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 Township - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In eastern Canada a township is one form of the subdivision of a county.
Townships are referred to as "lots" in Prince Edward Island and merely form census subdivisions and are not administrative units.
In the People's Republic of China, townships are found at the fourth level of the administrative hierarchy, together with ethnic townships, towns and subdistricts. /wiki/Township

 Winfield Township Home Page
Winfield Township is one of 9 townships in DuPage County and one of 1,433 townships in Illinois.
Townships are individual geographical areas, separate from cities and counties.
Township government operates at local levels and is designed to serve the basic needs of the community. /Winfield

 Barrett Township - Official Homepage
Barrett Township is bordered by Greene Township in Pike County to the north, and Porter Township in Pike County to the northeast.
Barrett Township is close enough to the more populous areas of the county to be conveniently accessible, yet it's position within Monroe County provides for a more "small town" sense of community.
The Township is bordered on the south by Paradise Township, Price Township to the southeast, and Coolbaugh Township on the west.

 Welcome to The Boonton Township
Boonton Township is a pastoral community comprised of approximately 8 square miles nestled among the rolling hills and fields of the Rockaway Valley in north central Morris County.
Boonton Township has managed to preserve much of its natural character and rural charm despite development pressure from neighboring municipalities, which today makes Boonton Township one of the more desirable communities in Morris County.
The Township Committee members are elected for a three-year term.

 Franklin Township, Summit County, Ohio
Chippewa Township, in Wayne County, is to the west of Franklin Township, with the Village of Clinton to the southwest.
Franklin Township was founded in 1817 and is located at the southern edge of Summit County, in Northeast Ohio.
It is bounded to the north by Coventry Township, as well as the Cities of Barberton and Norton. /home.htm
Welcome to Pequannock Township, NJ he Township of Pequannock is located in Eastern Morris County, along State Highway Route 23, approximately 5 miles north of the interchange of Route 23 with Interstate Routes 1-80 and U.S. Route 46.
The Township is a political subdivision of the State of New Jersey and encompasses two communities, Pequannock and Pompton Plains, each served by their own post office.
The Township is primarily residential with a population of 13,888 residents (latest available - 2000 U.S. Bureau of the Census estimate).

 Liberty Township, Butler County, Ohio - Department Overview
The Fire Department was organized in Liberty Township in the early 1950's by a group of residents in the Maustown area.
The Board of Township Trustees placed a bond issue on the ballot for the construction of a firehouse and the purchase of a fire pumper.
Liberty Township Fire Department is dispatched by The Butler County Sheriff's Office on the Butler County Fire Band Frequency, 154.370. /fw/main/Department_Overview-1412.html

 Lebanon Township - Home
Lebanon Township is located in the northern part of Hunterdon County, New Jersey.
The next township recycling depot will be held on Saturday, October 15 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM behind the First Aid Squad and Municipal Buildings.
Historically an agricultural community, the township has grown in recent years while still maintaining its rural character and charm.

 Township of West Milford - Home Page
Township of West Milford - 1480 Union Valley Road - West Milford, NJ 07480 - (973)728-7000
All family members, not just the younger set, can enjoy a wide variety of recreational, fun, and educational programs, sponsored not only by the Township's Recreation Department, but also its schools, the Police Athletic League, and local churches and civic groups.
Recreational sports, hiking, boating, and fishing, attract some hardy tourists, but West Milford's main attraction for local residents is its vast extent of largely undeveloped and state protected forests, nearly 2/3 of the entire municipality.

 Minnesota Association of Townships -- Minnesota Association of Townships
Townships can organize from unorganized land (mostly in the Northern part of the state) while merging, annexation and incorporation into a city cause townships to dissolve.
The Minnesota Association of Townships is a voluntary membership organization representing 1,784 of Minnesota's 1,789 organized townships and nearly 9,000 elected township officers.
The last township to dissolve was Rail Prairie in Morrison County on 1/1/03.

