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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Township Wins Statewide Awards

  1. Worcester Township has been selected as a winner for the 2017 Governor's Awards for Local Government Excellence in the category of "Fiscal Accountability and Best Management Practices.  The awarded project is the approved 2017 budget, which can be reviewed here.
  2. Worcester Township has been selected as a third place winner for 49th Annual Township Citizen Communication Contest.

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Sewer Bill: Due January 31, 2017

Bill Mailed: January 1, 2017
Bill Due: January 31, 2017 (4th quarter of 2016)
  • $126.45/ quarter.
  • Sewer bill for October, November, December 2016.
Payment Information:
If the due date falls on a weekend, payment must be received by the Township office prior to the due date (e.g. paid ahead of time, mailed earlier, dropped off in our door slot) - you will be subject to a 10% late fee if payment is not received by the Township on/before January 31. 
Effective January 4, 2016 (Resolution No. 16-02):
ALL credit card transactions are now subject to service charge fees. Please consider another form of payment to avoid these additional fees.

US Army Reserve Center - Update 10/7/16

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 a site well 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.