Welcome To Aston Township "A Community That Cares"
Aston was first settled in 1682 as a municipality and was incorporated as a township in 1688. In 1906 it became a first class township. Today, Aston covers approximately six square miles. Although mostly comprised of land, Chester Creek, a tributary of the Delaware River flows through the town where it merges with it’s western branch in the township’s Leni section.
In May of 2003, the Veterans Memorial Garden Foundation was formed to oversee the development and construction of a memorial garden at Five Points (pictured here). Aston is home to a variety of faith-based institutions and Neumann University. Read More …
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Aston Township Historical Society Presents: Part II - History of Aston: The Mills Thursday, May 8, 2014 @ 7pm Aston Township Municipal Building, Commissioner's Meeting Room -Dr. Nancy Webster will discuss life in the Mill Districts of Aston. -See photos and memorabilia, hear and share [ read more... ]
Miss the live broadcast of the Aston Township Commissioners meeting on Aston TV? Unable to attend this month's meeting? No problem, you may view this and previous BOC meetings online by visiting our video archive or Board of Commissioners page. This meeting will [ read more... ]
"Drop” prescription drugs in a safe place!Proper disposal of unused or expired prescription drugs can save lives. Local Drop LocationAston Police Department5021 Pennell RoadAston PA 19014-1869 Additional Delco Drop Locations: Bethel Township Police1090 Bethel Rd.Garnet Valley, PA 19060 Darby Township Police Dept.9 Studevan PlazaSharon [ read more... ]
Aston Township is planning to construct streetscape improvements along a 0.8-mile stretch of Pennell Road (SR 0452) between Concord Road (SR 3007) and Duttons Mill Road (SR 3020). The work will include sidewalk and curb ramp installation/improvements, pedestrian level lighting, [ read more... ]
The Newsome property is a 4-acre lot in Aston Township, Delaware County, PA that is proposed to be converted into a Township Park and improved with walking paths, picnic areas, stormwater management controls and the re-establishment of two ponds to [ read more... ]
Rain, Snow Sleet or Shine, Aston’s dedicated sanitation team and environmentally conscientious citizens are making a difference in the environment and to Aston’s bottom line. Aston Township’s Weekly Single Stream Recycling Program is paying dividends for Township residents. While the amount of [ read more... ]
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This website is dedicated in memory of Fran McLaughlin, Jr. who dedicated much of the final years of his life creating Aston Township’s first municipal website. His original banner flag retains a special place on this homepage in his honor.