About East Rockhill Township
East Rockhill Township is one of true rural beauty. Our large open parks, beautiful vistas, iconic covered bridges, and friendly neighbors contribute to a style and quality of life we treasure.
The Township was incorporated in 1890 following the division of Rockhill Township into East and West Rockhill Townships in 1889. East Rockhill Township is currently 12.95 Square Miles and has 36.81 miles of Township-maintained roads; 11.19 miles of State-maintained roads. The year 2010 Census indicated 5,706 residents.
We are also quite proud to be home to Pennridge High School / North Middle School Campus and the Upper Bucks Campus of Bucks County Community College. And not in many other places can people see the bright parachutes of skydivers while playing with their children on the playground.
East Rockhill residents have access to a number of great facilities, programs, and businesses. Find out more about government resources, community resources, and view our business directory and street map .