Pictured left to right: W. William Whiteside, III, Mark McCouch, Vice President, Deborah Tustin, President, Tom Johnson and Gregory Nesbitt, Esquire.
Horsham Township is a municipality of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Home Rule Charter of Horsham Township (see Township Codes Online
– Charter) went into effect in January of 1976. The Charter prescribed that there shall be five Councilmen, elected at large, for a four-year term. The Councilmen serve on a part-time basis.
The Legislative power of the Township is vested with Council. The Council adopts legislation and grants final approval of many of the functions of Township Government at their regular monthly meetings. These meetings provide an opportunity for communication, which is essential to a successful local government. The meetings are generally held in the Township Building.