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  • Solebury Township Administration Building

    View our Township Directory for staff, their positions and contact information.
    Photograph By: Simone Collins

  • Ingham Spring

    Protecting and preserving the beauty, unique character and natural resources of Solebury Township includes appreciating its heritage.
    Photograph By: Simone Collins

  • Delaware River Canal

    View Solebury's Recreational Opportunities.
    Photograph By: Mark Ludak

  • Flowers at Township Building

    By planting native plant gardens, you can help to preserve the native plants that are disappearing from our area as well as create small oases for the wildlife in our neighborhoods.
    Photograph By: Mark Ludak

  • Ingham Spring - Fish Hatchery Area

    Solebury Township Parks and Recreation embraces the philosophy that leisure time activities enhance the quality of life by offering...
    Photograph By: Mark Ludak

  • Walking Bridge Over the Delaware at Lumberville

    Villages and hamlets are found in Solebury at historically important crossroads at points along the Delaware River...
    Photograph By: Don Schoenleber

Welcome to the new Solebury Township Website! 

This site is dedicated to providing Township residents and visitors with current events, recreational and volunteer opportunities, historical data, building and zoning requirements, and other pertinent information related to the Township.  Please take the time to visit our site; it is currently under construction and will be changing daily.  Feel free to provide feedback to Solebury Manager.

Parks & Recreation


Planning, Code Enforcement &


Repairs to Close Street Road on Weekdays

PennDOT is scheduled to repair a section of Street Road near Ridge Road, beginning on Aug. 11. Crews will be closing the road between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and detouring traffic. The road is expected to remain open evenings and weekends while the work progresses.

Quarry Permit Rescinded

The Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board (EHB) has rescinded New Hope Crushed Stone and Lime Company's permit to dig the quarry deeper, citing significant damage to the surrounding environment. The July 31 decision can be read in its entirety here.

The EHB, which hears appeals from actions taken by the state Department of Environmental Protection, ruled in favor of The Solebury School, which argued that mining activities caused the formation of sinkholes on the school campus, creating serious threats to the students and adults who live, work and study there.

At issue is whether the DEP erred when it granted the quarry a permit to deepen its mine to 170 feet below sea level, operations that require the constant pumping, or "dewatering," of the pit. The EHB found that the dewatering is the cause of the sinkholes at the school. The panel cited several instances where the DEP's decision to allow deepening of the quarry was flawed and concluded that the quarry “is causing and perpetuating a hazardous condition on its neighbor’s property.”

Both the DEP and the quarry have a right to appeal the order in Commonwealth Court.

Solebury Moves Forward on Public Works Improvements

After a long and difficult winter season that pushed Township road crews and equipment to the limit, the Board of Supervisors is moving forward on options to upgrade Solebury's public works facilities.

Currently, the Township's road maintenance and snow removal equipment are housed in a 50-year-old garage located behind the Township Hall. Last week, the Board agreed to hire a Bedminster-based architecture firm to present plans for a new, one-story facility on unused land adjacent to the Township facilities on Sugan Road.