Situated almost evenly between Philadelphia and Allentown, Franconia Township offers nearly 15 square miles of breathtaking landscapes including rolling hills, stream valleys, woodlands, and farms where the families of original settlers still live.
671 Allentown Road
Telford, PA 18969-2205
The intersection is open! The traffic signals are in the blinking mode, therefore there are temporary stop signs in place. The remaining work will be completed outside of the cartway.
The Franconia Township Offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday on Thursday, November 27th and Friday November 28th, 2014. We will reopen on Monday, December 1st, 2014.
The proposed 2015 Township Budget is now available for public review. Residents can view the budget at the administration building during regular business hours, which are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. The proposed budget is also available for review by clicking here. You can also view the "Franconia Township 2015 Budget Overview Slideshow" for additional budgetary information.
The Franconia Sewer Authority is now offering online payment for sewer bills.
Individual waste haulers operating within Franconia Township are required to offer a curbside leaf waste collection program. The leaf collection program itself, is an effort by the Township to implement a program where residents can dispose of leaf waste through a curbside collection. Act 101 defines "leaf waste" as "leaves, garden residues, shrubbery and tree trimmings, and similar material, but not including grass clippings." At a minimum two collection dates must be offered by your private hauler, one in the Spring and one in the Fall. Please remember:
Franconia community park rain garden project
You may have noticed some digging and construction activity at the Franconia Community Park. The Franconia Township Public Works Department is in the process of installing a rain garden. The rain garden project was selected for grant funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. It will provide both a mechanism for managing stormwater runoff and providing information to the park patrons about the benefits of rain gardens. Click here to read more about the project or click here to view additional pictures. The final plantings will be added this Fall with the completion of the project scheduled for October 2014.