North Coventry Township

HELP WANTED-Building Inspector/Zoning Officer/Code Enforcement Officer – FULL TIME

Building Inspector/Zoning Officer/Code Enforcement Officer – FULL TIME  North Coventry Township seeks applicants to perform Building Inspection (Residential and Commercial) and Interpret Township Zoning Ordinance, who is a  well-spoken, organized, trustworthy individual who can deal with the public. Comprehensive benefits/Competitive Salary offered. Must be 18 + years of age and have a valid PA driver’s license.    Ability to multi-task and has or will get the necessary ICC Certifications for residential and commercial properties.  Background check required. 


Email Application, Resume & Salary history to:

HELP NEEDED! Public Input Requested for Future Building Use at Coventry Woods

Send us your suggestions for potential uses for Paravis Hall and the Stubblebine House

The Board of Supervisors is requesting your help to determine the future use of two buildings in Coventry Woods, the Stubblebine House located at the main entrance of Coventry Woods and Paravis Hall (the lodge).

The Township has spent the last several years securing Paravis Hall to protect it from exposure to the elements and to make it ADA compliant.  The next phase of the project requires a determination on the future use of the building and the feasibility of that proposed use.

The Stubblebine house, most recently was being used by In Ian's Boots and is now vacant.  Any public use of the building will require ADA compliance, which it currently is not.  The Township must decided the viability of preservation verses demolition and would like public input.

The Board has asked all of its commissions and boards to weigh in with their ideas and is also asking for public input.  Please share your vision through the form below.

Your participation is greatly appreciated.  We are requesting the all responses are received by the Township before December 8th so that a serious discussion can be started about the next phase for the park.

Use Form Below to Submit Your Suggestions

Coventry Woods Eagle Scout Project Completed

Kaleb Fisher, Troop 95, Boy Scouts of America, stands by one of the five access signs he built and installed at Coventry Woods as his Eagle Scout project. The signs will help to inform park visitors were parking is available and provide the address in event of a needed call to 911.

Free Libraries Eagle Scout Project Completed!!!

Simon Crew, a member of BSA Troop 140 and North Coventry resident, stands beside one of three Little Free Libraries which he constructed, installed, and filled with books as part of his Eagle Scout project. Simon’s Little Free Libraries can be found in Riverbend Park, Kenilworth Park, and Coventry Woods Park. Thank you, Simon!

Volunteers Helping at Coventry Woods

BIG thank you to the OJR Leo Club for their volunteer efforts at Coventry Woods restoring a picnic shelter and area at the Chestnut Hill access. Also BIG thank you to Boy Scout Troop 95 for their maintenance in the garden beds in front of the Lodge. Municipal government relies heavily of the efforts of its volunteers. Thanks again to all those involved.

Coventry Wood Bonfire November 4th

EVENT DATE: November 4th, 2017

TIME: Historical Presentation  4pm-5pm

TIME: Bonfire 5pm to 9pm

PLACE:  Coventry Woods

1954 St Peters Road, Pottstown Pa 19465

The Coventry Woods Bonfire is scheduled for Saturday,  November 4th from 5:00 – 9:00 PM.  Prior to the bonfire at 4:00pm at the Fernbrook Lodge, Chairman of the North Coventry Historical Commission , Spencer Claypoole will be giving a presentation on 18th Century homes of North Coventry Township. Spencer will help his audience visualize the impact of 18th Century homes on the charcoal collier’s efforts at Chestnut Hill and in the establishment of township villages.
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