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PC Minutes 11-20-18

December 3rd, 2018


PC Minutes 11-20-18


DRAFT BOS Minutes 11-14-18 – Regular Meeting

December 3rd, 2018


DRAFT BOS Minutes 11-14-18 Regular Meeting



November 29th, 2018


DRAFT BOS Minutes 11-9-2018 – Workshop

November 28th, 2018


DRAFT BOS Minutes 11-9-18 – Workshop


Open Positions for 2019

November 27th, 2018




Tilden Township has the following positions available for 2019.


Planning Commission – (2 openings) – volunteer

Zoning Hearing Board (1 opening)  – $50.00 per Hearing


Anyone interested in any of these positions, please click the “Employment Application” link  below to print the application or please contact our office @ 610-562-7410. Applications need to be submitted by December 7, 2018.


Employment Application


Traffic Impact Fee Committee Meeting Minutes 11-5-18

November 14th, 2018




DRAFT – Traffic Impact Fee Committee Minutes 10-3-18

October 25th, 2018





October 11th, 2018

Trick or treaters on the porch




Tuesday and Wednesday – October 30 and 31, 2018

6:00 to 8:00pm


How to Eliminate or Control Spotted Lanternfly Adults

October 1st, 2018


SLF Control 9-13-2017


2018 Tilden Township Directory

February 22nd, 2018


2018 Directory


2018 Fee Schedules

February 22nd, 2018


Schedule of Fees 2018


2018 Building & Zoning Fee Schedule – BIU


2018 SEO Fee Schedule


2018 Subdivision Filing Fees



2018 Tax Notice

December 19th, 2017




2018 Tilden Township Meeting Schedule

December 19th, 2017


2018 Meeting Schedule


First Responders honored by Senator Argall

November 30th, 2017

Berks first responders honored for saving Tilden man from burning house



Reading Eagle



The firefighters and police officer who helped save a wheelchair-bound man from his burning home earlier this month believed they were just doing their jobs. But Trooper Janssen Herb, a state police fire marshal from the Reading station, thought it was much more than that. He contacted state Sen. David G. Argall, who agreed these men deserved recognition for their heroic actions. 

“It’s important I think to understand that the majority of the people involved here were volunteers, and that’s a tremendous thing to be said for the community,” Herb said. 

Argall honored Shoemakersville Fire Chief Rusty Wagner; Hamburg Fire Chief Troy Hatt; Dylan Hatt of Hamburg Fire; Wagner’s brother, Shoemakersville Fire Capt. Dusty Wagner; Shoemakersville Fire Deputy Chief Matthew Tobias; and Tilden Township Police Officer Sgt. Peter Witman on Wednesday afternoon at the Tilden Township Municipal Building. 

“I don’t usually try to disagree with my constituents, but I’m going to say no, you certainly did more than your job,” said Argall, a Schuylkill County Republican who represents part of Berks County. “You did it well. You did it at personal risk to yourselves, and this family would be without a father if you hadn’t done it so well.” 

The men were among the first to arrive at the fire at 160 Cheese Lane in Tilden on Nov. 16. 

They heard Paul Correll Jr., 63, who was in his wheelchair, pounding on the door of a garage attached to the one-story home. 

Together, the men pulled on the garage door, raising it 3 feet. Dusty Wagner crawled through the opening and guided Correll under the door to safety. It was only a matter of seconds before the entire garage was in flames.

Correll was taken to Lehigh Valley Health Network’s Regional Burn Center for treatment of burns to his leg. 

His mother, Betty Correll of Port Clinton, thanked the first responders and commended them for their heroism. 

“They did such a great job,” she said. 

She added that her son is recuperating and recently had some skin grafting done on his leg. 

Dylan Hatt said it feels good to have been able to help. He’s been a volunteer firefighter with Hamburg for four years, but with his father, Troy, as fire chief, he’s always tried to help in whatever way he could. 

“It’s nice to know that we did a good deed and helped out the community,” Dylan said. 

Argall shook every man’s hand as he recognized each one with a certificate. 

“Thank you for what you do,” Argall said. “Not just today, but every day.”

PEST ALERT: Spotted Lanternfly

October 16th, 2017

The Township has been notified that a few Spotted Lanternflies have been found in the area.  Please click the link below to educate yourself on this insect.


Lantern Fly


If you find one, please contact the Township office at 610-562-7410.  Please destroy the insect but do not bring the insect to us.

Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

September 18th, 2017


The Board of Supervisors has declared the month of September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, so we may properly pay tribute to the families, friends professionals and communities who lend their strength to the brave children fighting pediatric cancer across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Berks County 2018 Gypsy Moth Suppression Program

August 2nd, 2017

Gyspy Moth Program and Application

Medication Drop Box

July 18th, 2016

med box pic

The Tilden Township Police Department was provided a medication drop box by the Berks County District Attorney’s office as part of the Pharmaceutical Drop Box Program.


Tilden Township residents may now drop off unwanted medications at the Tilden Township Municipal Building, 874 Hex Highway, first floor lobby, Monday through Friday, 8am-4pm.



Prescription medications in standard container or sealed bag.

Over the counter medications


Drug samples

Pet medications

Liquid medications in plastic, leak proof containers



Loose pills



Bloody or infectious waste

Medication from businesses

Hydrogen peroxide or other cleaning agents

Aerosol cans & inhalers


Recycling Info

June 6th, 2016

recycling information flier

recycling info

2016 Tilden Township Newsletter

April 8th, 2016


Tilden Tribune 2016


Right-To-Know Request form

April 24th, 2013


Completed Right-to-Know requests can be submitted to Tilden Township to:


Monica Flower, Right-to-Know Officer

Fax at 610-562-5490

Email to

Mail/hand deliver to Tilden Township at 874 Hex Highway, Hamburg PA 19526


Right-to-Know Request form