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CLIFFORD ZONING


Next Public Meeting Will Be Announced

Preliminary Zoning Draft

Question and Answers (from Public Meeting March 8)


Click on Contact Us tab on the left to voice your opinion.



Zoning Articles:  What's So Bad About Zoning?    Controversial Zoning Decisions

Not Your Grandfather's Zoning




Ways to Make A Lasting Donation:


​​Clifford Township Parks and Recreation Picnic Bench and Table Donation Form

Click here to down load donation form for the Clifford Park.

Clifford Township

Welcome to friendly Clifford Township, population 2400, occupying 41 square miles in the southeastern corner of Susquehanna County.  

Our rural township is part of the scenic Endless Mountain Region of Pennsylvania, just south of Elk Mountain.

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Clifford Township in the News

Mountain View School District SAT Score

Clifford Park Article: A Community Gathering Place 

Scholarship Information forMilitary Personnel

​Next Supervisors Meeting will be November 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM


2017 Budget
​Click here  to view the 2017 approved budget

Clifford Township Community Alliance Veterans' Memorial Fund

For a $50.00 Donation you can have an Engraved Memorial Brick placed at the Clifford Veterans Memorial.

The Memorial Brick is for everyone and makes a great gift.

Click here for more information and to download the form

or come to the township office.

2018 Budget Workshop

Scheduled for Tuesday, October 17th at 5:00 pm

at the Clifford Community Center

119 Cemetery Street, Clifford PA 18413

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Calendar of Events
Township Calendar

E-mail cliffordtownship@yahoo.com

       or call 222-9364 to reserve the

gym or rooms.

Building and Grounds Policy


119 Cemetery Street, PO Box 339

Clifford, PA 18413

570-222-9364

Clifford Township Walking Trails
The Clifford Township Supervisors authorized the development of a walking/biking trail at the Community Center, 
119 Cemetery Street, Clifford, Pa.  The trail is ADA compliant and part of it skirts the East Branch of Tunkhannock Creek.  Future projects include a hiking trail through the beautiful forest on the township’s property.   The township is also working to procure benches to be placed along the trails.  The trails are open to the public.  The project was financed in part by the Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Inc., (EMHR) with a Community Conservation Partnership Program grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation.    


You can find EMHR’s website at: http://endlessmountainsheritage.org/