Aston Township, Delaware County PA

Aston-Beechwood Fire Company Decommissioned During Solemn Ceremony

Aston Web #1 ATFD Tom Mike and SeanEmotions ran high the evening of August 18 as members of the Aston Township Fire Department (ATFD) #17 joined commissioners, officials and neighbors for the decommissioning ceremony of the ATFD West station, formerly known as the Aston-Beechwood Fire Company #72 on Mount Road.

“Traditions in the fire service are very important, said Sean Joyce, ATFD president. “We, as the newly formed Aston Township Fire Department, feel the same way and believe this station is a very important part of our legacy… Change is not always easy, and in order to grow and continue to serve the community we must continue to move forward.” Read more

Community Day Press Release

community_day_icon-250x250The Aston Business Association will host the 15th Annual Aston Township Community Day on Saturday, October 1, 2016 from 11:00AM – 3:00PM (with a rain date of Saturday October 8, 2016.)

Community Day will begin with a parade from Neumann University (Neumann Drive) starting at 9:30AM. The parade will proceed along Concord Road to the Aston Township Community Center .  The parade will feature local community groups and organizations, as well as, musical entertainment. Read more

Lioness – Designer Bag Bingo

Sunday, September 18, 2016, – 12pm Aston Community Center. $30 per person (advance), $35 at the door. Vera Bradley, Coach bags, 20 games plus food & non-alcoholic beverages, basket raffles and fun, fun, fun!

Lioness Designer Bag Bingo

 

August 2016 Township Times

Township receives $800k grant, Community Day Scheduled, Now Accepting Applications for Citizen of the Year; these stories and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!

Aston Receives State Grants for Three Projects

Pa. State Rep. Leann Krueger-Braneky, D-161, presented a check in the amount of $882,525 to Aston Commissioners President Jim Stigale. The funds will be used for three major township projects. Photo by Loretta Rodgers

Pa. State Rep. Leann Krueger-Braneky, D-161, presented a check in the amount of $882,525 to Aston Commissioners President Jim Stigale. The funds will be used for three major township projects.
Photo by Loretta Rodgers

Pennsylvania State Rep. Leanne Krueger-Braneky, D-161, last week, presented Aston Township commissioners with a check in the amount of $882,525, on behalf of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.  The grant funds will be used for watershed restoration at Newsome Park, and roundabouts at Donnelly Avenue and McIntrye Drive.  The Newsome Park project will include improvements to a walking path and picnic areas, implementation of storm water management controls, planting native vegetation, and re-establishing two existing ponds to alleviate area flooding.  The funds will also address traffic concerns by adding roundabouts on Donnelly Avenue at the site of the Community Center and at McIntrye Drive located near Neumann University.  Krueger-Braneky praised commissioners and township officials for the presentation they provided on the projects.  “It was very easy to advocate for these proposals because the township did such good work with the presentations,” Krueger-Braneky said. “I look forward to working with the Board of Commissioners, new Township Manager and residents of Aston.”

15th Annual ABA Golf Outing September 26th

15th Annual ABA Golf Outing, to be held on Monday, September 26, 2016 at the Downingtown Country Club. Registration and Sponsorship opportunities available. Register Today!

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July 20, 2016 Commissioner’s Meeting

Did you miss the live broadcast of the Aston Township Commissioners meeting on Aston TV?

No problem, you may view this and previous  BOC meetings online by visiting our video archive or Board of Commissioners page. This meeting will also re-broadcast on Aston TV (Comcast Channel 5, Verizon Cable 45) on Tuesday beginning at 4pm.

Aston Farmer’s Market Has Something For Everyone

From fresh produce, homemade bread, wine and donuts to hot dogs, pierogies, and cheesecake in a jar, the Aston Farmer’s market has something to tickle the taste buds of even the most picky person.
The brainchild of Aston Commissioners President Jim Stigale and Recreation Board member, longtime Aston resident Nancy Bowden, the farmer’s market is in operation every Tuesday from 3-7 p.m. in the Valley View Shopping Center, off of Route 452. Read more

July 2016 Township Times

Summer Concerts and Movie Nights continue; Police K-9 Jax Retires after Eight Years of Service to Community, Joseph Hart Named Officer of the Year; these stories and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!

Aston Farmers Market- Tuesdays, June – September

Come out to the NEW Aston Township Farmers Market at the Valley View Shopping Center, every Tuesdays, from from 3pm to 7pm; June through September.

Fruit, Vegetables, Baked Goods, BBQ and much more…

Aston Farmers Market

Participating Vendors

  • What A Crock
  • Mitchell & Mitchell Wines
  • Larry’s Backyard BBQ
  • Firehouse Donuts
  • J & J Farm
  • Send Me Pierogies
  • Captain Chucky’s
  • Pretzel Boys
  • Linvilla Orchards – Bi-Weekly, begnning June 14th
  • Gennaro’s Italian Kitchen – Bi-Weekly
  • Our Bakers
  • 2 Fourteen Cheesecakes
  • Judy’s Homemade Ice Cream – Bi-Weekly, begnning June 21st
  • Crazy Doggs Grill

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