Upcoming office closure

Our Township Office will be closed on Monday, February 19th for Presidents Day 🇺🇸

We will resume normal hours on Tuesday, February 20th

2024 Sponsorship opportunities available

Our 2024 sponsorship opportunities are now available! Sponsorships are a great opportunity for local businesses to gain exposure and help provide family entertainment to the community.

We have opportunities available for businesses of all sizes.

Interested in learning more? Contact Danielle at ddangelo@skippacktownship.org.

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PECO will be doing a project designed to improve reliability with a specific focus on vegetation and aging equipment. The project will be done in two phases with vegetation work beginning in November and finishing in December. The construction work is expected to begin in March and take approximately six months to complete. Below is more information on the project as well as a map of what areas will be impacted.

ALERT – Dog owners please read

We have received complaints of major issues regarding dogs off their leash and aggressive dogs. Therefore, as a reminder, we are re-posting that per Skippack Township Code:

  • Pets are prohibited from all parks/parkland unless attended and controlled by a leash.
  • The individual in charge of an animal shall possess proper implements for the gathering and disposing of pet waste.
  • All pet waste shall be collected immediately by the individual in charge of the animal, not buried, and shall be disposed of properly.  

This code is strictly enforced, and any violations will be fined. In the unfortunate event of a dog attack on yourself or your pet, please first seek emergency medical attention, and then please report to the State Police immediately following.

Thank you for your attention to this serious matter and help in keeping our residents and pets safe.