 Welcome to the Gloucester Township Website
Gloucester Township is a 24 square mile sprawling suburban community situated in Camden County, within the Philadelphia Metropolitan area.
Gloucester Township is one of the fastest growing municipalities in Southern New Jersey.
The Township has a Mayor-Council form of government with a full-time Mayor and a seven member council.

 Welcome to Boggs Township, Centre County
Incorporated in 1814, Boggs Township is a Township of the Second-Class and operates under the guidelines of the Second Class Township Code, Act of May 1, 1933 of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Nestled quietly in the Alleghany Plateau Region of Centre County, Pennsylvania along the north side of the Bald Eagle Ridge is the municipality of Boggs Township.
The primary land use in Boggs Township is forested land followed by agriculture, representing the many producing farms located in the area.

 Township Tax
For example, the Radnor Township real estate tax is set by the Township Board of Commissioners in December each year as part of the annual budget process; the School tax is set each spring by the Radnor Township Board of School Directors; and the County tax is set each December by the Delaware County Council.
Radnor property owner does not pay their Township tax by February 1 the year after which it is originally due, a lien will be placed against the property, which will also be subject to a Sheriff’s Sale to the public, until the delinquent taxes are paid.
All owners of taxable real property in Radnor Township (vacant land or residential, commercial, and other structures) are subject to a real estate tax each year. /government/finance/town_tax.html

 McHenry Township
The Township board, recognizing the importance of the new computer program budgeted $15,000 to purchase new equipment to support the township's long term commitment to the Senior Computer Classes and the senior citizens of McHenry Township.
One of the most frequently asked questions here at the Township offices is whether or not a resident lives within the boundaries of McHenry Township.
Township government touches the lives of young and old alike.

 Welcome to the Moon Township Home Page
Moon Township Police and Valley Ambulance will also participate in the event, which is scheduled to include a visit by the Life Flight helicopter, simulated crash rescue, demonstration by search-and-rescue dogs, and other educational and informational activities for the entire family.
Township residents may also bring leaves to the leaf waste drop-off site at its new location in Moon Park on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m.
The Moon Township Offices will be closed Monday October 10th in observance of Columbus Day.

 Bethel Township
Bethel is bordered by Concord Township to the west, Upper Chichester to the east, Aston Township to the north and New Castle County, Delaware to the south.
Bethel Township is located along the southern border of Delaware County, in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Bethel Township was incorporated from Concord Township in 1683.

 Caernarvon Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
Caernarvon Township is a rural community of 2,312 residents in southeastern Pennsylvania, conveniently located an hour west of Philadelphia and an hour east of Harrisburg.
In 2004, Caernarvon Township, Berks County, was named the 5th fastest growing township in the state of Pennsylvania.
Caernarvon Township is a highly desirable location for families with children as well as retirees.

 Hilltown Township, Pennsylvania
Township residents can learn more about these new regulations and the need to improve stormwater quality by visiting the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection's (DEP) stormwater website:
An important aspect of these requirements is raising public awareness of the importance of this issue, and advising the Township residents how they can help in reducing stormwater pollution.
You must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view Hilltown Township Documents.

 Millstone Township Homepage
The Township of Millstone does not assume responsibility or liability for the legality of any submission or for any errors or omissions in materials submitted by third parties.
The Township of Millstone welcomes submissions from organizations wishing to inform the community about their activities.
Although the site is updated regularly, the Township is not responsible for incorrect or out of date information, or for technical or typographical errors.

 Independence Township, Michigan
We are the fourth largest Township in Oakland County and have a population of approximately 32,000 residents.
We are a Charter Township 36 square miles in size, except for that portion taken for the City of the Village of Clarkston.
Independence Township is located in northern Oakland County, Michigan some 45 miles Northwest of Detroit.

