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FOW 2014 survey results  
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WARG Center Square Golf Couse and Center Point Village Planning Updates

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Transferrable Development Rights

Program Grows in Worcester

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When you look out your window, when you drive to work, when you glance at your tax bill, the case for open space preservation has been made. Friends of Worcester's mission is to preserve open space and conserve our rural and historic heritage. Municipalitites throughout the area are acting forcefully now to stop uncontrolled development. Some have arrived at the point of action too late – their communities are forever marred by the worst of suburban sprawl. How can we avoid this in Worcester?


Worcester Township is at a crossroads. The farms and woodlands that make our community unique are also the magnets that attract developers. We are one of the last remaining municipalities within a 40-mile radius of Philadelphia that is still green. We are in this position because of the strong leadership and foresight of the supervisor who served our community for many decades. Click here to read more.


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FOW Monthly Meetings

(Open to the public, Held at David Brothers

Bean Rd Nursery, Whitehall & Bean Rd, Mtgs

Begin at 7:30 PM)


May 11, Sept. 14, Oct. 12, Nov. 9


Township Meetings

(Open to Public, Held at Township Community Hall, unless otherwise noted on their website.)

Please check township website for up to date changes.  Thank you!


Board of Supervisors Monthly Meeting


May 18, June 15, July 20, Aug 17 Work Session-6:00 pm, Board of Supervisors Meeting-7:30 pm


Planning Commission

May 26, June 23, July 28, Aug 25  - 7:30 pm

Zoning Hearing Board

May 24, June 28, July 26, Aug 23  - 6:30 pm