SUPERVISORSMary Ann Hubbard
Edward H. Simon
Timothy W. Jones
Mary E. Stankovich
CLERKMarcia A. Folenta
SEO/WELLDonald R. Nicholson
SET BACKSCarl Fregoni
SOLID WASTE COORDRobin L. McKinney
ABOUT OUR TOWNSHIP
Greene Township is a political entity of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The population of the Township establishes the basis of the designation as a Township of the Second class.
The Township is located in northeastern Pennsylvania at the southwestern tip of beautiful Lake Wallenpaupack.
The Township was created and incorporated April 24, 1839, by a carve out from Palmyra Township. The area included the Village of Greentown.
The federal Post Office used by the Township's Office, as well as a large section of the Township, is named Greentown, however many sections of Greene Township are served by the Newfoundland Post Office and use that as a mailing address, just as many residents of Palmyra are served by the Greentown Post Office and thus a Greentown mailing address.
The regular meetings of the Township Board of Supervisors are held on the first Wednesday of the month. Additional meetings, if scheduled, are advertised in advance in the Pocono Record, the alternate The Wayne Independent
The date of the January Meeting can vary due to the preference to hold that meeting immediately following the state mandated Reorganization Meeting. The Reorganization meeting date may vary annually based on the day of the week that the New Year holiday falls.
The Regular Meetings are held in the Meeting Room in the Township building on Brink Hill Road. The meetings begin at 7 PM
The minutes are conducted in strict accordance with the Pennsylvania Sunshine Law.
All persons attending a meeting are given an opportunity to speak.