The Board of Supervisors have proclaimed the week of June 1 as “Graduating Class of 2020 Week” in Whitpain. The proclamation recognizes the unprecedented struggle that graduates have faced in 2020 given the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Parks and Recreation Department continues to monitor state guidelines to determine how to proceed with summer activities.
Montgomery County has announced new polling locations for the June 2 primary. Polling places in the Township have been reduced to three locations:- Blue Bell Elementary (Precincts 2,3,8,9)- Shady Grove Elementary (Precincts 4,5,6,7)- Stony Creek Elementar...
Supervisor Chair Michele Minnick provided the following update on the Reed’s Country Store during last night’s (May 5) Board of Supervisors’ meeting.
"I wanted to take a moment to update the community on recent correspond...
The tennis courts at Wentz Run Park have been closed indefinitely because users were not observing social distancing guidelines.Please remember to wear a mask and practice social distancing whenever you are out, including visiting parks and trails.
As plans for reopening Pennsylvania move forward, the North Wales Water Authority is reminding building owners and operators to take a proactive approach that includes flushing stagnant water from facility plumbing systems.Extended periods of inactivity c...
The discount period deadline for Township real estate taxes is May 31, 2020. The face amount deadline is July 31, 2020. Both dates reflect extensions approved by the Board of Supervisors.
Permit applications and forms can be found here http://www.whitpaintownship.org/151/Applications-Forms
After permits are reviewed and issued, applicants can make payments by mailing checks to:
Attn: Code Enforcement Department
960 Wentz Road...
Additionally, all playgrounds, basketball courts, and hockey rinks are closed. Parks remain open but users are asked to follow social distancing guidelines and all applicable park rules and regulations, including leashing dogs.