From April 19 to May 14 (tentative Worcester Township schedule)
During these weeks the North Penn Water Authority (NPWA) will commence its annual fire hydrant inspection and flushing program. Annual inspection and flushing of fire hydrants increase public safety by ensuring that hydrants will function when called upon in the case of a fire. Flushing of hydrants also improves water quality by removing the build-up of materials from the inside of water distribution pipes.
$129.45 / quarter. 2017 budget passed at the Board of Supervisors Meeting in December 2016.
Sewer bill for January, February, March 2017.
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!
Worcester Township Community Day:
Have you heard? Worcester Township is holding its first Annual Community Day on Saturday, May 13 [Rain Date: May 14] from 11 am to 4 pm.
We're joining up with the Fire Department directly next door to offer our residents a fun day of activities, entertainment, delicious eats, and of course community groups (vendors, businesses, organizations, and more!) right here in Heebner Park!
You can visit our Community Day page in full by clicking here.