The Environmental Advisory Council, comprised of seven members with overlapping 3-year terms, exists to advise the Board of Supervisors and others on matters dealing with the protection, management, conservation, promotion and use of the natural resources within Newtown Township.
They also strive to make Newtown Square a beautiful, attractive destination for shopping, dining and living. As such, they help municipal officials make environmentally sound decisions, serve as liaisons to represent both the community and the decision makers, raise money for environmental projects, engage residents in natural resource protection and township beautification, review development plans and updates for existing ordinances for environmental impact and compliance (and identify potential problems) and suggest language to strengthen existing ordinances re: Environmental Issues.
For information on the Environmental Advisory Council from the Newtown Township General Code, please follow the attached link.
5:00 pm on the first Monday of the month
Township Building, 209 Bishop Hollow Road, Newtown Square, PA 19073
|Carrie Lonsinger Mann||Member|
|Cindy Mehallow||Vice Chair|
If you have anything you would like to bring to the attention of the Environmental Advisory Council, please visit the Contact Us page. Your e-mail will be forwarded to the appropriate person.
Click here to view the most recent EAC Newsletter as well as archived copies.
Bird Town USA Newsletter
Newtown Township is designated a Bird Town! August 2017 Bird Town Newsletter
Learn more about invasive plants and plants that attract birds to our area in their most recent newsletter.
Useful Links and Information
For a wealth of additional information and brochures, please visit the Newtown Township Stormwater / MS4 Page