2014 capital plan final review
Click here to review the 2014 Capital Plan Draft.
comprehensive plan meeting
Click here to view the agenda for the Comprehensive Plan review:
Chapter 12: Parks, Recreation, and Trails Inventory
Chapter 13: Sustainable Future and Energy Conservation
request for proposals
Click on positions below to review the Request for Proposals:
2013 fall/winter newsletter
Click here to view the 2013 Fall/Winter Kennett Township Newsletter.
2013 fall/winter activities & meetings
Click here to view upcoming activities and meetings.
Click here to read this important explanation when a 9-1-1 recording is received.
chandler bridge meeting update
We had a successful meeting on March 25th regarding the Chandler Mill Bridge. Everyone was encouraged to give presentations, read letters and ask questions. We gained a lot of valuable input. Once the meeting is transcribed by the Court reporter it will be posted on the website. The next step will be a meeting with the Supervisors and the County Commissioners to better understand the County’s position. Further updates will be posted on the website.
chandler bridge meeting transcription/videos
The Kennett Township Communications Committee has just been formed and one of their first tasks is to survey Township residents to learn of their interest in receiving Township communications, the form of the communication, and its frequency. The survey will take less than five minutes and your input will help form the Township communication strategy. You can access the survey by clicking here.
electronic newsletter sign-up
Click here to sign-up for the Kennett Township Newsletter by entering your email address and name.
Email Lisa Moore @ firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for email notification of events, newsletters, etc.
kennett fire company new tanker
Kennett Township Supervisors are pictured below along with Kennett Fire Company Chief Melton and Deputy Chief Mitchell in fron ot the new Tanker 24.
kennett township resident receives national award for sustainable design
limestone ridge - whiteside cu decision
Click here to view the updated Limestone Ridge - Whiteside Conditional Use decision approved January 25th.
Residents can request millings (ground up asphalt) to use for driveways, parking lots, etc.
Contact the Maintenance Garage @ 610-444-5130 to coordinate delivery.
missing person alert
Click here for more information.
proposed budget overage policy
Click here to view the proposed budget overage policy.
recycling and yard waste center
Effective January 21st, the recycling and yard waste center will be open dawn to dusk Monday through Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m. to dusk.
route 1 corridor initiative
Click here to view the PowerPoint presentation.
Sewer payments by credit card can now be completed online by selecting the drop-down category ""Sewer" under the General Information tab.
The Township has recently discovered that they cannot prohibit all soliciting as the Township Soliciting Ordinance reads. The Township can require solicitors to be registered and licensed by the State and they must register with the Township and provide proof that they are registered and licensed by the State prior to soliciting in the Township. The Township is in the process of revising the ordinance to reflect this requirement.
Residents are permitted to place signs at the entrance to their properties either at the driveway or on the mailboxes stating no soliciting. Anyone violating this and entering a property that is labeled no soliciting will be charged with trespassing. If a solicitor enters a property labeled no soliciting the resident must ask for their badge id and report it to the Police. If you live on a private road you can put a no soliciting sign at the entrance to the private road/development. Developments on public roads cannot put a no soliciting sign at the entrance; it will not be enforceable; you must place the sign at each residence.
state of emergency (special needs assistance)
If you are a person with special needs (including elderly or disabled) and would require assistance during a State of Emergency, please contact the Township office via email @ email@example.com or via phone 610-388-1300 x112. We will place you on a county list so that emergency providers are aware that you require assistance.
supervisor work sessions
Work sessions have been reinstated and will be held on the first Tuesday of each month from 6-7 pm.
Click here for the suggested guideline for the selection of plant materials in Kennett Township.
alarm registration forms
Alarm registration forms are located under the "General Information" tab and can be accessed by clicking on "Forms." If you have an alarm system, please print out the form, fill it out and either mail it in to the township or drop it off at the Township Building. If you do not have an alarm system, you do not need to fill out a form.
As of March 1, 2009, no more burning permits will be issued in response to the PA DEP requirements. This includes downed tree limbs, twigs and brush. All burning will be prohibited, except for Agricultural business with a permit. Ceremonial burning will be handled on a case basis. Trash haulers are expected to provide three curbside pickups a year; one each in Spring and Fall and the third in January for Christmas trees. Additionally, there will be a dumpster at the Township maintenance garage for residents who wish to dispose of this debris at other times.
hunting season guidelines
The Pennsylvania Game Commission details the types of permitted hunting by Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) or Regions. Kennett Township is located in WMU or Region 5C.
To report dead deer on PennDOT roads, call 484-340-3201; on township roads, call 610-926-3136.
keep america beautiful award
Kennett Township has been awarded the First Place National Award at Keep America Beautiful's 58th National Conference for bringing local government, business, and private citizens together to create a beautiful, safe community.
ready notify PA
ReadyNotifyPA.org is a website that enables local officials in Southeastern Pennsylvania to send emergency text alerts and other important notifications to your cell phone, pager, BlackBerry, PDA and/or email.
The township recycling center on Bayard Road now accepts plastic containers #1 through #7.
View updated tax information under the General Information Tab.