Board of Commissioners


2020 Commissioners
(From Left to Right: Gerald Andris, Bob Rodgers, Deborah Zimmerman, Greg Lees, Tom Zipfel)

Board of Commissioners


Hatfield residents elect five Commissioners to four-year terms of office. Each Commissioner represents a geographical “Ward” of the township. The Commissioners are part time volunteers who make decisions on behalf of the 17,000+ residents in Hatfield Township. The Board of Commissioners meets twice a month to discuss and adopt policies for Hatfield's local government services. These policy decisions include items such as land development applications, road improvements, public safety matters, capital improvement projects, and open space preservation. While each year may bring different projects and policies, the overarching goal of the Board of Commissioners is always to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the community.

To find out which ward you live in and which Commissioner represents you, please see the map at the bottom of this page.

Click on a Commissioner for the Commissioner's photo, biography, and contact information.

Contacting your Township Commissioner

If you have questions or concerns about Hatfield Township services, you may first call the township offices, where staff professionals likely can help you. Visit the contact section.

However, if you have thoughts about improving Hatfield Township, or concerns about township activity, the Commissioners encourage you to contact them directly. Personal contact information for each Commissioner is available on their individual pages above.

Public Meetings

In addition, you are encouraged to attend the regular public meetings of the Board of Commissioners. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Public comments and questions are taken at each meeting.

View Agendas for upcoming meetings and Minutes from past meetings.


Please locate where you live on this map. You can also download a larger PDF of the map.




Vacancy Board Chair - Dave Kresge 

In the event of a commissioner vacancy, the Board of Commissioners would appoint a new person. If the board is split in a 2-2 decision on who to appoint, the Vacancy Board Chair casts the breaking vote to appoint a new commissioner.

Tax Collector - Daniel J. Reavy

The Tax Collector is an elected position in Hatfield Township. Daniel J. Reavy serves Hatfield Township as the Tax Collector and holds office hours at the township building leading up to tax payment time. Those hours will be announced on the website when appropriate.



NOTICE is hereby given that the Board of Commissioners of Hatfield Township (the “Township”) will hold a public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on June 16, 2021, at the Hatfield Township Building, 1950 School Road, Hatfield, Pennsylvania, to consider a proposed plan of financing involving the issuance by the Hatfield Township Industrial Development Authority of its tax-exempt obligations to provide funds, together with other available funds, which will be used to finance the costs of the following project (the “Project”).  

Project Owner and
Manager: Central Montgomery County Area Vocational-Technical School (the “Applicant”), a public body organized by Colonial School District, Norristown Area School District and Upper Merion Area School District (the “Participating Districts”) pursuant to the Pennsylvania Public School Code

Location of Project: Located on property owned by the Participating Districts and Applicant, 821 Plymouth Road, Plymouth Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (“Site”)

Maximum Aggregate Face
Amount of Issue Requested:
Not to exceed $2,750,000

Description of Project: The Project will consist of: (i) financing for certain capital projects, including but not limited to renovations, additions and improvements to educational facilities of the Applicant located on the Site; and (ii) the payment of the costs of issuing the tax-exempt obligations.

The public is invited to attend to express their views, which may either be provided orally at the hearing or may be submitted in writing to the Township at the Hatfield Township Building, 1950 School Road, Hatfield, PA 19440, concerning the proposed issuance of indebtedness and the location and nature of the Project financed thereby.

All interested persons are invited to attend and will be heard.  If you are a person with a disability and wish to attend the hearing scheduled for June 16, 2021, and require an auxiliary aide, service, or other accommodation to participate in the proceedings, please contact the Township to discuss how the Township may best accommodate your needs.

This notice is published in accordance with the Public Notice Requirement of Section 147(f) of the Code.  

By:  Aaron Bibro, Township Manager