The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

The Pride of Pennsylvania

Perkiomen Township was established in 1886 after a court appointed commission split Skippack Township and Perkiomen Township along the Perkiomen Creek. At that time the township was classified as a township of the second-class. Under that classification, a Board of Supervisors was established as the governing body. This body can be made up of either three or five members. In Perkiomen Township’s case the board is made up of five members.

 

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Homeowners Guide to Stormwater BMP Maintenance

Real ID – Brochure
Real ID – Document Checklist

PERKIOMEN TOWNSHIP 2019 PROPOSED BUDGET

PVSD Full-Day Kindergarten press release

PVSD Community Facilities Commitee Meetings

NOTICE REGIONAL POLICE MEETING: An Information Meeting will be held on Wednesday, December 5, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. in the Perkiomen Valley Middle School which is located at 220 Big Road (Route 73) in Lower Frederick Township.  The purpose of this meeting will be to present the Perkiomen Valley Regional Police Study.  This study will explore the creation of a full-service Regional Police Department that would include Schwenksville Borough, Perkiomen Township, Lower Frederick Township, and Upper Frederick Township.  The study examines a number of different facets and costs associated with development of this Regional Police Department.

 

 

 

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As part of the Perkiomen Township's overall efforts to improve services to its citizens, the complete municipal code is now available online. The new online Code provides convenient access to ordinances in a feature-rich format that has been specifically designed for optimal viewing on desktops and laptops as well as smartphones and tablet devices. To use the new electronic version of the Code, click the icon to visit Perkiomen Township's website.