• Alsace Township is a predominantly rural municipality located in the central portion of Berks County, within the southeastern quadrant of Pennsylvania, approximately 60 miles north of the City of Philadelphia.

  • We have a total land area of 12.1 square miles, containing a network of 27.37 miles of township owned roads and 15.41 miles of state roads, for a total of 42.78 miles.

  • As of the most recent census, there were 3,751 people, 1,433 households, and 1,060 families residing in the township.

  • Alsace Township is located within the Oley Valley School District.

  • Based upon its population, Alsace Township is defined as a Second Class Township under the Pennsylvania Codes.

WELCOME TO ALSACE TOWNSHIP

ADDRESS: 65 Woodside Avenue, Temple, PA 19560
PHONE
: 610-929-5324,  FAX: 610-921-0977, EMAIL: alsacetwp@comcast.net
OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

BOARD OF SUPERVISORS WORKSHOP MEETING – CANCELLED

The Wednesday, August 3, 2016 Alsace Township Board of Supervisors Workshop Meeting has been cancelled.  The next meeting of the Board of Supervisors is a business meeting scheduled for Wednesday, August 17, 2016 at 7:00 pm.

THEATER NIGHT – “Then & Now Family Album”

WHEN:  Thursday, August 11, 2016Family Album for Summer Recreation Theater Night
TIME:    6:00 pm
WHERE:  Alsace Township Municipal Building, 65 Woodside Ave.
WHAT:  Join us for a sharing of scenes—live and video animations—created and performed by kids in the Summer Recreation Program, using stories shared by older  Alsace Township residents as a jumping-off point.

Refreshments will be served.

ALSACE TOWNSHIP HISTORY GROUP MEETING

The next regular meeting of the Alsace Township History Group will be held on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 1:30 pm at the Township Municipal Building located at 65 Woodside Avenue.

Guess what?  A new name for the History Group is needed.  Use your creative energy and help us out in choosing a new name at the next meeting!

The group is planning a video presentation of historic places and people in the fall.  More details will evolve as we work to gather photos for the presentation.  Do you have any you can contribute?

We will continue to develop a plan to collect historical photos and stories about the Township and a plan as to their preservation.  We also need people who can serve as the History Group’s leader and secretary.  Please think about volunteering your time for the future of those who are yet to come.

Bring your ideas and photos!  See you on August 23rd!  

Original SHALTERS CHURCH - Mt. Laurel Rd.
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BAN ON BURNING

Open burn permitted
Call Alsace Manor Volunteer Fire Company at 610-921-9372 for more information.