 Washington Township - Morris County, NJ © 2005
Today, Washington Township is known for the historic stone structures of the German Valley Historic District, the excellent Township services, and its proximity to transportation options to New York City.
The area of Washington Township known as Schooley's Mountain was probably America's earliest summer resort and spa.
Recreation is still important, and the area is graced with a number of Township, County, and State Parks.

 Welcome to Union Township
From managed responsible growth, to the distinction of being the only township in the United States to have both its police and fire departments internationally accredited, Union Township is a community that stakes its outstanding reputation on sound government, thriving residential neighborhoods, and civic-minded businesses.
With a median income of $48,698, an aggregate taxable valuation in 2004 of $964,734,293, and the largest school district in the county, Union Township continues to be one of the most livable communities in the Midwest.
Located along the Ohio 32 and Interstate 275 corridor in northwestern Clermont County, Union Township is a thriving community on the outskirts of Cincinnati.

 Rockaway Township - Home Page
With over 20,000 residents, Rockaway Township is a family community that offers a unique combination of distinctive neighborhoods which retain a small town character, with lake communities, new housing developments and quiet, more rural residential areas.
Rockaway Township, which celebrated its Sesquicentennial Anniversary in 1994, is not only an ideal location for business but, just as importantly, offers an ideal location for living, raising a family and enjoying life.
Interstate Routes 280 and 287, and New Jersey State Routes 10, 15, and 23 are adjacent to the Township.

 Township of Lower Merion, Home Page
Board of Commissioners to meet the Township's Commissioners, and learn about the wards they represent and the committees they serve on.
Questions or comments may be sent to the Township at our email address
Lower Merion is highlighted in Douglas S. Cleland's Welcome from the Township Manager.

 Middletown Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Township Information, Posted: 10/4/2005 12:41 PM In the near future we will add meeting minutes and agendas to the website.
The Township wishes to ensure that all residents and business owners who have suffered damage from these and other storms are informed about flood protection.
Township Flood Services: The first thing property owners should do is check their flood hazard risk.

 WarwickTownship Home Page
In 1819 the Township lost over half its territory to the north and west when Doylestown Township was established and other subsequent boundary adjustments were made.
Warwick Township was formed by petition February 13, 1733 by eighteen residents of Middlebury Township.
Located in middle Bucks County mostly between the forks of the Neshaminy and Little Neshaminy Creeks it was named after a town in central England and was the home to many Scotch-Irish Presbyterians, such as Jamison, Ramsey, Archibald, McCullough, McMicken, Henderson, and Wallace.

 Welcome to Benner Township
Benner Township's BAC (Boards, Authorities, and Commissions) Bank is seeking interested people who reside in the Township and have a concern for the well-being of the community to be available to give service by volunteering for positions that become open on the various Boards, Authorities, and Commissions/Committees that are appointed by the Supervisors.
Your check made payable to "Benner Township History Fund" should be mailed to 1224 Buffalo Run Road, Bellefonte, PA 16823 or you may stop by the Township Office to purchase your gift.
However, the Supervisors of Benner Township do not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the information contained herein. /benner.htm

 Brighton Township, Michigan - Welcome
Our township boards, commissions and committees are comprised of citizens, volunteering their time, to make this a good place to live.
We are a "Charter Township" that derives its authority from state law.
The Charter Township of Brighton is one of those peaceful communities that helps make the fabric of America.

 Truro Township home page
Truro Township is located in the southeast corner of Franklin County and adjoins the city of Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
The township operates under Ohio Township Law and is governed by three elected trustees.
The township provides services to the 32,000 residents living in Truro Township, the Village of Brice, and the City of Reynoldsburg.

 About Seguin Township -- Seguin Township
The Township of Seguin is an amalgamation of the former Townships of Christie, Foley and Humphrey and the Village of Rosseau, as well as an annexation of the western portion of the unorganized Township of Monteith.
The Township of Seguin is the most southerly municipality in the District of Parry Sound and the first municipality in Northern Ontario on the Highway #69/#400 corridor.
The Township of Seguin was created by Minister's Order, dated May 8th, 1997.

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