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The first known deed issued in New Hanover was for 200 acres to Johannes Schneider, December 9, 1718. The site is now the Gilbertsville Golf Course.

Recent News


Mar 1, 2019

Get Pre-verified for REAL ID without going to the DMV

Representative March Topel is sponsoring an event for pre-verification for application of the pending REAL ID program for PENNDOT. The event will be held on March 21, 2019 from 5:00pm to 8:00pm at Boyertown Middle School East. For more information please click here.


Mar 1, 2019

New Hanover Township

Planning Commission Regular Monthly Meeting scheduled for March 13, 2019 has been cancelled.


Feb 8, 2019

Maintenance Request for Layfield Road, 663 and Swamp Pike

New Hanover Township is not responsible for maintaining the following roads: Layfield Road, 663 and Swamp Pike. To report any maintenance request please use the following information.

The following state highways are maintained by PennDOT.

  • Layfield and North Charlotte Street
  • Route 663 and Big Road (Route 73)

PennDOT Contact Information: 1-800-Pot-hole

The following county roads are maintained by the County.

  • Swamp Pike
  • Sections of Kulp Road, Deep Creek Road and Henning Road

Montgomery County Roads and Bridges Contact Information: 610-278-3613


Jan 15, 2019

Penn State Extension's Master Watershed Steward Program

If you have an interest in the environment and the water we drink, a willingness to learn more, and most importantly, a strong desire to make a difference in the community, Penn State Extension’s Master Watershed Steward Program may be a good fit for you! Don’t miss out – Montgomery County’s 2019 Master Watershed Steward Basic Training starts April 11th.

For more information please click here.

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