• 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.


ADDRESS: 65 Woodside Avenue, Temple, PA 19560
: 610-929-5324,  FAX: 610-921-0977, EMAIL: info@alsacetownship.org
OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm


Skyline Drive Ribbon Cutting

Come and help us celebrate this joint community success story

Friday, September 8, 2017

5:00 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. – parking at the William Penn Fire Tower

enter via List Road and stay for the Reading Radsport’s Mt. Penn Hill Climb


The Mt. Penn Hill Climb will begin in city Park at 6:00 p.m. and will climb Duryea Drive past the iconic Pagoda to the William Penn Fire Tower on the new multi-use Skyline Drive.  This hill climb event follows the ribbon cutting celebration to be held at the Fire Tower.  While the pros and citizens climb to the Fire Tower, there will be street sprints and wheelie competitions in City Park.  When the sprints and wheelies conclude, a podium presentation will take place at the Bandshell in City Park.  The evening will then continue in City Park with live music, local food trucks, and drinks.  Proceeds will be donated to the Reading Recreation Commission.  For more information visit: www.readingradsport.com

    • The next meeting of the Alsace Township Heritage Society will be held on

Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at 6:30 pm

    • at the Township Municipal Building located at 65 Woodside Avenue.

Please join us to offer your thoughts and knowledge regarding the history of Alsace Township.  Please think about volunteering your time for the future of those who are yet to come.  Bring your ideas, photos and other artifacts from Alsace Township’s history!


Len Jones’s – Garage, motel, and luncheonette.
Guess the location…hint…you can still get gasoline there!



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