Greentown – Which Township Am I In?

Greentown, Pennsylvania is a village located in the northeastern part of the state. However, it is not confined just to Greene Township. The southern part of the village is located in Greene Township, but the northern part of the village is located in Palmyra Township. Both townships are located in Pike County.

Geography of Greene Township

According to the United States Census Bureau, the township has a total area of 62.1 square miles (161 km2), of which, 59.9 square miles (155 km2) of it is land and 2.2 square miles (5.7 km2) of it (3.54%) is water.


Villages in Greene Township

Greene Township consists of the following villages:

  • Greentown
  • Hemlock Grove
  • La Anna
  • Ledgedale
  • Panther
  • Roemerville

To find which township a property is located in, you can search on Pike County’s GIS Map.

Another place where you can find which township you are located in is on your tax bill.

So what does it matter which township your Greentown address is in? Well, each township has different officials, ordinances, budget and code enforcement. For example, Greene Township does not have a zoning ordinance, whereas Palmyra Township does. This means that based on where your physical property falls within township lines, you may or may not have commercial versus residential restrictions.