Click Here to view Current Subdivision / Land Development Plans

Click Here to view Proposed Ordinances

Home Rule Charter Information:

*Visit the Home Rule Transition page for more information on
Concord Township’s transition to a Home Rule Charter.*

Sign Up – Let us keep you informed:

Concord Township is committed to keeping residents informed.

All residents are encouraged to sign up with CodeRED, the township notification service.  This free service allows Township officials to keep residents up-to-date regarding township happenings, emergency situations, notice of public hearings or meeting changes and links to the township e-newsletter.

Please take a moment and visit the Sign Up page to enroll.

Upcoming Township Meetings and Events:  

August 2017

All meetings held at 43 S. Thornton Road – unless otherwise indicated

21 7:00 p.m. Planning Commission – Public Meeting
(3rd Monday of the Month)

September 2017

All meetings held at 43 S. Thornton Road – unless otherwise indicated

4 All Day Labor Day Holiday – Offices Closed
5 12:00 p.m. Senior Citizens
The Senior Center – 817 Concord Road

(On Tuesday due to Holiday)
5 7:00 p.m. Township Council – Public Meeting
(1st Tuesday of the Month)
7 7:00 p.m. Park & Rec Board Meeting
(1st Thursday of the Month)
9 4 p.m. – Dusk Concord Community Day
Township Park – Smithbridge Road
Playground ribbon cutting at 4 p.m. – Fireworks at Dusk
9 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Concord Township Historical Society hosts their
50th Birthday Party
659 Smithbridge Road
13 7:00 p.m. Historical Commission
(2nd Wednesday of the Month)
20 7:30 p.m. Zoning Hearing Board – Public Meeting
(3rd Wednesday of the Month)

Other Announcements:

Route 202 Sewer Installation

The Route 202 Southbound sewer installation is close to completion!  At present, delays continue as the contractor wraps up this project and completes work at the intersection with Smithbridge Road.  Weather permitting, project work should be completed at month’s end.


Monthly Newsletter

Click Here - for the July / August 2017 Concord Township Newsletter.

For back issues of the Township newsletter, visit the Newsletter page.


2017 Township Road Program Update

Work continues on specified roads within Concord Township.  Affected residents will be notified by the township’s contractor, Glasgow Inc.  We will post further information as to scheduling when available.  Visit the Road Work webpage for a listing of roads affected.


08/18/2017 PennDOT Project Update:

  • Station Road – between Concord Road & US 322 (Conchester Hwy.)
    08/07/17 – 10/20/18
    for road construction
  • US 202 South (Wilmington-West Chester Pike) - at Smithbridge Road
    07/17/17 – 08/30/17
    LEFT SHOULDER CLOSURE – Weekdays 9 A.M. – 3 P.M.
    for sewer installation
  • Smithbridge Road - between US 202 (Wilmington-West Chester Pike) & Feldspar Drive
    08/21/17 – 08/25/17
    LANE CLOSURE – Weekdays 9 A.M. – 3 P.M.
    for sewer installation
  • US 322 East & West (Conchester Hwy.) - between US Route 1 (Baltimore Pike) & Clayton Park Drive
    03/20/17 – 10/20/17
    PERIODIC LANE RESTRICTIONS – Weekdays 9 A.M. – 3 P.M. and 7 P.M. – 5 A.M.
    for reconstruction and road widening

Any questions regarding permitted PennDot project work can be directed to their attention at 610-480-1935.

The above is subject to change.  PennDOT should be contacted regarding all
state roads.

For more roadway maintenance information, visit:


Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County – Fundraisers

Please consider the following fundraisers supporting the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County.

Modell’s Sporting Goods 15% Off coupon – valid 08/01/2017 to 09/28/2017
Receive 15% off your total purchase of regular and sale priced merchandise
5% of purchases made with coupon will be donated to the Domestic Abuse Project of Delaware County
Click Here for Modell’s coupon.

Designer Bag Bingo – October 20 – 7:00 p.m.
Delco Bar Association, 335 W. Front Street, Media, PA 19063
Tickets:  $30 in advance; $35 at the door
Click Here for Bingo flyer.


PECO Investing $1.6 Million in Tree Trimming to Keep the Lights On for 30,000 Customers in Delaware County

PECO News Release:  Aug. 03, 2017
PECO customers in southeastern Delaware County will benefit from a $1.6 million investment to trim trees and remove vegetation along 220 miles of aerial electric lines. This work, which will begin in August and will be completed by the beginning of October, will improve electric service for 30,000 customers.

This work will occur in the townships of Aston, Bethel, Chester, Concord, Lower Chichester, Middletown, Nether Providence, and Upper Chichester; the boroughs of Brookhaven, Marcus Hook, Parkside, Trainer, and Upland, and the City of Chester.

“Vegetation growth causes about one-third of all electric outages,” said Dave Weaver, vice president of Technical Services. “Our comprehensive vegetation management program is vital to safely keeping the lights on for our customers.”

Each year, PECO invests approximately $500 million to enhance its electric infrastructure, including preventive maintenance and equipment upgrades to provide safe and reliable energy to customers. As part of this work, PECO will invest about $41 million in vegetation management work around 3,400 miles of aerial electric lines in 2017.

