Office Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 4:30pm

1721 Valley Forge Road P.O. Box 767
Worcester PA 19490

Office: 610-584-1410

Fax: 610-584-8901

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"Anything with a Plug" Recycling Event - May 7

electronics recyclingThe Townships of Skippack, Worcester, Lower Frederick, and the Boroughs of Collegeville, Trappe, and Schwenksville are hosting a joint "Anything with a Plug" Recycling event!

Residents from these municipalties only are welcome to bring electronics to this event. Download the event flyer HERE for a complete list of accepted items.

Saturday, May 7, 2016
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
Palmer Park-Creamery Road, Skippack, PA

Fees:
  $30-TV or Computer Monitor
          $10-Microwave, Dehumidifier, Air Conditioner
          $0-Most Other Items (see flyer for complete list)

Turnpike Notices Affecting Worcester Township

Weekly Turnpike Construction Update


*NOTICE: Section of Valley Forge Road to Close Overnight Again on February 11 (Upper Gwynedd):
Weather permitting, the underpass at Valley Forge Road is tentatively scheduled to be closed overnight and traffic detoured from 9:00 p.m. Thursday, February 11th through 6:00 a.m. Friday, February 12th to set bridge beams. Message boards will be activated to alert motorists of the road closure and any changes to the contractor’s schedule.
 
Please "Continue Reading"below for more information and detour maps.
 
NOTICE: Schultz Road Closure effective Tuesday, February 2:
Please be advised that the contractor will close the Turnpike underpass at Schultz Road in Worcester Township, Montgomery County and detour traffic for approximately five months beginning February 2. The closure is necessary for the protection of residents, motorists, and workers during the demolition of the bridge that carries the Turnpike over the local road
 
Please "Continue Reading"for more information and detour maps.

Worcester Township Wins Statewide Awards for Communication Efforts

images9CX4ZHMXWorcester Township’s efforts to keep its residents updated and informed about the community have earned the municipality three awards in the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ 48th Annual Township Citizen Communication Contest. The annual contest recognizes townships that have successfully communicated programs and activities to citizens.

Worcester Township received second place in the Most Improved Newsletters and Websites categories and tied for third place in the Social Media category.