Public Works Department
The Public Works Department is comprised of a Roadmaster and a crew of Road Laborers who implement the Township Road Program in addition to planning and addressing infrastructure needs in the areas of storm water management, parks and recreation, and all associated facilities.
The Public Works Department is responsible for snow and ice removal, roadside mowing, and Right of Way management.
Jon McKee, Roadmaster
The Township is responsible for maintaining Township owned roads. For emergencies call 911 all other matters please contact the Township Office at 610-323-1694
PennDOT is responsible for maintaining state roads including but not limited to Route 100 and Route 422. Contact PennDOT directly at 484-340-3201.
The Township road crew cannot remove dead animals from private property or the roadway. It is the responsibility of the PA Game Commission to remove dead game animals. You must contact the PA Game Commission at 610-926-3136.
YARD WASTE PICK UP
Each fall, the Road Crew will remove leaves from areas with curbing and stormwater drains. The leaf pick up schedule will be posted on the main web page.
The Township does not vacuum up the leaves on streets without curbing. Your trash hauler must provide 3 days of leaf pickup in the fall and once in the spring.
Throughout the year, for a fee, the Township offers yard waste pick up. Fees and guidelines are available on the form, download below.
Return the completed form, along with payment, to the Township Office. Payment and form must be received before the scheduled pick up week.
Jonathan McKee, Roadmaster