PECO’s vegetation management crews are trained in arboricultural techniques as defined in the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) A300 Standard. This standard takes into account the type and location of the tree, its relation to overhead equipment and overall health of the tree. Customers are notified before work begins in their area. 


The Playground is OPEN!

Concord Township Council invites residents to:  ”Come out and play!”

After numerous scheduling and rain delays, the new Kids’ Dream Playground is now open for play!
The handicapped accessible playground was made possible with funding assistance provided by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Bureau of Recreation and Conservation, Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund.  Click Here to see new playground photos.

Residents are invited to join us for the formal ribbon cutting at 4 p.m. on Community Day, Saturday, September 9.


S.L.A.P. – Support, Learning, Awareness & Prevention:
Mosquito Awareness

Learn how you can help reduce the mosquito threat.

The Delaware County Mosquito-Bourne Disease Control Program invites you to discover what local officials are doing to control mosquitoes in your community via the SLAP Program.

For more information, Click Here to see the S.L.A.P. program brochure.

This program has provided a limited amount of Mosquito Dunks which are available to township residents.  Dunks can be picked up at the township municipal office between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.


Bentley Clinger Presentation – June 6, 2017

On June 6, 2017, Bentley Homes presented a concept plan to Council for the parcel at Baltimore Pike (SR 0001) and Thornton Road.

To view the presentation slides, please click here.

(Note from Bentley:  The school figures were provided by the district and updated regarding budget & enrollment for this current school year.)


Don’t Be A Victim!

An important reminder from Concord Township and the PA State Police:

• Close your windows and lock your doors.
• Remove valuables or place them in the trunk.
• Remove “pull out” style radio face plates.
• Do not leave keys in the car.
• Do not leave the car running.
• If possible, secure mounting hardware out of sight.

Residents are asked to please report any suspicious activity immediately to PA State Police, Media Barracks by calling 911.


Homeowner Associations – Please keep contact information current

Concord Township is requesting that all Homeowner Associations keep contact information current with the township. Please notify the township if HOA board members or their contact information changes. HOA contact information is not shared with the public.

HOA officers: please email your current board contact information to
MaryLou Worland at

Thank you!


Recycling Igloos now located at Clayton Park

Effective June 1, the County-provided recycling igloos will only be located at Clayton Park – Garnet Mine Road entrance (Address:  3173 Garnet Mine Road, Garnet Valley, PA 19060).  Recycling igloos are no longer located at the Public Works Garage (675 Smithbridge Road).

Residents are also reminded they can contact their private waste hauler to collect recycling.  In compliance with Act 101, Pennsylvania’s Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act, private haulers registered in Concord Township are required to provide the curbside collection of recyclables at least twice a month.  Contact your private hauler for specific details concerning twice monthly collection.

If your privately-contracted hauler does not provide recycling bins, Concord Township (through a Department of Environmental Protection grant) is able to provide recycling bins to township residents at no charge.  Please call 610-459-8911, ext. 100, or email to make arrangements for bin pick-up.


Summer Amusement Tickets – Now Available

Summer Amusement tickets are now available at the township building 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Tickets are non-refundable and must be purchased with exact cash or check.

For a list of attractions and more information, visit the Parks & Recreation / Amusement Ticket Information page.


PennDOT Route 322 Widening Project

PennDOT began construction March 20, on the first-of-two mainline projects to widen and reconstruct a 6.7-mile section of U.S. 322 (Conchester Highway) from U.S. 1 (Baltimore Pike) to just east of Route 452 (Market Street) in Concord, Bethel and Upper Chichester townships, Delaware County.
U.S. 322 (Conchester Highway) will remain open to one lane of traffic in each direction during peak travel times. Periodic flagger-controlled lane restrictions may occur Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and from 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM, for various operations as construction advances along the corridor.
Work on the first mainline section (Section 101 through Concord Township) is scheduled to be completed in late 2020.  Residents should allow for extra time when traveling in this area.  

Click Here to see press release from PennDOT regarding this project.

Click Here to see other 322 Project Announcements.

PennDOT’s project website:



Property owners are asked to keep curb and asphalt areas along their property frontage free of weeds or other vegetation. The growth of vegetation in these areas leads to cracking and deterioration of both asphalt and concrete by allowing water to penetrate the surface.


Keep Roadways Clear

Residents are reminded that dumpsters, mulch, pavers, and/or stones are not to be deposited onto township roadways. These items on the roadway present a hazard to motorists and pedestrians. We appreciate your cooperation in ensuring that any such materials are deposited onto your driveway.


Flashing Traffic Signal – Treat as four-way stop

Residents are reminded that if a traffic signal is not working or on flash due to an interruption in power, motorists are to treat it as a four-way stop. Completely stop at the intersection and proceed only when you know other turning and approaching vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians have stopped.


Notice from the Codes Department:  Due to the large volume of permit applications, applicants submitting COMMERCIAL permit applications are required to make an appointment with Maureen Kelly (610-459-8911, ex. 104 or via email

Walk-in permit applications will not be accepted. NEW RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION, POOLS, LARGE ADDITIONS:  For the convenience of applicants and the Codes Department, appointments are highly recommended.


Page last revised on August 21, 2017