Welcome to the Penn Township web site!

In 1840, Penn Township was created with the boundaries as they exist today and became the 14th Township of Perry County (Click Here to learn about our history).  Today over 3000 people live within Penn Township's 21.4 sq. miles of beautiful wooded areas, fields, and mountains.  In October of 2000 Penn Township created PennTownship.net which has grown into a community portal to keep everyone up to date with meetings & events, provide easy access to forms & documents, and attract individuals & businesses into the community.


Township Announcements
& Updates


Penn Township has stop accepting brush drop-off until November 1, 2015. 

 The Fall Newsletter has been mailed.  If you have not received one by October 9, 2015.  Please contact the Township to get added to the list.
 For Grinder pump problems - Call Jody Hoffman (615)686-0895
Penn Township has started CFL recycling.  You ma872e0ce381c291db529816eee4591caa_image_300x300.jpgy drop off CFL light bulbs in the Township during regular Township Hours.  Just bring your intact light bulbs to the Township Office.   If your CFL bulbs are broke, the recycling will not accept them.   The Township hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.     Please click on the link below to view some guidelines.
Electronic Recycling - There is a link to find a MRM drop-off site for recycling of electronics.
Penn Township  in conjection with Duncannon Borough has recycling every second Saturday of the month.  The Boy Scouts of Duncannon are in run the site as Community Service.  Please click on the below for a list of acceptable items.    

Room and Park/Pavilion Rental Requests

Forms to request rental of either rooms or park facilities are available on the Forms and Documents page, and must be submitted (with fee if applicable) prior to use.


Perry County Crime Stoppers

The PCCS is now online!  Submit a tip anonymously online or over the phone.  You may be eligible for a reward of up to $2000.00!