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As of mid-August the eggs have hatched and adult insects have been seen throughout the Township. The Spotted Lanternfly (SLF) is an invasive insect that was first discovered in Berks County, PA, in September 2014. It has the potential to destroy high value crops including grapes, tree fruits and lumber. Washington Township is within the … Read More
The Washington Township Board of Supervisors are pleased to announce that the traffic signal and intersection improvement project for the Route 100/Barto Road intersection is set to begin on August 21, 2017. The project is expected to last several months and is planned to be completed by the end of October. In addition to the … Read More
Take a look at our new dog licensing information for 2017!
Washington Township officials have received reports of motor vehicle activities occurring in the Township’s parks. The vehicles in question include snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (“four-wheelers”), and trucks driving outside of designated areas. Please be advised that the operation of snowmobiles or any other motorized vehicles, except automobiles and trucks in designated areas, is prohibited in all … Read More
With the fall season here and winter soon to come, hunting season will be in full swing. We wanted to take this opportunity to reminder all residents that the possession, use, or discharge of any firearm, air rifle, bow and arrow or any other weapon is prohibited in all Township parks and open space areas … Read More
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*****ATTENTION TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS***** Please contact the Reading State Police at 610-378-4011 to report any suspicious activity at the Washington Township Park located on Victoria Drive as well as any suspicious activity in Washington Township! THANK YOU!
Healthy Habits For The Prevention Of The Spread Of Infection Click here for more information
At the April 23, 2015 meeting, the Board of Supervisors adopted Resolution 2015-22, creating the Washington Township “Adopt-A-Roadway” program. This program is open to volunteers (residents and business owners) who wish to apply to assist in litter removal along roadways in the Township. Certain guidelines must be adhered to if you are going to adopt … Read More