Geography, Topography, and History
Warren Township is situated in the northeastern corner of Bradford County. Warren is bound to the north by New York State, to the east by Susquehanna County, to the south by Pike Township, southwest by Orwell Township, and to the west by Windham Township. The Township is well hydrated, as it has many major streams and tributaries that flow through it, they include: Corbin Creek, Dewing Creek, Pendleton Creek, Southwick Creek, Wappasening Creek, and Babcock Run. The Township can be traveled on the following State Roads: Little Meadows, LeRaysville Road, Irish Hill, Sugar Cabin, and Cadis Road.
The Township of Warren was formed in 1813, taken from Orwell Township. Prior to the Township’s current name it was formerly known as Martell. The Township was named after General Joseph Warren, who was killed in the Battle of Bunker Hill. The first settler to arrive in the Township was William Arnold in 1798.
Local Government and Current Data
The Township of Warren has a governing board that consists of three elected supervisors. The Township also employs a secretary. There are seven members that serve on the Township’s planning commission. In 2005, Warren Township adopted its comprehensive plan. Warren opted not to organize a zoning hearing board to enforce any regulations. The Planning Commission is the first governing body to handle all subdivisions and land developments.
There are several services and amenities located in Warren Township. The following churches are located in Warren: the Warren Center Baptist Church, West Warren Congregational Church, Warren Center Independent Bible Church, and the Warren Center United Methodist Church and Parsonage. The Warren Township Community Park is open to the public from dawn to dusk and to be used for recreation.
Tax Millage for 2017:
Northeast Bradford School District
FEMA Community Panel Number:
421408 0003 A
Population under 18....27.4%
Population over 65....12.3%
High School Graduates....82.1%
Higher Education Graduates....13.5%
Median Housing Values....$73,900
Per Capita Income....$16,442
Median Family Income....$47,000
Population Below Poverty Level....7.2%
Fire Coverage: Little Meadows Volunteer Fire Co. and Rescue Squad
Warren Township Volunteer Fire Dept.
Ambulance Coverage: Windham Ambulance Association
Police Protection: Pennsylvania State Police
Electric Company: Penelec
Gas Company: N/A
Water Company: N/A
Sewerage Facilities: N/A
Telephone Company: Frontier Communications
Mark Wheaton 570-395-3709
Gerald E. Abell (570) 395-3267
Fred Wheaton (570) 395--3221
Janice Young (570) 744-1045
Chad Salsman, Esq. (570) 265-5870
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