There are three road closures due to downed debris from recent storms.
The Township is now awaiting assistance from PECO to clear the remaining trees.
The intersections are as follows:
- Mill Road below Valley Forge Road at the community church.
- Dell Road and Quarry Hall Road
- Mill and Quarry Hall Road
$129.45 / quarter. 2017 budget passed at the Board of Supervisors Meeting in December 2016.
Sewer bill for April, May, June 2017.
*To avoid late charges, all payments must be received at the Township Administration Building by 4:00 pm on the due date. Payments received after the due date (e.g. August 1) will be late and subject to a 10% late fee.
General Payment Information:
- If a due date falls on a weekend, payment must be received by the Township office prior to the due date (e.g. paid ahead of time, mailed earlier, dropped off in our door slot) - you will be subject to a 10% late fee if payment is not received by the Township on/before the due date
- ALL card transactions are subject to service charge fees. Please consider another form of payment to avoid these additional fees.
- You may set up online bill pay through your bank to automatically send us a check on a quarterly schedule.
During the months of July thru November, PennDOT will be contracting with a vendor (Southern Traffic Services) to collect traffic data on select Township-owned roads within Worcester. This data is typically reported annually to the Federal Highway Administration. This data determines the amount of money that the state receives from the Federal Government.
Traffic counters will be placed at the below locations. Please note that these counters are not being set for any road project or speed trap.
-Green Briar (Intersection of Crest Terrace and Hickory Hill Drive)
-Landis Road (intersection of Hickory Hill Drive and Defford Road)
-Steelman Road (Corner of 363)
-Hillcrest Drive (Corner of 363 and Country View Lane)
-Clyston Circle (Cul de sac)
The annual roadway repaving and repair work has begun. The Township has approved nearly $900,000 in improvements to our community’s roadway network… and that doesn’t include the many smaller fixes that are made by our Public Works team throughout the year!
This year’s Road Improvement Program includes the repair and pavement of the below roadways. For the most part, the work will be completed in the following order, but some adjustments to this schedule may be needed to address additional and unforeseen fixes:
Church Road - Township boundary to Wheatsheaf Lane
Quarry Hall Road - Methacton Avenue to Water Street Road
Kriebel Mill Road – Mill Road to Germantown Pike
Mill Road - Kriebel Mill Road (east segment) to Grange Avenue
Grange Avenue - Mill Road to Water Street Road
Green Hill Road - Stump Hall Road to Anders Road
Anders Road - Green Hill Road to Township boundary
Hawks Nest Lane
Weber Road - Skippack Pike to Schultz Road
The Road Improvement Program is designed to maximize the useful life of infrastructure through an aggressive maintenance plan and appropriately-scheduled capital improvements. The program allows the Township to maintain more than 53 miles of roads in good condition.
Motorists using the above-noted roads may experience delays during construction. We thank folks for their understanding and patience as we work to improve our community’s roadways!
You're probably getting your summer plans in order, which include determining what type of activities your children will participate in over the next few months. Whether your child is interested in something that is sports related, or an inside activity - check out our summer offerings by clicking the links below.
We also have bus trips for the adults, too - including a private tour of a Bucks County winery this August. Not to mention we have a ton of discount tickets to our area's most popular attractions.
Green Hill Road, at the culvert crossing, has been reopened to one lane of traffic. Vehicles are required to stop at each approach to the culvert, and may continue only if there is no opposing traffic.
The Township has determined that the culvert can’t be fixed, it must be replaced. This project is now under design. After the design is completed the Township must obtain a permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection for the work to be done (because it affects a stream crossing). Next, the Township must publicly bid the project (because the project cost exceeds $20,000). Due to these State-mandated permitting and bidding requirements, construction will not begin until summer. The Township will update this website when the work is scheduled to start.
We thank you for your continue patience!