​Invasive Insects Pose a Real Threat

to Franklin Township

Leaving your pet in the car, even for brief periods of time, can result in life-

The Emerald Ash Borer and the Spotted Lanternfly are damaging to area hardwoods.  Click Here to learn more about how this can affect the trees on your property.

Capital Infrastructure Projects & Accomplishments – 2012 to date

At the August 28 Board of Supervisors meeting (the meeting is being held the 4th Wednesday of the month), representatives from PennDOT will present an overview of the various improvements on 896 with detailed information on the proposed Appleton Road and 896 intersection, a plan for better site distance at Scotts Glen and the proposed roundabout at the intersection of Route 841 and Route 896.  We encourage you to come so you can hear firsthand what PennDOT has planned. All of the attached construction plans depict designs that are different from the one’s shown to the public at the Public Meeting for the project.  

Here are the documents relating to these changes 

Much progress has been made in improving our roadways for function and safety.  Improvements are being made to Crossan Park and additional land has been preserved as open space.  Please read further for the details.

threatening heat distress Check out this post on the  Community Bulletin Board for more awareness tips and how to get relief for pets trapped in cars.

Check out Ethan Shovlin’s Eagle Scout project – constructing a bridge to connect the Keen Trail to the Wyndemere Open Space!

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Franklin Township - Kemblesville, PA​​

EMERALD ASH BORER

SPOTTED LANTERNFLY

PennDOT to Present 
896 Improvements Plan

UPCOMING MEETINGS  


Wednesday, August 28
Board of Supervisors Meeting
Start Time: 7:00 PM


Thursday, September 5
Planning Commission Meeting
Start Time: 7:00 PM


Tuesday, September 10
HARB and Historical Commission Combined Meeting
Start Time: 7:00 PM


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.