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Welcome To Franconia Township

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.

Franconia Township

671 Allentown Road
Telford, PA 18969-2205

Phone: 215-723-1137
Fax: 215-723-4167

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THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT OF FALL FEST 2019.  WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING EVERYONE NEXT YEAR!

 Fall Fest Logo Website Thank You

 

Curb my Clutter is a new program that is now available countywide for residents to recycle electronics and clothing. Click here to see a flyer to learn all about how it works.

 

ELECTRONICS PROGRAM

Although State law requires electronics manufacturers to offer recycling opportunities for TVs and computers, those manufacturers are no longer sponsoring County recycling collections in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region.  Concern about the lack of disposal options for TVs and computers should be directed to the appropriate State Representative and Senator

RECYCLING - Click here for important information on recycling properly.

2019 Hazardous Waste Recycling Events - Click here for schedule.

LEAF BAGS ARE HERE!!  Click here for trash hauler pickup schedules.

Information on the Spotted Lanternfly may be found by clicking here

PennDOT REAL ID Online Pre-Verification.  For information, click here.

Governor Tom Wolf congratulates Franconia Township on being the 10th safest community in Pennsylvania. Click here to read the letter.

Stormwater Management- TMDL Strategy Plans

Franconia Township is required to file a strategy plan that addresses how the Township intends on reducing the amount of sediment in the impaired Skippack Creek and Indian Creek, with measurable results within the next five years. The Township's MS4 Committee has worked closely with the Township Engineers to develop a plan that they believe will accomplish a reduction in the sediment level and satisfy the requirements of the PA Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The plans can be viewed by clicking here or by stopping into the office and requesting to review the document.