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Upper Providence Township Contact:
935 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 19063
610-565-4944 * Fax 610-565-8924
Emergency - 911

Upper Providence Township Sewer Authority

935 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 19063


Rose Tree Media School District (administrative offices)
Phone - 610-627-6000

Voter Information provided by the League of Women Voters
Voter Registration - 610-891-4659

Delaware County Election Bureau

STOP call before you dig

If you plan to dig contact - PA 1 call 1-800-242-1776 at least 3 days prior to the dig date

Local Food Bank

Media Food Bank has been providing food and clothing for needy local families in and around the Media area for many years as part of the outreach program at the First United Methodist Church of Media.  If you want to contribute call 444-442-0033 for complete details.  The hours of operation are 7 - 8 p.m. Thursday and 10-11 a.m. on the second ad fourth Saturday of each month.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

Chip - Pennsylvania's Children's Health Insurance Program
Free Chip and Low-cost Chip programs are available

CAADC Donations Warehouse - pick up and delivery - call to donate beds, dressers, televisions, living room furniture, tables and chairs, dishes and other kitchen items, etc.  see complete details

Realty Tax - Upper Providence Township levies a tax on all property transferred from one owner to another. The collection/payment of the tax takes place at the property closing. The total transfer tax on all real property sold in Upper Providence Township is 3% of the sale price. Of the 3%, 1% goes to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, .5% to the Rose Tree Media School District and 1 1/2% to Upper Providence Township.

2017 Township Tax Levy - 4 mils

Delaware County Tax Collections - 610-891-4278

Rose Tree Media School District Taxes - 610-627-6140

Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program - contact 717-787-6960 or the website
for detailed information and forms


  • Settled about 1683
  • Incorporated as a township in 1687
  • Area 5.93 square miles
  • Population- 10,142 (per 2010 census)
  • Distance to center city Philadelphia is 21 miles or 45 minutes
  • Upper Providence is 98% residential, 1% commercial and 1% industrial
  • 90 to 360 feet above sea level

2010 Census Information - click for the US Census Web site and click to view fact sheets for Upper Providence Township


  • Cherry Street Park
  • Rose Tree Park
  • Ridley Creek State Park
  • Weldon Street Tot Lot
  • Houtman Park
  • Ray Roche Park
  • Louis Scott Park
  • Berman Park

Senior Citizens:

Upper Providence Township seniors (55 and over) are invited to join the Senior Citizens Club. The Club meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Rose Tree Fire House at 1 PM. Members enjoy informative meetings and planned day trips. The Club is free of charge to all Upper Providence Township senior citizens. Come and be a part of the fun!

COSA County Office of Services for the Aging:
or 610-490-1300

Government Contacts


  • Unitarian Universalist Church of Delaware County
    Rose Tree Rd.
  • Media Church of the Nazarene
    1810 N. Providence Road
    Reverend Dawn D. Reed


The Administration Buildings will be closed on the following dates:

New Year's Day Monday, January 2
Martin Luther King Day Monday, January 16
Presidents' Day Monday, February 20
Good Friday Friday, April 14
Memorial Day Monday, May 29
Independence Day Holiday Monday, July 3
Independence Day Holiday Tuesday, July 4
Labor Day Monday, September 4
Columbus Day Monday, October 9
Veterans Day Friday, November 10
Thanksgiving Day Thursday, November 23
Thanksgiving Holiday Friday, November 24
Christmas Day Monday, December 25
Christmas Holiday Tuesday, December 26


A snow parking & traffic emergency exists when 2 inches or more of ice, sleet, hail or snow is predicted or actually occurs. Certain Township streets are posted as being snow emergency routes. Thus, whenever a snow parking & traffic emergency is in effect, it is unlawful to for any person to obstruct or impede traffic or hinder snow removal or salting operations.


Curfew :
No minor person (under 18) shall be or remain upon any street, highway, alley, park or public place within the Township after the hour of 10:00 p.m. and before the hour of 5 :00 a.m. the following day, as measured by the prevailing time, except that on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings and the eve and day of any holiday as recognized and established by Council, the restrictions shall apply at 11:00 p.m. and remain until 5:00 a.m. of the following day. Such restrictions shall be imposed unless the minor person is accompanied by his or her parent or is in the performance of employment for which he or she is receiving compensation or is returning from a recognized activity.


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