810 Hill Church Road
Boyertown PA 19512
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I am pleased to welcome you to the Pike Township website. Our website provides a central location to obtain draft agendas for regular meetings, copies of ordinances, lists of members of the various committees, contact information, Township background and history, and information on “happenings” in Pike Township. I encourage residents to visit the site frequently and to get involved in their areas of interest.
Jeffrey E. Gorrin, Chairman,
Pike Township Board of Supervisors
Emergency Preparedness Special Needs Survey
The East Central PA Counter Terrorism Task Force (ECPCTTF) is a cooperative effort of Berks, Columbia, Luzerne, Montour, Northumberland, Schuylkill, and Wyoming counties. The task force is organized to assist member agencies with tools, strategies and guidance in their efforts toward an all hazards approach to emergency preparedness. This project, the ECPCTTF Special Needs Survey, is an example of these efforts. For the purpose of this project, a special needs individual is someone who is likely to require assistance in excess of that provided to the general public in a time of disaster, particularly in the event that large scale evacuation is necessary. These special needs could include, but are not limited to, requiring specialized medical equipment, difficulty walking, blindness, deafness, or being bedridden. They could also include having limited access to transportation, not understanding directions public safety officials will provide due to language barriers, and not being able to receive those directions due to not having access to television, internet or radio.
The information entered in this database will be used by emergency responders to better identify and assist those individuals in our community who may be least able to help themselves in times of disaster. For more information and to register, you can access the survey using this link: Special Needs Survey
If you would prefer completing this survey offline, you can download a copy of the survey with this link: Downloadable Special Needs Survey
He has published an Abridged History of Pike Township which was available at the 200th Anniversary Celebration in 2013 and it can be downloaded here. Joe is seeking feedback from township residents. He is interested in corrections, additional information, and Pike Township stories. His contact information can be found in the township history booklet using the link above.