exelon Employees Plant Trees at Franklin Preserve
On April 23, 2013, volunteers from Dansko & Exelon descended into the Franklin Preserve and in just a couple of hours, 1050 new hardwood saplings were planted. The Brandywine Conservancy’s Wes Horner led the workday & said this project was designed to connect the mature woodlands that already exist in Franklin Preserve. Click Herefor the full article Thank you to everyone who participated!
NEW STOP SIGNS INSTALLED AT
OLD SCHOOL HOUSE ROAD AND
PHEASANT HILL LANE
The new 3-way stop signs were installed at the intersection of Old School House Road and Pheasant Hill Lane today. Motorists should be mindful of the 35 mph speed limit.
Brownie Troop 4923 Helps Clean Up Crossan Park on GREAT AMERICAN CLEANUP DAY
Julia Yurkovich, of Brownie Troop 4923, wrote a letter to Supervisor Chairman John Auerbach with ideas on how to clean up Franklin Township.
With Chairman Auerbach's help, Julia and her Troop beautified Crossan Park on Saturday, April 20th.
Traffic Signal Coming to the
Intersection of Routes 896 and 841
Franklin Township is pleased to announce the Township has been awarded $184,000 through PennDOT’s Automated Red Light Enforcement (ARLE) Funding Program for the signalization of the intersection of SR 896 and SR 841. Over the past five years interim safety improvements have been made by PennDOT and the Township to increase awareness at the intersection including additional warning signage, rumble strips, pedestal mounted flashing warning signals on both SR 896 approaches and, most recently, implementation of a four-way stop at the intersection. Despite these short-term improvements, this intersection remained a safety concern to residents and commuters. Click Here for more information
Brownie Troop 4923
Learns About Local Government
Franklin Township Chairman John Auerbach helped Troop 4923 complete their Brownie Quest: Learning about Local Government. The Brownies will be doing some Park clean up as part of the Township's Great American Cleanup on Saturday, April 20th.
On February 19, 2013, the Township was served with a lawsuit request a stay of the demolition of the barn located on the Township office property. On March 11, 2013, the Franklin Township solicitor’s office filed answer to the lawsuit.
Monday, May 20thand Tuesday, May 21st 5th Annual Avon Grove District-wide Art Show
Where: AGHS Gymnasium
Hours: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM Click Here for more details
Monday, May 27th
The Township Office will be closed in observance of Memorial Day
If you are a person with a disability and wish to attend any of these public meetings, please do not hesitate to contact the Township at 610-255-5212 to make arrangements.
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