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.
The Official Minutes
of the November 13th Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) Meeting.
Charlestown Day – 2023
Photos from the September 30th Charlestown Day celebration taken by Allen Underkofler and George Csete.
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Historic Photos Wanted
Historic Charlestown Photos Wanted
Do you have a photo with a story of something historic or special about Charlestown Township? HARB is looking for those unique examples
to include in our upcoming 2025 Charlestown Township Calendar. Send us your photo – and the story behind it that makes it so special.
If we use it, you’ll get full credit. And a FREE calendar. Send your best to:
email@example.com. Or mail your entry for a FREE
calendar to Charlestown Township, ATT: Paul Stevens.
Grants Available to Individual Property Owners & HOAs
Are you interested in protecting the stream(s) on your property? A rare grant funded opportunity is offered by the Stroud Water Research Center
to provide and plant native trees along the stream and to care for them for three years at no cost. These trees will help to improve the
stream habitat and water quality, reduce flooding, and reduce bank erosion.
Small areas will be considered but they will prioritize projects where at least two acres of trees can be planted along the
stream area that presently has no trees and no livestock.
If interested, contact David Wise at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recycle Alkaline Batteries
We Need Your Help
Valley Forge Sewer Authority Board (VFSA)
We’re seeking a volunteer to fill an unexpired 5-year term ending December 31, 2027 for the 6-member Board of Directors of the VFSA.
This Board oversees the plant and operations, budget & finance, and service and expansion. The VFSA Board meets on the second Monday
of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the VFSA Administration Building, located at 333 Pawling Road, Phoenixville.
Charlestown has two members on the Board of Directors.
The Environmental Advisory Committee works to protect and conserve the natural resources of Charlestown and advises the township.
This work needs caring residents who wish to preserve and protect Charlestown's beautiful environment to join a seven-person committee.
Please contact: EAC@charlestown.pa.us.