Welcome to Ward 3!

Welcome to Ward 3, one of seven wards in Upper Dublin.

Upper Dublin is a vibrant community because the citizens care about the quality of life here. Upper Dublin has a proud tradition of providing one of the highest voter turnouts in our County.

Become involved and continue this tradition honoring our commitment to democratic traditions and to help shape our community.

If you are a new resident of Upper Dublin go to the Upper Dublin website to download the
New Resident Welcome Packet

Where is WARD 3?

For those of you who are new to Upper Dublin, Upper Dublin Township is divided into seven wards, with each having about 3,750 in population. Each ward elects a township commissioner to serve a four-year term.

Ward Street Map
Ward 3 extends from the northeast corner of the township, at Sam’s Italian Market on Moreland Road (before it becomes Welsh Road), including Willow Glen (and below, to the midpoint of Paul Ave., to its intersection with Dundee Dr. and then back to the midpoint with Woodland Rd.), and the area above the Upper Dublin Golf & Fitness, all of Dublin Hunt, all of Aidenn Lair, the streets below Aidenn Lair down to the north and west side of Kirks Lane, including all of Harris Rd., and the Jarrettown Elementary School side of Limeklin, from Kirks Lane to Jarrettown Road. Every ten years, redistricting occurs throughout the commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In Upper Dublin, Ward 3 was required to add population from adjacent Ward 6. Thus the residents of the future Zieger development and the houses in Dawesfield that have their back yards adjacent to that tract were added to Ward 3 which brought its population in line with the other six wards.

Ward 3 is divided into two voting districts, 3-1 and 3-2. 3-1 (voting at Jarrettown United Methodist Church on Limekiln Pike) consists of everything west of the Turnpike, while 3-2 (voting at what was known as the Reformed Church, now Crossroads Fellowship Church, at the intersection of North Hills Ave., Fitzwatertown Rd. and Woodland Rd.) consists of the area east of the Turnpike.

Ward 3-1 Voting Location: Jarrettown Methodist Church

Ward 3-2 Voting Location: Crossroadss Fellowship Church


Who Represents Us in Harrisburg And Washington

Our U.S. Senators are Bob Casey, a Democrat, and Pat Toomey, a Republican. Casey was re-elected in 2012 for a second six-year term. Toomey’s first term ends next year, and he is expected to seek reelection. They may be contacted at casey.senate.gov and toomey.senate.gov, respectively.

Our U.S. Representative in Congress is Madeleine Dean a Democrat from Abington, elected in 2018. She represents almost all of Montgomery County including all of Upper Dublin. Previously, our ward was in a Bucks County-centered congressional district. Due to constant gerrymandering reconfiguring our township, Dean is the eleventh different person to represent at least a part of Upper Dublin in Congress during the past twenty-two years. Dean may be contacted at

Our State Senator is Vincent Hughes from Philadelphia. Hughes is Democratic chair of State Senate Appropriations Committee. He has been in the State Senate since 1994 and has represented various suburban areas (in addition to the western portions of Philadelphia) for twelve years or so. In 2014 his district was changed to include all of Upper Dublin (which had been previously represented by Stewart Greenleaf). Hughes will be seeking reelection in 2016. He may be contacted at

Our State Representative is Nancy Guenst, a Democrat and former Hatboro Mayor.
Nancy was born and raised in Hatboro. In 1976, she joined the Army and served from 1977 to 1979 as an analyst and German translator at Field Station Berlin. She has extensive training in emergency management, and the safety of Commonwealth residents is a major concern to her. She can be contacted at: https://www.pahouse.com/Guenst/

Other wards of Upper Dublin are represented by two other State Representatives.