The park restroom and water fountain is now open....Restroom hours are dawn to dusk Restroom…Read More
Reminder: Zoning Hearing Board 'virtual' meeting tonight (Re: 1700 Goosetown Road)-- Wednesday, May 12, 2021…Read More
The 2020 Annual Audit and Condensed Financial Report for East Fallowfield Township are now available…Read More
The East Fallowfield Township Newsletter- Spring 2021 will be arriving in your mailbox shortly..... but…Read More
Help us build a better future for East Fallowfield Township. Volunteer today to serve on…Read More
Residents who wish to drop off their own lawn and yard debris may do so…Read More
What is a “recreational fire?” A recreational fire is an outdoor fire utilized for recreational…Read More
As more people are staying home during the COVID-19 crisis, the Township has received many…Read More
To get information on power outages such as how to report outages and check the…Read More
You do NOT need a Use & Occupancy (U & O) Inspection/Certificate for the resale…Read More
In the News (November 19, 2020): Eagle Scout Candidate Dylan Florschutz from East Fallowfield Township builds a fishing pier at the East Fallowfield Township Community Park pond.
Great Job, Dylan! East Fallowfield Township appreciates your leadership and efforts to improve our community park.
The Spring 2020 East Fallowfield Township newsletter will be arriving in your mailbox shortly..... but an electronic version is available right now! Inside you will find the latest Township and community news, project updates, and more.
Effective March 18, East Fallowfield Township has issued an Declaration of Disaster Emergency. This declaration allows the Township to more rapidly respond to the growing COVID-19 crisis by enacting our emergency responses. This will also enable us to tap additional aid if need be.
East Fallowfield Township has released its Proposed 2020 Budget and Proposed Capital Improvement Program.
There is no proposed increase in the Real Estate Tax millage rate, while also maintaining all current services. The current trash fee ($275) will not increase.
The 2020 Budget also proposes a separate fund for Trash. “The goal of the new Trash Fund is to increase transparency and also help the Township make better financial decisions by more easily showing the incomes and expenses related only to trash and recycling collection,” said Township Manager Scott Swichar.
Adoption is scheduled for the December 17 Board of Supervisors meeting.
To view the 2020 Proposed Budget, please click here.