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Township municipal offices are located at 2004 Weavertown Road, Douglassville, PA 19518.
While suburbanization and commuting to Greater Philadelphia increases, one still finds ample, pleasant scenic drive through the township, especially along Boyertown Pike, Tulpehocken Road, Browns Mill Road, Monocacy Hill Road, Mill Road, Blacksmith Road, Bieber Lane, Levengood Road, and Limekiln Road.
Originally part of Philadelphia County, Amity was first settled around 1693 and was incorporated in March, 1744.
- Browns Mill (Griesemer); eight contributing historic resources, part of the mill complex located along the Monocacy Creek.
- Mouns Jones House, circa 1716, oldest surviving house in Berks County.
- Old St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church, circa 1801, brownstone with herringbone-pattern facade.
- Weidener Mill, circa 1855, along the Manatawny Creek, once part of a working farm.
- White Horse Tavern, circa 1765, located at 509 Old Philadelphia Pike, Douglassville (formerly old village of Morlatton.)
Nearby Towns: Birdsboro Boro •
Douglass Twp •
Earl Twp •
Exeter Twp •
North Coventry Twp •
Oley Twp •
Union Twp •
West Pottsgrove Twp •
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