Please find attached the document for the Preliminary 2017 Budget.
To all Exeter Twp. Residents
Santa Tour 2016
It won't be long before Santa will be spreading Christmas joy throughout Exeter
Township escorted by the dedicated members of the Exeter Township Fire
Department. This year we felt it necessary to make a couple of changes without
compromising the quality of a long-standing tradition in the township. The
first being, we have cut it back to three days instead of four with the fourth
day (Dec.15) being a make up day should we have to cancel due to bad weather.
Secondly, we have decided to go to a predetermined route that will be published
on the townships website and the Fire Departments website. We believe that this
is necessary to take the guesswork out of which roads and streets Santa will be
traveling. **Please note, it is impossible for the Santa Tour to travel all the
streets in the township. And as a reminder, we typically do not travel
cul-de-sacs due to the fact that they are difficult to maneuver and do take up
time.** Also this year, on Friday, December 16 from 6 PM to 8 PM Santa will be
available at the Exeter Township Fire Departments Reiffton Station. There will
be hot chocolate and cookies and of course if you're in need of a Christmas
tree they can help you out with that also.
The tradition of the Santa Tour in Exeter Township is possible because of the
dedication of the numerous "volunteers" that have over the years
given their time and efforts to make sure that it continues. We wish you all a
very Merry Christmas and a joyful holiday season.
Michael C. Fritz
Mayor, St. Lawrence Borough.
Berks County, Pa.
Please see the attached 2017 Membership Rates for the Reading Country Club that were approved at the November 14, 2016 Board of Supervisors meeting.
Please see the attached sewer rate study that was presented at the October 24th Board of Supervisors meeting.
Our complaint system within the Exeter Township Wesbite is down for maintenance. If you have logged a complaint on our website in the past month and have no received a follow up, please download and return the attached form to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Please see the attached press release.
Please see the attached agenda for the October 6th Budget Meeting. The Exeter Police Department presentation from the meeting is attached.
Beginning on October 15th highway crews will start collecting leaves from Exeter neighborhoods and will continue to do so through December 15th, or until the first snowfall. Crews will work on a continual basis without a published day or area schedule.
Leaves should be raked to the curb and residents are asked not to block storm drains or residential drainage pipes with leaves.
Residents living in rural areas, who like their leaves collected, may call the Township office at 610-779-5660 or email email@example.com to have their address put on the collection list.
Attached is the information that was presented by John Baker from the PA Department of Agriculture at the September 26th Board of Supervisors meeting regarding the Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine.
Attached the the information regarding the Spotted Lanternfly that was presented at the September 26th Board of Supervisors meeting by John Baker of the PA Department of Agriculture.
The 2017-2019 Budget & Financial Plan is the first to be prepared in the program budget format. Several years ago, the PA Department of Community & Economic Development DCED, awarded Exeter Township a grant enabling Exeter to participate in DCED’s Early Intervention Program.
This is the Master Plan for Exeter Township that was presented at the September 12th, 2016 Board of Supervisors meeting. It was created by Simone Collins Landscape Architecture.