Jennifer Lane Sewer Repairs Update
Thu, Sep 1st, 2016
On September 12, crews began making repairs to the sanitary sewer line on Jennifer Lane. The project will last a few days longer than originally expected and will continue through the week of September 19th. All work is weather dependent.
The roadway will have limited use but residents will have access to their properties with some minor inconveniences. The Township will make every effort to ensure normal mail deliveries, trash pick-up and other scheduled deliveries can be made during this project.
Water Main Replacement
Fri, Aug 12th, 2016
Crews from Pennsylvania American Water are completing a water main replacement project on the following roadways:
- Yost Road from Whitwood Drive to North Wales Road
- Pulaski Drive from Lafayette Way to Clearview Avenue
- Clearview Avenue from Pulaski Drive to Township Line Road
- Penllyn Blue Bell Pike from Township Line Road to Stenton Avenue
There will be intermittent lane restrictions and possible road closures. Work will be done under traffic control with flaggers in the area.
Wissahickon Park Planning Continues
Thu, Aug 11th, 2016
The Board of Supervisors was updated last week on the community partnership that is working to reopen Wissahickon Park in Whitpain's West Ambler Village Area.
The park was closed in 1984 because of concern about the potential risk associated with what became known as the BoRit Asbestos Site. Ever since, the Township's goal has been to reopen the park as soon as the health and safety of the community could be assured. Later this year, EPA will complete its Removal Action and issue a proposed plan for the site's long-term remedial solution.
EPA and the Township remain confident that with careful planning, a community park is compatible with the work being completed. The routine maintenance and oversight required in the restored park will eliminate potential exposure pathways and enhance the permanent remedial solution.
PECO Grant To Help Fund Trail Development
Fri, Aug 19th, 2016
The Township has received a $10,000 grant from PECO Energy as part of the PECO Green Region program.
The grant will be used to help fund a board walk and stepping stones as part of the Wentz Run Trail to the state champion Pignut Hickory tree.
Night Road Work Scheduled For Rt. 202
Fri, Aug 5th, 2016
Periodic nighttime road work is being performed on the Route 202 right-of-way near Skippack Pike until September 26.
The work will take place from Sunday through Thursday each week. Crews will be working on paving and storm and sanitary sewers. The work is related to the development of Centre Square Commons.
The work may require temporary road and moving lane restrictions but at least one lane will be open at all times.
|Wednesday - September 28, 2016
Leaf Waste Collection
|Tuesday - October 04, 2016
Shade Tree Commission
|Wednesday - October 05, 2016
Board of Supervisors'
|Tuesday - October 11, 2016
|Wednesday - October 12, 2016