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Weather Event - Being Prepared

1.  Fill gas tanks of all cars/trucks 2.  Power failures are typical.  Purchase extra supply of batteries to power radi…

ANNUAL YARD SALE

The annual Township Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, April 29, 2017 9:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Pennsbury Township P…

ReadyChesCo - Sign Up

ReadyChesCo is used to notify you during a major crisis or emergency, and delivers important emergency alerts; such as weathe…

Earned Income Tax (EIT) Return Due April 18th

Keystone Collects is the Chester County EIT Tax Collector.  EIT Tax Return is due by April 15th.  The quickest way to get y…

Summer Road Work

Roads to be worked on summer, 2017 will be all of the road in Chadds Ford Knoll.    Road work will be done after school let…

Township Alert

PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOORS LOCKED, especially during the summer and alert your neighbors when you go away.  There have been peop…

Pocopson Bridge Renovation

The Pocopson Bridge on Rt. 926 will be renovated this year.  The bridge will be closed starting February, 2017 and reopen Se…

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The following books are available at the township building:



Land Development and Subdivision Ordinance: $20
Zoning Ordinance: $20

Covers land development and zoning issues.


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Comprehensive Plan: $30

Overall view of the township, past, present and future. Contains land maps and historic site information.

Strategic Planning for Open Space Conservation: $20

Planning guide for future land use.

Stormwater Management Ordinance: $10
Route 1 Corridor Study: $20

Presents how Route 1 is being developed and how the township would like to see it developed in the future

Land Use Patterns: $20

Shows how the township is being developed and in what direction this development is going.

Act 537 Sewage Facilities Plan: $20

Outlines what type of sewage plans are being used and what the township endorses for development.

YE West Side of the Brandywine (Pamphlet) by Freida McMullan and M.L.: $5

Hughes give a thumbnail history of Pennsbury and how it came to be back in the late 1700's.

Fairville Historic District: $15