Bethel Board of Supervisors

The Supervisors Office is governed by a board of 5 members*, which make up the Board of Supervisors. *By referendum, the Board was increased from three to five members in November 2011. Currently, terms of office are staggered. After 2017, all members shall serve terms of 6 years. The primary duties and functions of the Board of Supervisors include:
  • General governance of the township and the execution of legislative, executive and administrative duties to ensure sound fiscal management, secure the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the township.
  • Maintain township owned equipment and facilities.
  • Employ persons and/or corporations as necessary to carry out the conduct and general business for the township.
  • Authorize and reimburse for training and conferences by employees and public officials dealing with the duties and functions of such offices.
  • Prepare and file such reports as required by law.
  • Perform any other duties and exercise powers as may be imposed or granted by law or the rules and regulations of any agency of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.