119 Cemetery Street, PO Box 339
Clifford, PA 18413
Construction for the Route 374 bridge, spanning East Branch Tunkhannock Creek Lenox Township, Susquehanna County is expected to begin tentatively in June 2018 and be complete in about fifteen weeks. During this time, the bridge will be closed, with drivers directed to follow a detour along Route 81, Route 106, and Route 92…Click here for map location.
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/
Clifford Township 2018 Budget
ATTENTION: The Clifford Museum of Local History will be closed Sunday, December 17th, and Sunday, January 21st, for renovations. They will reopen Sunday, March 18th.
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.
or come to the township office.
The 2018 Clifford Township Budget
is on display at the Clifford Community Center
119 Cemetery Street, Clifford PA 18413
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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.