Upper Frederick Township is located in the western section of Montgomery County.
The township area is a quiet countryside within two hours of the national capital. It is 30 miles to Philadelphia and 15 miles to Norristown.
The area continued without an official name or government until 1731. At that time 15 resident men drafted the land on paper and attached it to a petition asking the Philadelphia County Court for the creation of a township. The petition was granted and the township was named Frederick Township. It remained a part of Philadelphia County until Montgomery County was formed in 1784.
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A complete listing of contact information for Upper Frederick Township.
The Supervisors of Upper Frederick Township have among their long-range objectives the maintenance of the rural character of the Township.
A listing of finance related documents and information for Upper Frederick Township.
A listing of agendas that are available on the website.
A collection of permits, documents and forms available for download in the popular Adobe Acrobat format (PDF).
View some of the locations in and around Upper Frederick Township.
Also known as the "Right-to-Know Law", this page links to a document that contains the Public Record Access Policy of Upper Frederick Township.
A list of schools in the Boyertown Area School District complete with contact information.
View a listing of events and meetings in Upper Frederick Township.
A comprehensive guide to codes of Upper Frederick Township is available through an outside website.
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A list of all the pages and sections on the Upper Frederick Township website.