Advisory Board to the Township Commissioners
Open Meetings: 7 p.m. First Wednesdays of each month (starting Jan 2022),
Location: Municipal Services Building, Room 201B, 1014 Darby Rd., Havertown
Zoom option available
Residents and Volunteers welcome. Masks required
Haverford Township has demonstrated commitment to reducing climate change through many concrete actions - many of which have also saved the Township money.
Each year, Tree Tenders plants trees in our parks and public places, over 1500 and counting. While we have done so in the past, we are currently not planting trees for residents. We are affiliated with the PHS Tree Tenders Program.
The Shade Tree Commission advises the Board of Commissioners and the Township Manager with respect to the preservation, maintenance and planting of shade trees in the Township.
Every Year the Shade Tree Commission has a shade tree giveaway!
Haverford Recreation has projects throughout the year for the whole family! By removing invasive species and replacing them with natives, we are making our public open space more appealing to hikers, offering valuable habitat to wildlife, and helping to control erosion. Our projects require zero knowledge and minimal equipment.
Wednesdays in the Grace Chapel parking lot on the corner of Darby Rd and Eagle Rd. Check their website for seasonal hours.
The Climate Action Group advocates for climate change awareness and environmental protections on the local, state, and national levels. The group meets monthly at various evening times (currently virtual) to discus climate Join H-CAN here
DCVA is a nonprofit watershed organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in and around the Darby Creek watershed by restoring and protecting its natural, historical, and cultural resources. DCVA host annual stream cleanups around Hav. Twp. as well as many other activities.
The Office of Sustainability is brand new to Delaware County in 2021! Their charge is to make Delaware County and its operations more sustainable and resilient to the effects of climate change. We’re doing this by examining government operations, engaging with the community, and working with the new Sustainability Commission to develop a long-term Sustainability and Climate Action Plan.
Some Haverford Township houses of worship have connected caring for God's creation in terms of our changing climate and the implications not doing so has on other missions of feeding the hungry, disaster relief, and refugees. Learn more for your houses of worship .
Solarize DelCo is a volunteer run organization that promotes going solar through education and by offering a group buying option with a vetted solar installer to lower installation costs. SolarizeDelco@gmail.com
Not to be confused with The Energy Co-op that is an alternative energy supplier...The Clean Energy Co-op is a renewable energy developer. Members help local nonprofits or community businesses go solar through socially conscience investing. Join us!
The Haverford Township Civic Council is a partnership of organizations that share the goal of improving the quality of life in Haverford Township.
The Environmental Advisory Committee is a dedicated group of volunteers that is leading Haverford to fight climate change and preserve our environment. Learn how you can join and help the EAC!
This is a place to share local recycling tips. The goal is to reduce waste and help others learn ways to reuse and recycle items commonly put in the trash.
Haverford Township Tree Tenders is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the tree cover in Haverford Township.
The Haverford Partnership for Economic Development is a partnership between Haverford Township, business and property owners and Township residents.
Gardening comes with responsibilities. Let’s be kind to all.
Go Green by signing up for Haverford Township's Residential newsletter emailed right to you!
Haverford Civic Council's monthly newsletter
Our township boasts over 17 miles of walking and jogging trails open for your use
Learn about shop local programs to support small businesses!
Publication of Haverford Township Parks and Recreation Department including information on environmental classes and events
DCVA is a nonprofit watershed organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in and around the Darby Creek watershed by restoring and protecting its natural, historical, and cultural resources. Learn about volunteer opportunities to improve our waterways.