Proposed Sign Ordinances Hearing Monday 7/10

NOTICE CONCERNING ADOPTION OF PROPOSED ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 293 OF THE NORTH COVENTRY CODE OF ORDINANCES TO REGULATE TEMPORARY SIGNS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pursuant to the Second Class Township Code, that the Board of Supervisors of North Coventry Township, Chester County, will hold a public hearing at or after 7:00 p.m. on the 10th … Read more


ANNOUNCEMENT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP) TRI-COUNTY TRAILS DESIGN/ENGINEERING DRAWINGS   The Pottstown Area Regional Recreation Committee (PARRC) and the Pottstown Area Regional Recreation Coordinator (RRC) are accepting proposals for a one-time contract to perform certain professional services (consulting work) for the Pottstown Metropolitan Regional Planning Committee (PMRPC).  Attached is the information necessary for the submission … Read more

2017 Dog Licensing Campaign – Notice to Residents

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement (Department of Agriculture) will be conducting a license canvass in Chester County on May 17th.  Multiple wardens will be going door to door educating dog owners as well as checking the status of their dog licenses and rabies vaccinations. Love your dog, license your dog All dogs three months … Read more

2017 Amphibian Friends Recap

Dear Amphibian Friends,        Thank you for a successful 10th year! So many people to thank. Thank you to North Coventry Township for letting me close down Wells Road for the kids and for your support! Thank you to the North Coventry Police for lending me the cones and barricades that I use … Read more


Dear Amphibian Friends, Happy Decennial Anniversary! This is the TENTH YEAR that we have been helping the amphibians cross St. Peters and Wells Roads. Yes, with the help of all of you, the North Coventry Township officials and the North Coventry Police we have helped many, many amphibians migrate safely. Looks like this Winter is … Read more

From the Archives……of the NCPD

  On September 10th 1959 North Coventry Police Chief Daniel Guldin died in the line of duty while arresting a suspect for drunk and disorderly conduct.  In 2001, then Chief Mike Benyo wrote this letter below in support of the former Chief’s  inclusion in the National Law Enforcement Memorial. Read more in this 2011 article … Read more