Welcome to Greenfield Township!
Welcome to our site! We hope to provide you the information you are looking for as residents of Greenfield Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, and maybe give you a little more information about your community.
The area known as Greenfield Township earliest residents were the Eriez Indians. They were defeated by the Iroquois Indians, around 1650. The territory was then occupied by the French and then the English in the 1700’s. In 1797, Judah Colt, an agent for the Pennsylvania Population Company settled at Colt’s Station, with the purpose of surveying and selling land.
Greenfield Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania was incorporated on March 12, 1800. The Township is governed by a three member elected Board of Supervisors. The Township provides services to maintain the roads, provide snow removal, and provides a fourteen-acre Greenfield Community Park on Station Road.
Greenfield Township is rural in nature, with a population of 1803, as of the 2020 Census. Although it is rural, the last Census Bureau report ranked Greenfield Township fourth in Erie County for median household income.