Welcome to Glade Township

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 click here to read the 2019/2020 Fall & Winter Newsletter.   

 

The Annual Township Organization Meeting will be held at 4:00pm on Monday, January 6, 2020, with the regular Board of Supervisors meeting to immediately follow.  The Annual Meeting of the Auditors will be held on Tuesday January 7th.   

The Township Office will close at 12:00 pm on December 24th and be closed on December 25th.  Sewer payments may be left in the drop box on the front door.

The 2020 Glade Township budgets have been tentatively adopted with no increases to taxes or the monthly sewer obligation.  Final adoption of the budgets will take place at the regular meeting of the Supervisors on 12/3/19. 

The U.S. Census Bureau has part-time positions available for the 2020 Census click here for more information. 

Glade Volunteer Fire Department is currently seeking new members.  If you are interested, please contact the Fire Department at 814-723-5271.  For more information visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Glade-Volunteer-Fire-Department-125463430859345/  Member applications can be obtained here or at the township office.  Please call the township secretary at 726-2159 with any questions. 

 

 

Glade Township was incorporated in 1844.  It is a township of the second class with a population as of the 2010 census of 2,308.  There are 23,515 acres and 36 square miles in Glade Township.  There are 18.42 miles of township roads.

The township is governed by a three member Board of Supervisors.  Each Supervisor is elected for a term of six years with one term expiring every two years on December 31.

The present Board of Supervisors consists of:  Fred Freeman (Chairman), Rusty Zigler (Vice Chairman) and Joseph Scully (Supervisor).  The Board meets on the first & third Tuesdays of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Municipal Building, 1285 Cobham Park Rd., Warren, PA. 

The Board of Supervisors are responsible for adopting a budget for the township and the sewer fund.  The Board also levy’s taxes and adopts Ordinances and Resolutions to establish rules and regulations within the township, making Glade Township a safe and healthy place of residence.