All meetings are held in the Township Administration Building. Meeting days and times are subject to change. Check the “Calendar of Events” on this website for the latest information.
Honey Brook Township is a Township of the second class with three residents elected at-large to make up the Board of Supervisors. Townships governed by elected boards of supervisors are the most common form of municipal government in Pennsylvania. The 1,454 townships of the second class in Pennsylvania represent a combined population of 5.5 million, 44 percent of the state total.
The Board of Supervisors is responsible for the general governance of the Township which is exercised by both legislative and executive functions such as setting policy, enacting ordinances, adopting budgets, levying taxes and approving expenses. One Supervisor is elected to office every odd numbered year for a six-year term of office.
It is important to note that the authority and responsibility to perform these functions rests solely in the Board of Supervisors through action of a majority of the Board voting at a legally advertised meeting that is open to the public.
Board workshops are held the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm, except for January, unless otherwise announced.
Board Regular Business Meetings
The regular business meetings are held the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 pm except for January. The January meeting, which is also the Board’s reorganization meeting, is held the first Monday of January unless Monday is a legal holiday; then it is held on Tuesday. All meetings are open to the public and residents are provided the opportunity to speak. Please note: Beginning in 2023, all meeting agendas and minutes may only be accessed via the iCompass Meetings Portal.
The Board of Supervisors thanked the following individuals at their December 14, 2022 meeting:
Lee Heller, for her 10+ years of service on the Recreation & Park Board
Kris Bry of the Administrative staff
Kristy Deischer-Eddy of the Administrative staff
Representative Hennessey for his 30 years of service to the residents of Honey Brook