Get Involved

Interested in getting involved in your community? Ferguson Township offers opportunities for residents and others to help shape decisions that make your community a "best place to live." You can put your talents to work to improve the quality of life in the Township for generations to come. Even if you don't have time to join a committee or board, opportunities are available at all levels of involvement. 

Read about all the ways our residents are helping to plan the Township's future, with careful attention to our managed and sustainable growth. We hope you will be inspired to get involved in your Township!

We have residents recommending updates to our source water protection ordinance, and helping us develop our greenhouse gas emissions reduction strategy.

We have a Parks and Recreation Committee to advise us about parkland development, open space preservation, and programming.

We formed a committee to recommend appropriate use of rural agricultural and rural residential areas, and we invited Pine Grove Mills residents to help us with a Small Area Plan to preserve the sense of place and quality of life in their village.

Residents who served on our Stormwater Advisory Committee helped us complete our Stormwater Fee Feasibility Study.  

Volunteers of all ages are helping to establish a new park — named Songbird Sanctuary by our Board of Supervisors — by planting trees and developing a pollinator plot.

We're inviting residents to help us plan improvements to our parks and other facilities.

Throughout the growing season, master gardeners and community stewards maintain the Snetsinger Butterfly Garden at Tom Tudek Memorial Park.

Tudek Park now has a Little Free Library, thanks to a resident who donated it in memory of her mother, a teacher.

Ferguson Township encourages residents who want to help strengthen our community to let us know about your interests. We need and appreciate your participation.

The Township also invites organizations to participate in our Adopt-A-Road or Adopt-A-Median Programs. If you have friends or coworkers who share an interest in beautifying the Township, you can sign up to adopt and maintain a road or median. A good example is the Ferguson Township Garden Club's beautiful median at the intersection of Rt. 45 East and Rt. 26.

The easiest way to get involved is to come to our quarterly Coffee and Conversation. You can chat about Township matters that are important to you with our Township Manager, Chief of Police, and other key staff.