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Schuylkill Township is located along the Schuylkill River on the eastern border of Chester County in southeastern Pennsylvania. The township covers 9.44 square miles. Population at the 2020 census was 8,780.The Schuylkill River forms the township’s northern boundary, and Mount Misery (also known as Valley Forge Mountain) is the southern boundary. To the east is Valley Forge National Historical Park. The Borough of Phoenixville lies to the north and west.

For more on Schuylkill Township and its history, see the About Us section of this site.


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Township Notices

POSTED: Board of Supervisors Agenda

Posted on Agendas and Minutes page: January 3, 2021 Board of Supervisors Reorganization Meeting Agenda January 3, 2021 Board of Supervisors Regular Business Meeting Agenda This is a hybrid meeting and is being held in-person at the Township...

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PRESS RELEASE: John Frye Sworn-in as Chief of Police

  On Monday, December 13th, 2021 John Frye was formally sworn in as the Schuylkill Township Chief of Police in front of a room full of local law enforcement, staff, residents, and elected officials. Frye is replacing longtime Police Chief Jim...

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Creek Road Bridge Reopens!

CREEK ROAD BRIDGE REOPENS Chester County announced today that work is complete on the rehabilitation of the Creek Road Bridge in Schuylkill Township and it has been re-opened to traffic. Thank you for your patience and understanding during these...

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