2015 Schedule of Township Meetings and Events (PDF)
Planning Commission Meeting Cancelled
The Planning Commission meeting for Wednesday, May 20, has been cancelled.
Municipal Election Dates
May 12 - Last day to apply for an absentee ballot
May 15 - Last day for County Board of Elections to receive absentee ballots
May 19 - Municipal primary
Long-Term Road Closure
Rte. 23/Valley Forge Road over Pickering Creek
April 20 through late 2015
Route 23 over Pickering Creek will be closed for bridge replacement work from April 20 through late 2015. Details and a map of the vicinity are available at this information page.
Aqua PA Work on Valley Forge Road
Beginning on or after May 4
Aqua PA will be replacing a water main on Valley Forge Road between Country Club Road and the Reservoir Dam. More information is in this letter to customers from Aqua.
Township Sidewalk Feasibility Study
Thursday, May 21, 2015
4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Local residents and businesses will have an opportunity on May 21, 2015, to learn about a sidewalk feasibility study being undertaken by Schuylkill Township to boost walking within the township, and to provide sidewalk connections to and from Phoenixville. More information is available at the notice page.
The Phoenixville Compost Site at South 2nd Avenue is open.
The Schuylkill Township Compost Site is open by appointment but only accepts leaves.
Yard waste such as grass clippings, weeds, shrubs, tree limbs or branches, and construction materials of any kind are not accepted.
Golfing for Residents at Phoenixville CC
The Phoenixville Country Club is now open for Township resident play on two select Mondays each month, beginning in May and running through October. See the flyer for information and regulations (PDF).
Open Space Commission
The township’s Open Space Commission (“OSC”) is seeking a member. The OSC’s mission is to maintain and enhance the quality of life and character of the Township. Please see the notice page for more information.
Save the Date
Our little community of Schuylkill Township is a cross road – not only today for commuters but also for major events in our country’s history. Join us at the Phoenixville Country Club on Thursday, June 11, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. as Sean Moir, nationally known historian and animated map maker, presents Schuylkill Township and the Philadelphia Campaign of 1777. Combining his software and GIS skills with his personal interest in history, he will use animated battle maps highlighting Colonial-era roads, taverns and churches in our region and discuss its valuable role in the Revolutionary War.
To volunteer for a position in the Township, please use the Volunteer Application form.