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.
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.
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.
The Civic Association of Chadds Ford Township will be honoring Karl Kuerner at our Annual Membership Meeting on OCTOBER 21, 2014 to be held at the Brandywine Conservancy Museum of Art. Please join us for this Historic Event if you are a member and resident of Chadds Ford Township. If you are a Chadds Ford resident but not a member, you may become a member anytime!
The Civic Association is providing ongoing support to The Veterans Group, a Philadelphia organization founded in 2007 to shelter homeless veterans. Currently their facility provides food, shelter, case management and supportive services for 48 men. The goal is to help these veterans transition from the hospital to self-sufficiency.
Saturday, October 18 - Roadside Cleanup 8:00 AM
Meet at the Chadds Ford Municipal Building, 10 Ring Road for coffee, doughnuts, bags and gloves.
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