The objectives of the association are to maintain the rural character of the township as a healthful, safe, pleasant residential community and to promote the solution of problems affecting the community on a friendly, cooperative and completely non-partisan basis.
The Kuerner Farm on Ring Road in Chadds Ford has earned U.S. National Historic Landmark and U.S. National Register of Historic Places designation. Famous, local artist, Andrew Wyeth, featured the Kuerner Farm and its residents in about one third of his over 1,000 paintings.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our roadside cleanup in October - after coffee and donuts courtesy of the Civic Association, over a dozen volunteers cleaned up many of the roads in the township. Our next cleanup day will be in April 2019 - please check back for the confirmed date, and join us in helping keep Chadds Ford beautiful.
Since 2007, the Civic Association has demonstrated its support for accomplished students by awarding a scholarship to a graduating high school senior. Students must be Township residents, reside in a household that is a member of the Civic Association and plan to pursue higher education. Deadline for submitting the application is April 01, 2019. Read more
The Chadds Ford Civic Association held its annual Membership Meeting with wine & cheese at the Brandywine River Museum on October 23. President Phil Wenrich presented the 2018 Outstanding Citizen of the Year Award to Debbie Reardon, recognizing her contributions to the community over the past 20 years, including chairing and leading the Open Space Committee, working with the state of PA to secure a grant for the Harvey Run Trail, and many others. She inspired the audience with her personal commitment that has resulted in improving the quality of life in Chadds Ford for all residents and visitors.