Upper Oxford Township Officials

SUPERVISORS

SCOTT RUGEN, Chairman
CHARLES FLEISCHMANN, Vice Chairman
HOWARD REYBURN, Member

ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF

JANE L. DAGGETT, Secretary/Treasurer

PLANNING COMMISSION

KARL HERR, Chairman
DAVE UNDERWOOD, Vice Chairman
JANE L. DAGGETT, Secretary
SAM REYBURN, Member
HAROLD T. BRYSON, Member
TRACY KELLER, Member

ZONING HEARING BOARD

CHRIS COBURN
J. STEPHEN HILL
DAVID NIBOUAR

BOARD OF AUDITORS

FLOSSIE PREWITT, Chairman
BARBARA HILL, Secretary
TIMOTHY HANCOCK, Member

TAX COLLECTOR

NADINE HOOK
717 529-2839

ROAD MASTER

ANDREW DIFILIPPO

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTOR

CHUCK FREESE

OPEN RECORDS OFFICER

SCOTT RUGEN

HISTORICAL COMMISSION

FRANCES REYBURN
HAZEL DUNCAN
BLAIR FLEISCHMANN
GERALD ROHRER
DENISE RUGEN

Monthly Meetings

Supervisors

2nd Monday at 7:00 p.m.

Minutes for current year
Minutes for past years

Planning Commission

1st Monday at 7:00 p.m.
(except September - 1st Tuesday)

Minutes for current year
Minutes for past years

Other Meetings

Historic Commission

1st Tuesday at 10:00 a.m.

Zoning, Planning and Land Use

Brandywine Conservancy

Brandywine Conservancy

The mission of the Brandywine Conservancy is to conserve the natural and cultural resources of the Brandywine watershed and other selected areas with a primary emphasis on conservation of water quality and quantity. The mission is founded on a belief that a healthy and secure natural environment is essential to meet the needs and aspirations of present and future generations.

Landscapes2 logo

Landscapes2

The purpose of the Landscapes2 Index is to measure progress being made to achieve the goals of Landscapes2, the Chester County Comprehensive Policy Plan. This "report card of progress" is published annually by the Chester County Planning Commission. The most recent edition was published in August 2015.

Natural Lands Trust

Natural Lands Trust

Natural Lands Trust, the region's foremost conservation organization, protects the forests, fields, wetlands, and streams that are essential to the sustainability and quality of life in eastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey.

S.A.V.E.

S.A.V.E.

Our mission is to preserve the quality of life and community character of southern Chester County through Smart Growth principles that support safe transportation, agriculture, villages and the environment.

Building Permits

Upper Oxford Township has adopted the International Building Code. Information about the International Code Council may be found at www.iccsafe.org. ICC APPLICATION FOR PLAN EXAMINATION AND BUILDING PERMIT forms are available at the township office.

Building Permit and Inspection Schedule of Fees
To help expedite your application, please make sure you have the following information before submitting an APPLICATION FOR PLAN EXAMINATION AND BUILDING PERMIT.
Here's a Checklist for your review.

Community Park

The Upper Oxford Community Park is open to township residents from April 1 through November 30.
Park Hours are between 8:00 a.m. and Sunset, local time.

For more information, please see the Park Rules. Please contact the Township office for reservations and additional information.

Open Records Policy

Upper Oxford Township has adopted this Open Records policy. The Board of Supervisors of Upper Oxford Township recognizes the importance of public records as the record of the Township's actions and the repository of information about this Township. The public has the right to access and procure copies of public records, with certain exceptions, subject to law, Township policy and administrative regulations.

Open Records Officer: Scott Rugen
Open Records Policy
Right-to-Know Request Form

Voting in Upper Oxford Township

The polling place for Upper Oxford Township is
Beulah Baptist Church
3815 Newark Road
Oxford, PA 19363

The General Election is November 8, 2016
The last day to register before the November election is October 11

Voter Registration Information

Voters will be asked to decide on the following ballot measure.
Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to require that justices of the Supreme Court, judges, and magisterial district judges be retired on the last day of the calendar year in which they attain the age of 75 years?