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Welcome to Cass Township in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.

Learn more about our township: Area Overview, Economic Development, Education, and the History of Cass Township. Need assistance? Call us at 570-544-5370... we're eager to help!


Explore the areas of Municipal Government
that make up Cass Township, PA.

Let the government of Cass Township work for you. On this site you can see a government overview, public meeting dates, and learn more about our staff.


Residents benefits from many Services
here in Cass Township, Schuylkill County, PA.

Services in Cass Township include: Ambulance, Emergency Management, Fire, Planning Commission, Police, Sewer, Taxes, Water, and Zoning.


Central location for Document Downloads
here in Cass Township, Schuylkill County, PA.

The officials of Cass Township, Schuylkill County, PA, want to make access to government documents easy. Starting in mid-2011, download new Government Documents right here. (Older documents will be added as staffing allows.)


The Latest News
from Cass Township, Pennsylvania.

If you are looking for the latest news and information about Cass Township, we will post it right here in the Cass Township news section.


It's easy to Get in Contact
with Cass Township, Schuylkill County, PA.

We've made it easy to contact Cass Township government through this web site, either by email, telephone or traditional mail. Click here to contact us.

Welcome to Cass Township, Schuylkill County, PA

Here at the virtual home of Cass Township in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania you can scan the range of government services provided by township officials and volunteers. The website offers public documents to read and lists meetings and events. Other sections of the website describe work, play, schooling and history in Cass Township.

Coal miners helped create Cass Township. The industriousness of the miners lives on at the Highridge Business Park where major corporations operate distribution and manufacturing centers, in historic villages that date to the mining era and in new housing that has risen on the former coal fields.


*All ashes must be in an ash container with handles; covered from the weather; and placed outside in a visible location near the residence prior to 7am.

January, February, and March – Every Wednesday.

April through September will be once a month on the following dates:

April – 04/21; May – 05/19; June – 06/16; July – 07/21; August – 08/18; and September – 09/15. 

October, November, December – Every Wednesday.

(This schedule is subject to change at any time as per the Board of Supervisors).


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2020 Schuylkill Visitors GuideDownload the 2020 Schuylkill County Visitor's Guide courtesy of the Schuylkill County Visitors Bureau.