The Hilltown Township Board of Supervisors welcomes you to our website. As you explore the pages of the site, you will undoubtedly discover a Township that is both rich in history and progressive in spirit. This site offers you a wealth of information and services provided by Hilltown Township.
The year 2018 marks 335 years since William Penn met the Indian Chiefs of the Delaware Nation on the land where Hilltown Village now sits.
Jack McIlhinney, Chairman
Ken Bennington, Vice-Chairperson
Jim Groff, Supervisor
The Board of Supervisors believes it is in the best interest of the Township and its residents to amend the rules and regulations for the use of the Yard to prohibit the abuses that have occurred as of Saturday, October 27, 2018.
Below are some of the highlighted changes to the Yard.
Permitted Yard Waste:
The following are prohibited and may not be dropped off at the Yard:
Use by Individual Hilltown Township Residential Users Only. Commercial Users Prohibited.
Use of the Yard shall be limited to individual Hilltown Township residents only. Non-residents of Hilltown Township may not drop off Waste, permitted or otherwise, at the Yard. Commercial businesses are prohibited from dropping off Permitted Waste at the Yard regardless of whether they are residents of Hilltown Township, operate a business in Hilltown Township or are removing yard waste for Hilltown Township residents and owners.
We have reposted the regulations on a sign at the Yard. If you have any question please call the Township at 215-453-6000.
At the October 23rd meeting of the Hilltown Township Board of Supervisors a timeline was presented for the repair of the Rickert Road Bridge. Bidding will commence in the third quarter of 2018 with construction... More
In recognition of National Emergency Medical Services Week, PennDot encourages state residents to sign up for two free programs. They are the Yellow Dot and Emergency Contact Information programs. Participants in the Yellow Dot program... More
An article entitled "Stormwater Pollution: Everyone's Problem" was published by Krista Scheirer, Conservation Coordinator at the Perkioment Watershed Conservancy. Exerpts of the article can be found below. To read the article in its entirety, please... More
In order to be in compliance with Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection regulations, Hilltown Township recently adopted a new SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING ORDINANCE and a new BURNING ORDINANCE . Under the new ordinances, it... More
Perkiomen Creek communities working together on stormwater issues If gold coins fell from the sky, would you collect them in trashcans and throw them away? Of course not! But that is exactly what we do... More
First recorded history in Hilltown Township was made of 1683, when William Penn met the Indian Chiefs of the Delaware Nation on the land where Hilltown Village now sits. More