October 8, 2015
- The Agenda
for the October 26, 2015 Board of Supervisors’ budget work session Meeting.
- PennDOT has notified us that they will be performing road maintenance (oil & chip) on Yellow Springs Road,
Hollow Road and Church Road by the end of the week of October 12th and are presently working on Newcomen Road.
- The Official Minutes
of the September 1, 2015 Board of Supervisors’ Meeting.
- The Planning Commission meeting scheduled for October 13, 2015 has been cancelled.
The next meeting will be on November 10, 2015 at 7:30 pm at the Great Valley Middle School.
is in the midst of a major improvement project. Initial renderings of the restroom building and plot plans are
- Register to vote online. Pennsylvania now offers online registration
for residents with a valid driver’s license or non-driver’s ID.
- The draft report of the
Devault Trail Feasibility Study
is available here
and is also available in hard copy form to review at the Township Office.
- Renovations — the pavilion area at Charlestown Park will be closed starting June 1st to allow demolition of the
existing structures and replacement with new pavilions, restrooms and play area this fall.
- Charlestown township is pleased to announce that in 2013 our Website was awarded
in the 45th Annual Township Citizen Communication Contest. Thank you Pennsylvania
State Association of Township Supervisors!
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Welcome to Charlestown Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Our township is about 25 miles
west of Philadelphia and very close to Valley Forge National Historical Park. It is rich in the
history of Pennsylvania. The township is about 12.515 square miles (8,010 acres) in area.
Our Purpose is to supply the most comprehensive information available on our township in an online
The name, Charlestown, honors Charles Pickering, the friend to whom William Penn granted
5,383 acres along the creek where Pickering and his friend John Tinker, believed (mistakenly) that
they had found silver. The two men dug a cave into the side of “Tinker Hill,” thus creating the
first non-Indian residence in the township. Drowned on a voyage back to England before 1700, Pickering
willed his land to sixteen friends. The acreage was combined with that of John Grey and of Penn’s
sister, Margaret Lawther, to become Charlestown Township in the first official survey of 1738. This
included both Schuylkill Township and the Borough of Phoenixville, areas removed from Charlestown