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Worcester Township Board of Supervisors

Worcester Township was established in 1733 when twenty-two landowners petitioned the local courts to create a new municipality.  Today, more than 11,000 residents call Worcester Township home.
Located in the geographic center of Montgomery County, Worcester Township boasts a higher quality of life coupled with convenient access to nearby shopping areas and employment centers.  The Township owns and maintains more than 300 acres of parks and open spaces, and serves as one of the gateways to the 3,350-acre Evansburg State Park.  The historic Peter Wentz Farmstead is located on Skippack Pike, in Center Point Village.   
The Township is governed by a three-member Board of Supervisors.  Supervisors are elected at-large, and serve on staggered six-year terms.  Unless otherwise noted, all public meetings are held at Community Hall, 1031 Valley Forge Road.  Please visit our website at worcestertwp.com for meeting dates, times, agenda and materials.