The Home Rule Charter calls for the Board of Commissioners to appoint 3 major officials to carry out specific managerial, legal, and record keeping functions.
Radnor Township's section demographics includes information on population analysis, housing trends, per capita income, transportation networks, utilities, and health care.
View current elected officials and their duties.
Radnor Township prides itself on its commitment to promoting and implementing steps to protect the environment.
Radnor Township is a proud, exemplary community, rich in history. Once home to the Lenni Lenape Indians, the land was first settled in 1663-1665 by a group of 40 Quakers from Radnorshire, Wales. Seeking religious freedom, the settlers emigrated to a 5,000 acre section purchased from William Penn, granted him by the Crown, in 1681.
The township is located in the northwestern corner of Delaware County, approximately 15 miles west of the City of Philadelphia.
Get more detailed information on meeting times, places, and the structure of meetings.
Check out the Municipal Code for Radnor Township.
The Township of Radnor adopted the seal in 1977.
The Radnor Township Municipal Building is closed, and trash, recycling, and leaves are not collected on holidays.