This year Worcester Township will continue implementation of its annual road improvement program. This 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 nearly 60 miles of roads in good condition.
The maintenance plan includes pothole repair, street sweeping, roadside brush trimming, roadside swale maintenance and patch milling. The capital plan includes the replacement of culverts and storm water pipes and the resurfacing and reconstruction of roads. On average, the Township resurfaces and/or reconstructs between three and five miles of roadways each year.
In 2020 the following roads will be resurfaced:
- Artmar Road;
- Berks Road, from Morris Road to Skippack Pike;
- Credley Road;
- Ernest Lane;
- Ethel Avenue;
- Hogarth Lane;
- Morris Road, from Valley Forge Road to Sunny Ayre Drive; and,
- Old Orchard Road.
The work will take place this summer, and we'll aim to complete all by Labor Day, if permitted by Mother Nature. Schedule information will be posted when received.
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.
Some Montgomery County residents have recently received telephone calls from folks claiming to solicit donations for the community's volunteer fire company. These "spoof" requests are not real. The callers hijack the fire company's telephone number, so the call appears to come from the fire company. Don't be fooled... these people are not affiliated with our volunteer fire companies!
The Worcester Volunteer Fire Department never solicits donations by telephone, either directly or through a third-party. Fire Department donation requests are always sent by US mail, on official Fire Department letterhead and in an official Fire Department envelope.
If you receive a spoof solicitation call please contact the Worcester Volunteer Fire Department at (610) 584-5159, and click here to file a complaint with the Federal Communications Commission.
Looking for a safe and responsible way to discard used motor oil, bottles of weed killer, or Dallas Cowboys jerseys? The good folks at Montgomery County make it easy to dispose of the bad stuff in your home through its annual hazardous household waste collection program. And the service is free for Montgomery County residents! Business and industrial wastes are not accepted. The next HHW collection will be held on Saturday, June 13, at Norristown Area High School, 1900 Eagle Drive, Norristown, from 9am to 3pm. Click here for the list of acceptable and unacceptable materials, and for additional program information.
Montgomery County also offers a separate collection event for used tires. This service is also free for Montgomery County residents, and certain conditions apply. Used tires will be collected on Saturday, June 27, at the Western Montgomery Career and Technology Center, 77 Graterford Road, Limerick, from 9am to noon. Click here for all program information.