Welcome to Warwick Township, Chester County
Dear Visitors to the Warwick Township Web Site
The Board of Supervisors welcomes you to a view of Warwick Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. Warwick is a wonderful place to live and to visit. Its history involves notable names such as William Penn, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington. Warwick Township was instrumental in the Revolutionary War in that its iron furnaces produced cannon and shot necessary for waging the effort to remove the British from American soil. In many respects, Warwick today resembles that of the past. Undisturbed fields, woodlands, and streams still occupy the land as they did then.
The ability to retain some of its past is challenged by the continuing demand for change. Over many years, your Board of Supervisors has worked diligently to retain the character of the Township and, at the same time, carefully direct its future given the ever increasing needs dictated by the continuing increase in its population. For more of the story of Warwick Township, click here.
Again, the Board of Supervisors welcomes you to its web site. Please browse the site as it provides not only items of general interest, but also specific information on the various boards and commissions of the Township, permit and application forms, and much more.
Warwick Township Board of Supervisors
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The Chester County Department of Aging Services has an excellent publication for the older population (April 2011 - Volume 3, Issue 2). Among its topics are Long Term Care Planning, Online Training for Caregivers, Dental Discount Program, County Prescription Discount Card, Medicare 101, Free Housecleaning Program for Females Undergoing Chemotherapy, and others. For further information call Chester County Aging Services at 610 344-6350 or email firstname.lastname@example.org