Greenfield Township Municipal Building. Public is welcome.
Face masks are encouraged to attend the meeting and social distancing protocol will be followed.
If you are sick, please stay home.
Greenfield Township receives $70,000 for the development of the Greenfield Township Community Park. The project will include construction of a dog park, pedestrian walkway, internal loop trail, parking area and access drive; installation of fencing; ADA access, landscaping, project signage and other related site improvements.
To learn about the park project, go to www.greenfieldtownshipsupervisors.org/park
Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month.
Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Financials, Meeting Audio Recordings
Local Area Information, Forms, Instructions, Applications
The Greenfield Township Historical Society was formed in June, 1996 with a focus on preserving historical landmarks and the legacy of Greenfield Township, incorporated in 1816 in rural Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania.
Their first major project was to move the CARPENTER SCHOOL from its original location to the grounds of the Greenfield Township Municipal Building, Route 106, Finch Hill, Pennsylvania.
Since then, the Historical Society has been active in the community supporting activities and hosting events.