Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00am - 4:30pm

1721 Valley Forge Road P.O. Box 767
Worcester PA 19490

Office: 610-584-1410

Fax: 610-584-8901

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Traffic Counter Coming Soon

During the months of July thru November, PennDOT will be contracting with a vendor (Southern Traffic Services) to collect traffic data on select Township-owned roads within Worcester.  This data is typically reported annually to the Federal Highway Administration.  This data determines the amount of money that the state receives from the Federal Government. 


Traffic counters will be placed at the below locations.  Please note that these counters are not being set for any road project or speed trap.


-Green Briar (Intersection of Crest Terrace and Hickory Hill Drive)

-Landis Road (intersection of Hickory Hill Drive and Defford Road)

-Steelman Road (Corner of 363)

-Hillcrest Drive (Corner of 363 and Country View Lane)

-Clyston Circle (Cul de sac)

Summer with Worcester Township


You're probably getting your summer plans in order, which include determining what type of activities your children will participate in over the next few months.  Whether your child is interested in something that is sports related, or an inside activity - check out our summer offerings by clicking the links below. 

We also have bus trips for the adults, too - including a private tour of a Bucks County winery this August.  Not to mention we have a ton of discount tickets to our area's most popular attractions. 

US Army Reserve Center - Update 5/19/17

As you may know, Worcester Township has been in discussion with the US Army to acquire the former US Army Reserve Center on Berks Road. The US Army has agreed to transfer the 19-acre property to the Township at no cost, provided this property is used for recreational purposes.
Prior to the Township taking ownership of this property, a number of inspections and investigations were completed at the property. 
Worcester Township has been notified of test results taken from the site wells within the grounds at the US Army Reserve Center.  The test results reflected that PFOA and PFOS may have impacted the groundwater.  These test results do not pertain to drinking water.  Other tests conducted on the drinking water well at the site did not confirm the presence of PFOA or PFOS above the EPA advisory level for drinking water.