WELCOME!

Instructions to Access BOS Public Meetings through 2020

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The Franklin Township office will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 26, 2020 and Friday, November 27, 2020. The office will again be open “by appointment only” on November 30, 2020.           Happy Thanksgiving!

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See below for the remaining meetings through 2020:

  • Wednesday, December 2nd—BOS 2nd Fee Schedule Workshop Meeting
  • Wednesday, December 9th—BOS Regular Meeting

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NOTICE: Due to the shelter-in-place order issued today by Governor Wolf, the Franklin Township office is closed. See the COVID-19 page for more information.

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See the COVID-19 Page for more updates to Franklin Township tax relief and other important notices!

COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency for Franklin Township

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency Franklin Township through 4 30 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 5 13 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency Franklin Township through 6 10 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 7 8 2020

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 8 12 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 9 9 2020

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 10 14 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency through 11 11 20

Extension of COVID-19 Declaration of Emergency Franklin Township through 12 9 20

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Franklin Township Supervisors welcomes you!

19.2 sqare miles or 12,321 acres; 42.28 total Township road miles; 4,515 people, 1,704 households and 1,284 families residing in Franklin Twp. (2000 census)

The Board of Supervisors consists of five members. The Chairmanship of the Board is voted on by the Board of Supervisors. The authority of the Board is based upon the State’s Second Class Township Code.

The Board serves as the legislative body of the township, setting policy, enacting ordinances and resolutions, adopting budgets and levying taxes.  The board also performs executive functions such as formulating the budget, enforcing ordinances, approving expenditures and hiring employees.

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 Holidays Observed by the Township:

New Year’s Day (January)

Presidents Day (February)

Good Friday (March or April)

Memorial Day (May)

Independence Day (July)

Labor Day (September)

Thanksgiving Day (November)

Day after Thanksgiving (November)

½ Day Christmas Eve (December)

Christmas Day (December)

Regular Business Hours: M-F  8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

MEETINGS:

Board of Supervisors

-2nd Wednesday of the Month, 7:00 PM

Planning Commission

– 1st Monday of the Month, 7:00PM

Zoning Hearing Board

– 3rd Monday of the Month, 7:00 PM

Parks & Recreation Board

– 3rd Tuesday of the Month, 7:00PM

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