Upper Darby ParksAs an urban community which is one of the largest in the state, Upper Darby's outdoor recreation facilities are used to capacity by the general public as well as more than fifty (50) groups and organizations.
The Right To Know law is designed to guarantee that the public has access to public records of governmental agencies in Pennsylvania.Learn more about how you can request information, what is exempted information as well as the other processes and procedures of the program.
Single Stream Recycling
The Single-stream Recycling Program allows residents to place all Acceptable Materials together in a blue recycling bin for pickup and delivery to the Materials Recovery Facility. The key component to a successful recycling program is the quality of the material place in the individual recycling containers.
Upper Darby Township, has developed a stormwater Management Program, and has been diligently working to reduce the discharge of pollutants from outfalls, and to protect water quality in the receiving waterways.
Whether it's a severe storm, an Amber alert or a threat to your home or business - Upper Darby residents now have an upgraded notification system where they can receive emergency notices through their phones, email and mobile devices.
Upper Darby Township Ordinance 3012 establishes minimum standards of contractor responsibility and eligibility for certain public contracts. View our public notices as well as our awarded contract information.
Upper Darby Redevelopment
Upper Darby is committed to building a strong and thriving business community. Learn about some of the redevelopment projects that are underway and/or those that have been completed in Upper Darby Township.
Protect our neighborhoods through aggressive code enforcement
Engage residents to provide neighborhood solutions
Maximize redevelopment opportunities to reduce tax burden on residential property
owners; capitalize on the transit system
Promote Upper Darby to attract new businesses, developers, and residents
Reconnecting our neighborhoods to vibrant commerical districts
Reconnect our neighborhoods to strong, more collaborative neighborhoods
Reconnect our neighborhoods to the region through multi-modal transportation connections
Reconnect our neighborhoods to safe, attractive, and sustainable environments
Upper Darby Township became incorporated as a township on August 31, 1736 from Darby Township. Today, Upper Darby Township is classified as a First Class Township operating under the Pennsylvania Home Rule Charter
The Mayor of Upper Darby Township is Barbarann Keffer