The story of New Garden Township began long ago when the land was home to the Lenni Lenape Indians. Located in southern Chester County, Pennsylvania, New Garden was a land of deep woods, tumbling streams and Indian trails until the arrival of William Penn, Jr’s land agent in the early 1700’s....
Any historic artifacts pertaining to New Garden Township that you may want to donate to the Township please contact Ted Christie.
Stop by the Township Building to view the 2016 Showcase “Then & Now".
New Garden’s Board of Supervisors adopted the “Historic Preservation Ordinance”. The ordinance objectives are to:
- Protect historic resources in New Garden Township.
- Identify all buildings and structures which are important to the culture, history and tradition of the citizens of New Garden Township.
- Confirm the establishment of an Historical Commission in and for New Garden Township.
- Establish a process by which proposed changes or demolition affecting historic resources are reviewed by both the New Garden Township Historical Commission and the New Garden Township Board of Supervisors; and
- Encourage the continued use and preservation of historic resources consistent with preserving the historic character of those resources and to facilitate their appropriate reuse.
- Currently 107 houses are recorded as “historical resources”. Click here to view the Historic Resource Map.
(3 Year Terms)
|Brian Roberts||Chair (January 1, 2019)|
|Ted Christie||Vice-Chair (January 1, 2018)|
|Elizabeth Horton||Treasurer (January 1, 2017)|
|Charles Horton||Secretary (January 1, 2017)|
|David Hawk||Member (January 1, 2019)|
|Michael Leja||Member (January 1, 2017)|
|Lynn Sinclair||Member (January 1, 2019)|
|Stuart Roberts||Member (January 1, 2018)|