Information on the virus, and on its presence in Montgomery County, may be viewed at Montgomery County's Coronavirus Hub. Folks may also call the Montgomery County Public Inquiry Line at (610) 631-3000, from 8:00am to 4:00pm, seven days a week. For Worcester-specific information please contact the Township at (610) 584-1410, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
DAILY UPDATE FOR THURSDAY, MAY 28 ...
The Township Building is open from 7:00am to 4:30pm, our regular hours.
We continue to provide all essential public services, without interruption.
Recreation programs, Community Hall rentals and other selected events through June 21 have been cancelled (click here for the complete list). In addition, Township basketball courts, tennis courts, playground areas, and park restrooms are closed.
retrievr, the super-convenient recycling service, has resumed operations. Now's the perfect time to schedule curbside collection of used clothing and a wide variety electronics… including those “old-fashioned” television sets that most recycling centers don’t accept!
retrievr collects clothing at no cost, and charges a modest fee for the collection of certain electronics.
And scheduling a pick-up couldn’t be easier. Simply…
- text PICKUP to 757-70-FETCH, or
- visit retrievr.com and click the “schedule a pick-up now” button.
Visit retrievr.com for the complete list of accepted items, fees, and additional program information.
Thank you for your efforts to reuse and recycle, and to reduce the amount of waste dumped in landfills.
The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners has approved a plan to consolidate polling places for the 2020 Primary Election, which will be held on Tuesday, June 2. The plan utilizes 140 public schools to accommodate Montgomery County's 352 voting districts. The change is being made to better public safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Here's where Worcester residents will cast their ballots...
Folks who normally vote at the Variety Club or Worcester Community Hall will vote at the Methacton High School.
Folks who normally vote at the Bethel Hill United Methodist Church or the Central Schwenkfelder Church will vote at the Worcester Elementary School.
At this time Montgomery County plans to return to the "normal" polling places for the General Election.
In addition, absentee ballots may be delivered to secure drop-off boxes. Click here for drop-off box locations and additional information.
Questions? Contact the Montgomery County Board of Elections at (610) 278-3275.
The due date for Worcester Township sewer bills, for service provided in the first quarter of 2020, has been extended to May 29 (the original due date was April 30). A late fee will not be changed for payments in full received by this date. Additional time was provided to assist folks during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Questions about your account? Click here to e-mail Nicole!
The Board of Supervisors approved an extension to the discount period for the payment of Township real estate taxes to May 31 (the original deadline was March 31). In addition, the Board approved an extension to the face period for the payment of Township real estate taxes to December 31 (the orginal deadline was May 31).
Montgomery County has approved identical extensions for the payment of County real estate taxes.
Please note that, at this time, there has been no change to the due dates for the payment of Methacton School District real estate taxes.
Our community's Real Estate Tax Collector, Pat Gramm, is accepting all tax payments by mail or at the Tax Collector Office lock-box only. In-person payments will not be accepted due to COVID-19 pandemic. Folks who need a receipt may include a self-addressed stamped envelope with the payment. Payments may be mailed to 1432 Grange Avenue, Post Office Box 97, Worcester, PA 19490.
Questions about the payment of real estate taxes? Contact Pat at (610) 489-4070, or by e-mail at email@example.com.
Everyone is taking extra care to keep their homes as clean as possible. Many folks are using disinfectant wipes to clean tables, countertops and other surfaces throughout the home. But please remember that wipes of any kind can't be flushed into the sanitary sewer system. This includes the so-called "flushable" wipes!
Disinfectant wipes can easily clog sewer pipes. And when this happens the wastewater often has only one way to flow... back into your home!
In addition, if your property is served by a grinder pump, these wipes will (not may!) damage the grinder pump. Eventually, the pump will fail, leaving the property owner with a big repair bill!
Please toss used wipes into the trash can... and use a plastic bag to contain used wipes for extra security.