The Hilltown Township Board of Supervisors welcomes you to our website. As you explore the pages of the site, you will undoubtedly discover a Township that is both rich in history and progressive in spirit. This site offers you a wealth of information and services provided by Hilltown Township.
The year 2014 marks 331 years since William Penn met the Indian Chiefs of the Delaware Nation on the land where Hilltown Village now sits.
Jack McIlhinney, Chairman
Ken Bennington, Vice-Chairperson
Jim Groff, Supervisor
PUBLIC NOTICE The Annual Reorganization meeting of the Hilltown Township Board of Supervisors will be held on Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. The Hilltown Township Elected Auditors will hold their Reorganization meeting at... More
Power Outage preparedness Nor'easter storms can leave significant damage with downed trees, power lines and possibly localized flooding. Reporting outages is important because the more information we get, the better we can assess damage and... More
Reminders & Tips for Hilltown Township Roads Snow Removal Plows travel in the same direction as normal traffic flow, sometimes pushing snow at the end of resident's driveways. To minimize the amount of snow pushed... More
Trees are the biggest cause of power outages in storms. To keep our service reliable for you and for all of our customers in this region, our contractors will be doing tree trimming and clearing... More
Since Nov. 2001, Bucks County has been providing transportation to our veterans to VA Hospitals in Philadelphia and Coatesville. The Transportation Program is overseen by the Bucks Co. Dept. of Veteran Affairs and has carried... More
In recognition of National Emergency Medical Services Week, PennDot encourages state residents to sign up for two free programs. They are the Yellow Dot and Emergency Contact Information programs. Participants in the Yellow Dot program... More
An article entitled "Stormwater Pollution: Everyone's Problem" was published by Krista Scheirer, Conservation Coordinator at the Perkioment Watershed Conservancy. Exerpts of the article can be found below. To read the article in its entirety, please... More
In order to be in compliance with Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection regulations, Hilltown Township recently adopted a new SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING ORDINANCE and a new BURNING ORDINANCE . Under the new ordinances, it... More
Perkiomen Creek communities working together on stormwater issues If gold coins fell from the sky, would you collect them in trashcans and throw them away? Of course not! But that is exactly what we do... More
First recorded history in Hilltown Township was made of 1683, when William Penn met the Indian Chiefs of the Delaware Nation on the land where Hilltown Village now sits. More