Pocono Township was created as a separate Township by a decree of the courts of Northampton County in November 1816. – learn more



Pocono Township Community Information, Phone Numbers, Services, Schools, Library and Places of Worship. – learn more



Pocono Township is in the Heart of the Poconos, located in the center of Monroe County, Pennsylvania. – learn more




Pocono Township Road Paving Schedule is as follows:

Beginning Friday, August 8th, paving  of Summit Road.

Beginning  August 11th,  starting with Cherry Lane Church Road, followed by Birchwood Road, Laurel Lake Road (From Laurel Lake to Cherry Lane Road) and Beelher Road.  Depending on weather  and traffic conditions, paving should be completed by Friday August 15th.

Motorist are advised that there will be paving crews in this area during the dates noted. Please seek alternate routes to avoid delays.



Rt. 611 Detour Information

Starting on July 24, 2014, there will be a detour in place on Rt. 611 in Bartonsville for bridge construction. More information can be found on the notice below.
Rt. 611 Detour Notice

Community Vision
The HSPS (Hamilton Twp., Stroud Twp., Pocono Twp., and Stroudsburg Borough) Region is an attractive community in which to live, work, and vacation, characterized by a high quality of life; diversity of landscapes and settled areas; a balanced and vital economy providing family sustaining jobs for residents; efficient alternative modes of  travel; extensive preserved open space; access to protected scenic, natural, historic, and cultural resources; a variety of recreational and social opportunities; managed, balanced and controlled development consistent with available infrastructure and the Region’s Plan for the Future; reasonable taxation; intermunicipal cooperation; social cohesion; and assimilation of new residents. – read more

Meeting Schedule

Mountain View Park

Mt. View Park, situated off of Sullivan Trail, Tannersville, Pa, is one of the most beautiful parks in Monroe County. The park was opened in 1978 and offers three ball fields, one soccer field, two tennis courts, two basketball courts, four pavilions- including grills, well-equipped playgrounds, rest rooms, and nature trails.
The park is open in May – weather permitting, and closes on Labor Day, but is open on weekends after Labor Day through Columbus Day. – learn more