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Facility Rental Application
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  (both required for rental)

Hall Agreement w/Alcohol
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  (both required for rental)

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Caernarvon Township is a rural community of approximately 4,000 residents in southeastern Pennsylvania, conveniently located an hour west of Philadelphia and an hour east of Harrisburg. There are a variety of opportunities for residents to get involved in the community by serving on boards, participating in sports programs and participating in community service organizations.

Caernarvon Township is 8.9 square miles and is located in Berks County.

Caernarvon Township offers a variety of housing types from garden apartments to small, older homes to luxury condominiums to spacious estate homes. Caernarvon Township is ideally located at exit 298 of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Caernarvon Township is a highly desirable location for families with children as well as retirees.

In 2004, Caernarvon Township, Berks County, was named the 5th fastest growing township in the state of Pennsylvania.

ATTENTION RESIDENTS:  (updated November 20, 2017)

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No Planning Commission Meeting tonight


Please visit the Parks and Recreation Facebook Page for information about the Township Recreation opportunities:

Halloween Party - See Pictures HERE

Holiday Party - December 2, 2017 at 10:00 am

Christmas Home Decorating Contest
Application is HERE

Reading, November 2, 2017 − Sen. Judy Schwank is hosting a Home Water Workshop for residents who get their drinking water from a private well, spring or cistern on Thursday, Nov. 16, at Penn State Berks, 1800 Broadcasting Road. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Franco Building, Room 109. 

The program, presented by Penn State Extension, the Delaware River Basin Commission and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, will cover proper well construction and maintenance. That includes factors to consider when siting a well, tips for selecting a well driller, what to test for, maintenance issues, groundwater protection, and treatment options should a contaminate issue arise.

Participants may bring a sample of their drinking water for basic water testing during the session. The testing is for nitrates, total dissolved solids and pH will be provided during the event. Educators will be available to advise participants if their test results suggest further water analysis by an accredited lab is recommended.

For the sample: Empty a fresh, store-purchased plastic bottled-water container and refill it with water from the tap.



Do not discharge mower clippings into the street. Caernarvon Township is in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, and any debris discharged into the street will end up as fertilizer for the negative growth occurring in the bay. It is also a federal violation of the Clean Water Act.


Thanks to everyone that came to the Carnival and made it a success.

Supervisors meetings will begin at 7:00 p.m.
Vacancies on Boards:
Elected Auditors
Alternate to the Zoning Hearing Board

Interested persons must have been a resident for a year, and shall submit a letter to the Board of Supervisors.

Additionally; 2017 is the election year for (1) Township Supervisor,
the Tax Collector, and (3) Elected Auditors...
fine the Elections Web Site
HERE... important dates are HERE

Volunteers Need Background Checks
Find Policy Information Here. The PA Waiver can be found Here.


The Township wishes to express thanks to the individuals
and companies for their donations to the Township, including but not
limited to: Holiday Inn; Red Carpet Inn; Morgantown Beverage: Wal-Mart...

There are new rental rates for the Township Social Hall. If you are looking for a location to hold a reception, birthday party, or dinner, the Caernarvon Township Social Hall is available for rental, and new rates make it affordable. Please call 610-286-1010 to schedule a tour.


Please remember to trim your sidewalks and curb-lines. Residents are responsible for the care and maintenance of the sidewalks and curbs in front of your house. Information on the Chesapeake Bay Best Management Practices BMPs) can be found HERE.

The Caernarvon Township Sewer Authority is working to comply with discharge sewer requirements. Township residents, including farms, are also required to comply with requirements. By reviewing the BMPs, you can likely find ways to help. Visit the Chesapeake Bay website at

The Penn State Extension Service has great information about mowing on their website. Click HERE for more information.

Also, please see the attached Agricultural Best Management Practices (BMP) for farm stormwater management.


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Emergencies, Severe Weather, Traffic Alerts
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Lancaster Region Reliability Project
Please visit the following website for information about the electric transmission line:


Summer tips for mowing
Reminder: Please do not discharge grass clippings into the street. See this attached BMP Guideline for additional information.


A new Pennsylvania Drivers Manual is available at


Commuter Services' Rideshare and Emergency Ride Home - is a program that provide necessary tools to commuters in order for them to successfully switch from driving alone to a commuting alternative; such as carpooling, vanpooling, bicycling, walking or riding transit. Please visit In addition, they partner with
employers in Berks County. Click HERE for the list.


Tax Collector as follows:

Mail to PO Box 368 or call for an appointment at 610-507- 4894. For receipt, entire tax bill & self addressed, stamped envelope must be provided.



Medication Drop Box -

The Berks County Pharmaceutical Drop Box Initiative Program has been implemented. If you have unwanted and expired medications, the Township Building has a Medication Drop Box located at the Police Department. You may access the drop box during Township Business Hours (8:30am to 4:00pm) or after hours by contacting the Police Department for entry into the building. Please use a black marker to mark out any personal/identification information on the medication container. Please see the attached press releases for more information about this initiative program.

click here for press release  


Timbering Permit is Required
Date Added: 2010-03-15

Property owners are reminded that a Timber Permit is required to be submitted, along with a state approved Timber Harvest Plan, prior to timbering any portion of their property.

Additional information can be obtained obtained by visiting this page: (copy and paste into your browsers address box).

Right to Know Law
Date Added: 2009-02-16

Caernarvon Township Open Records Officer - Randall Miller

Contact information
PO Box 294
3307 Main Street, Morgantown, PA 19543
Phone 610-286-1010
Fax 610-286-1001

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records

Mailing Address: Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone Building
400 North Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225

Phone: 717-346-9903
Fax: 717-425-5343
General Email:

KEYSTONE  Caernarvon Township Tax ID is:     151001

The Chester Tax Collection Committee (CTCC) recently appointed Keystone Collections Group to serve as the Earned Income Tax (EIT) and Local Services Tax (LST) collector for school and municipal taxing authorities within Twin Valley School District. This important change was brought about under Act 32 of 2008. Act 32 requires municipal governments and school districts in all Pennsylvania counties, except Philadelphia, to select a single tax collector to serve the Earned Income Tax collection needs of the political subdivisions.

For more information go to:


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