WELCOME EASTTOWN VOTERS!
We're here to help you vote and elect Democrats to local, state and federal office.
Welcome Easttown Voters!
We're here to help you vote
and elect Democrats to local,
state and federal offices.
NOVEMBER 5, 2019 DEMOCRATIC GENERAL ELECTION INFORMATION
IMPORTANT GENERAL ELECTION DATES!
Oct. 7 – Last Day to Register
Oct. 29 – Last Day to Request Absentee Ballot
Nov. 1 – Last Day for Chester County Board of Elections to Receive Voter Absentee Ballots
Township Commissioners – Michael Wacey, Beth D’Antonio
Township Auditor – Eric D. Knight
Democrats Sweep! See Election Results listing the Democratic Chester County & Easttown winners in this historic Democratic election!
The Easttown Municipal Authority usually meets on the second Tuesday of every month at 7PM in the Township Building. All Easttown citizens are invited. The Easttown Municipal Authority is responsible for planning and constructing the sewer system and was formed under the Board of Supervisors. The Authority, however, is a separate, legal corporation. It finances […]Find out more »
Did you know that after October 1, 2020 you will need a Real ID compliant license or identification card to board domestic flights and enter federal facilities? Please join staff from the offices of Sen. Tim Kearney, Rep. Kristine Howard, and PennDOT for an information session on Real ID. This event is in place of […]Find out more »
Berwyn, PA 19312
The Historical Commission usually meets on the 2nd Wednesday every month at 7PM at Easttown Library. All Easttown residents are welcome. The Historical Commission serves in an advisory capacity for historical preservation information facilitation to citizens of the Township. Its purposes include: Identifying significant architectural, historical, and natural sites in the Township. Maintaining a detailed […]Find out more »
Berwyn, PA 19312
The Easttown Board Of Supervisors meets on the first and third Monday of every month at 7PM in the Township Building. All Easttown citizens are invited. Easttown Township, a second-class township under Pennsylvania law, is governed by a 5 member Board of Supervisors. The Supervisors, who are all elected at large, serve staggered terms of […]Find out more »
The Parks and Recreation Board makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for the Township historical and recreational assets, recreational programs, and Township-owned open space. Members are appointed by the Board of Supervisors to 5-year terms. The Parks and Recreation Board meets on the third Tuesday of each month. Recreation and Open Space Plan - amended […]Find out more »