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Independence Day Celebration Rescheduled to Sunday, July 10th

2016-07-11T08:05:11-04:00

The Aston Township Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks Display and been rescheduled until Sunday July 10th due to expected bad weather. INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION & FIREWORKS AT SUN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL! Aston Township Board of Commissioners is happy to announce that they will be hosting the 2016 Independence Day Celebration and Fireworks display on Sunday, July 10th beginning at 7pm behind Sun Valley High School. The party will start at 7:00 p.m. with a DJ, so if you would like to get there early and get a good seat, BRING A LAWN CHAIR. The fireworks show will begin at dusk, which will [...]

Independence Day Celebration Rescheduled to Sunday, July 10th2016-07-11T08:05:11-04:00

2015 Aston Township Easter Egg Hunts

2015-08-11T11:46:28-04:00

Saturday, March 28, 2015 beginning at 10:00 AM, at the Aston Township Community Center. Round the kids up and get ready for some Easter fun.  The Aston Township Recreation Committee will also be hosting an Easter Bunny Meet & Greet immediately following the Egg Hunt. FREE Photos! Additional Egg Hunts in individual wards are scheduled as follows:

2015 Aston Township Easter Egg Hunts2015-08-11T11:46:28-04:00

Center for Life Long Learning

2015-02-25T15:27:00-05:00

Senior Community Services (SCS) is pleased to provide this exciting array of classes to educate, inspire and encourage you. Created specifically to serve adults 50+ in western Delaware County, the Center for Life Long Learning (CLLL) brings adult education offerings to you. SCS, a non-profit agency, also works in many other ways to keep older adults living independently. Established in 1977, SCS today operates four Senior Centers. SCS’ Centers provide meals, health and wellness programs, recreation and social activities and volunteer opportunities. Visit www.scs-delco.org To find out more, please call Farah Esfahani at 484-496-2143 or fesfahani@scs-delco.org Spring 2015 Course Offerings Programs [...]

Center for Life Long Learning2015-02-25T15:27:00-05:00

Happy New Year!!!

2015-01-22T06:49:41-05:00

Administration Office and the Public Works Department will be closed Thursday, January 1, 2014. Thursday, January 1, 2014 - NO TRASH OR RECYCLING Friday, January 2, 2014 - All Thursday and Friday routes will be picked up.

Happy New Year!!!2015-01-22T06:49:41-05:00

Green Ridge Carnival

2014-10-28T14:17:31-04:00

Green Ridge Fall Carnival is back. Last chance to enjoy a mild evening at the carnival before winter breaks. Wednesday, September 10 thru Saturday, September 13. The Carnival, which is held on the grounds of the Green Ridge Fire Company at 2900 W. Duttons Mill Rd., is the ideal event to not only support your local fire company but to bring the family out for some food, fun, and games. The Green Ridge Fire Department has been serving the community since 1942 and would like to invite all the people of Aston Township and surrounding communities to join in on the [...]

Green Ridge Carnival2014-10-28T14:17:31-04:00

Message from Road Foreman Russ Palmore

2013-12-10T11:57:32-05:00

As we get deeper into the winter months the removal of snow from our sidewalks and streets become more and more of a priority.  Aston Township has prided itself for many years in having a top notch dedicated Public Works Department that go out no matter what conditions are thrown in front of them.  They are out working hard while most of us are sleeping.  It is during those waking hours, however, that we must do our part.  It is imperative that individuals remove the snow and create a safe walkway on all sidewalks.  For best results individuals should shovel often [...]

Message from Road Foreman Russ Palmore2013-12-10T11:57:32-05:00

Historical Society Speaker

2013-09-19T10:53:19-04:00

  The Aston Township Historical Society will host Nancy Webster, Delaware County historian and professor, on Thursday September12th at 7 PM at the Aston Township Building on Pennell Road. She will kick off the year's celebration of Aston's 325th anniversary as a township with a  talk on the early settlement of "Ashton" and what daily life was like here for the first generation of settlers. Did they pay taxes? Were there Native Americans here? What activities occupied those first families? Nancy herself is a descendant of the Dutton family, whose early home is in Aston and whose name is on a prominent [...]

Historical Society Speaker2013-09-19T10:53:19-04:00

Mosquito Spraying 9/19

2013-10-01T20:24:33-04:00

The PA Department of Environmental Protection's West Nile Virus control program will conduct an Ultra Low Volume (ULV) mosquito adulticide spray in portions of Aston Township, Brookhaven Borough, Chester Heights Borough, Chester Township and Upland Borough in Delaware County.  Residential and recreational areas within this treatment area will be sprayed to control adult mosquitoes.  This is a result of high trap counts and the identification of positive mosquito pools in the area. Operations will take place in the evening hours of Thursday, September 19, 2013 provided that weather and environmental conditions remain suitable for the operation.  If weather conditions or other [...]

Mosquito Spraying 9/192013-10-01T20:24:33-04:00

September History Celebration

2013-10-07T20:56:17-04:00

Please join your fellow Delaware County residents and participate in the upcoming Delaware County Council History Celebration. There are three events that will happen in the month of September featuring the historical spots throughout the county. The flyer can be found here Delco History Month Flyer . We'll see you there!  

September History Celebration2013-10-07T20:56:17-04:00

Aston Township Lioness Camp

2013-10-06T09:49:12-04:00

“Programs like this enhance the lives of everyone involved,” was how Janet DeAngelis explained her and others long running involvement in the Frank Staus Day Camp for the Blind sponsored by the Aston Township Lionesses. Each year at the end of July, early August, the Lionesses have put on the camp with the help of the Lions, Leos, and the grand children of the more senior members. The Camp originally held on the grounds that are now occupied by Sun Studios eventually moved to its current home the banquet hall in the American Legion 926. The camp is available to blind [...]

Aston Township Lioness Camp2013-10-06T09:49:12-04:00
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