Richmond Township is a township in Berks County, PA, with a population of approximately 4,000. It covers approximately 24 square miles in the eastern portion of the County. It is drained by the Maiden Creek into the Schuylkill River and its southern boundary is on South Mountain. Villages in Richmond Township are Kempville, Kirbyville, Moselem, Moselem Springs, Virginville and Walnuttown, which are serviced by US 222, Rte. 662 and Rte 143 as well as other roads of note - namely, Crystal Cave Road, Fleetwood-Lyons Road and Park Road.
The logo, designed by John Watkins of Watkins Architect Ltd, depicts several aspects of Richmond's history. An outline of the township is flanked by a grist stone, paying homage to the prevalence of the local milling industry. The logo also features a tractor in a field and a line of green trees. Those details celebrate Richmond Township's agriculture roots.