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 Board of Supervisors is requesting letters of interest for the vacant position of Township Supervisor be delivered to the Township Office (100 Municipal Building Road, Duncannon, PA 17020) or by e-mail (penntwp6@ptd.net) no later than 4:00 p.m. on July 21, 2017.  Applicant would be appointed until December of 2017.   Applicant will be asked to run in the November 2017 election.


The National Crime Prevention Council has provided information to help you better understand social networking and and talking to your teen about staying safe.  The following article was published in the Townships Today magazine. Social_Networking_Keep_Your_Kids_Safe.pdf



You may contact the township office or the Supervisors by sending an email to  penntwp6@ptd.net    State who you would like to speak to in the Subject line.

We want to hear from You!  Submit your comments and questions online (click here). 

Volunteers are needed for the Penn Township Park and Recreation Board.  The Board meets once a month and is responsible for the Penn Township Park.  We are looking for 2 people who have ideas and desire to help the community.   Please submit your name and contact information to Penn Township at 100 Municipal Building Road, Duncannon, PA 17020 or to penntwp6@ptd.net.


Penn TownshipComment_on_the_Duncannon_Boro_Merger.pdf


Room and Park/Pavilion Rental Requests

Forms to request rental of rooms or park facilities are available on the Forms and Documents page and must be submitted 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!