Clinton Township is the most rapidly developing municipality in Lycoming County. With development ranging from Amish one-room schoolhouses to one of Pennsylvania’s first natural gas powered electric generating plant, Clinton Township joins a rich heritage with a growing future. With thriving businesses, affordable housing, an outstanding school system, and excellent public services — Clinton Township is a welcome destination for businesses and families looking for a place to grow.
Township News / Meetings
The Clinton Township Supervisors proposed to rehabilitate and improve the township park, located along Route 54 across from Dollar General, and are seeking to create a Park Committee.
Park Committee FAQ:
What is a Park Committee? A Voluntary group of individuals who meet on a regular basis to support the effective functioning of the park.
Who can be on a Park Committee? Anyone who is part of the township. We would love to hear from ALL ages.
Where can I sign up? Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570-547-1466 or send a letter of interest to Township Building, 2106 State Route 54, Montgomery, PA 17752.
The public can view the plan below or see a copy of the plans for the park at the Township Building, 2106 State Route 54, Montgomery, PA. Call 570-547-1466 with any questions.
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Township Supervisor Work Session – 2nd Monday of Every Month – 6:00 p.m.
Township Supervisor Meeting – 2nd Monday of Every Month – 6:30 p.m.
Planning Commission Meeting – 3rd Tuesday of Every Month at 7 p.m.
Township Office Closed Holidays
**Leaf pick up is over for the season**
We are currently conducting leaf pickup throughout the township. Please contact the township office letting us know when they are in a pile on near the edge of your property.
We are currently conducting mowing throughout the township. If you do not want the right-of-way to be mowed on your property please put up a sign and/or contact the township office letting us know. We ask that you do not mow or blow your grass into the road as it causes the storm drains to clog.
The Park is open to the public to use the walk path. If you bring your pet please clean up after them. There is more work to be done yet.