We are a semi-rural community located 25 miles west of Philadelphia along the banks of the Brandywine Creek. Chadds Ford is a unique mix of rolling hills and expansive vistas juxtaposed against busy suburban communities to the south, east and north. We are home to many historic sites including the Brandywine Battlefield and serve as the western gateway to Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
Pennsbury is a semi rural Township, situated in the southeastern corner of Chester County, Pennsylvania and is bordered by Delaware to the south an the Brandywine River to the east. It is comprised of 10.36 square miles and has a population of 3,500. The Township is part of the original grant to William Penn in 1638 and the first surveys were done about 1686, however few people actually lived here until 1700.
The Township Building is handicap accessible. However, restroom facilities are not readily available from the Harris Meeting Room. One must go outside the building and through the front door to access restroom.
In his tenth term as a state legislator serving Chester and Delaware counties, Rep. Stephen E. Barrar has earned a reputation as a dedicated public servant whose foremost concern is the advancement of the 160th District and improving the quality of life for the families of Pennsylvania.