MISSION: It is the mission of the Township of Spring to provide its residents and business community with municipal leadership and services in a cost effective and professional manner to ensure the Township remains an affordable, safe and enjoyable place to live, work and play.
VISION: The Township of Spring will follow standard principles of fiscal management and judicious land use to promote a vibrant community and economy. Through a people focused approach, the Township will manage its resources in order to maintain its infrastructure and provide servicesat the level to which our residents have become accustomed. The Township will engage various means of communication to inform our diverse community about the operations, programs and services it provides.
2301 Monroe Avenue
West Lawn, PA 19609
Coats for Kids
The Township of Spring Fire Rescue Services has decided start out on a long journey to put a coat on the back of as many children as possible in the Township. We have begun a campaign to gather, through donations, as many coats as possible and outfit at many kids as possible with a basic need of a coat. We have named this campaign “Coats for Kids” and with your help, we hope to help keep these children warm during
We are asking the citizens of the community to donate any gently-used winter coats for children 18 years and younger. We will organize the coats, have them cleaned and distribute them to the children that are in need of them from a list provided to us by the Wilson School District and the many churches in the Township. If a citizen does not have a coat to donate, we are also asking for monetary donations so that we can approach businesses to purchase coats for children. Read more.......
DEP Reminds Pennsylvanians to Maintain Home Heating Oil Tank Harrisburg, PA – On the first day of autumn, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) encourages residents to take precautions before filling their home heating oil tanks. Poorly maintained or leaking home heating oil tanks can pose a fire risk, diminish indoor air quality, or contaminate groundwater.
One in five Pennsylvania homes uses heating oil to stay warm in the winter. Owners of home heating oil tanks should consider inspecting indoor and outdoor home heating oil tanks for potential problems prior to refilling them. Preventing leaks will save owners energy and money, in addition to protecting owners’ health. Read more...
You may have received a letter from Western Berks Ambulance requesting donations of financial
support. Please be aware that the Township of Spring has paid the ambulance membership dues
for all Township residents since 2010 and has already paid them for 2014. Residents should not feel obligated to make additional monetary donations to the Ambulance Association in order to receive services. Read more..... Jay Vaughan
Sunoco Pipeline L.P. Maintenance Activity
Sunoco Pipeline L.P (“SPLP”) operates a high-pressure petroleum pipeline that may traverse residents properties situated in SPRING Township, BERKS County, PA. “SPLP” will be conducting a “Close Internal Survey” on the pipeline as part of its routine maintenance program. The purpose of the survey is to gather data on the current levels of cathodic protection (corrosion prevention controls) which are needed to protect the pipeline. Read more....
Residents in West Side Regional EMA, including the Boro of Sinking Spring will receive enhanced public safety alerts through the recently released version of the public safety app – CodeRED Mobile Alert. The app is provided through the WSREMA existing contract with Emergency Communications Network, LLC.
Please complete the Business Emergency Alarm Form and return it toSpring Township Police Department at email@example.com as soon as possible so we can better serve you. If you have any questions regarding the form, contact the Spring Township Police Department at
2850 Windmill Road, Sinking Spring, PA 19608-1668 610.678.5393