Wheatfield Township in Perry County Pennsylvania was first settled in 1760 and later incorporated in 1826. Today over 3000 people live within Wheatfield Township's 21.1 sq. miles of beautiful wooded areas, water ways, fields, and mountains. In August of 2009 Wheatfield Township created WheatfieldTwp.com to provide the community with a portal to keep everyone up to date with meetings & events, provide easy access to forms & documents, and attract individuals & businesses into the community.
Click here to learn more about the latest bridge and road projects.
Sulphur Springs Road will be closed beginning June 13, 2016 for the bridge replacement.
Wheatfield Township Recycling
***We now accept CFL lightbulbs - please put CFL's in a plastic bag and bring to the Township Office. No broken CFL's will be accepted.
Do your part! The Wheatfield Twp. building collection center is open on the 1st Saturday of each month from 8:00am thru 12:00pm. Items accepted at the Wheatfield Twp. building collection center include aluminum cans/foil (rinsed and crushed), bi-metal (tin) cans (rinsed and crushed), office grade paper (sheets or shredded), magazines, newspapers, books, cardboard (flattened, cereal and shipping boxes, no packing material), plastic containers and bottles (do not need to be separated), glass (rinsed, must be dry), all colors are accepted. Please note that the free Adobe Reader is required.
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What is new in the Township? Click the link below to download the latest newsletter to find out! Please note that the free Adobe Reader is required.
Click here to learn more about wagner park.
Do you have a special event coming up?
Click here to submit a pavilion reservation request online!