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|Lower Pottsgrove is a first-class township with a population of approximately 12,174.|
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News & Events in Lower Pottsgrove:
Attention Sewer Account Holders: Effective Immediately
The payment address for your sewer account only has changed. The new address to be used effective immediately is: Lower Pottsgrove Authority
P.O. BOX 2343
West Chester, PA 19380-0110
The planned closure of Evergreen Road in Limerick and Lower Pottsgrove townships will be extended an additional day for patching operations. On Friday, March 16, from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Evergreen Road will be closed and detoured between Lightcap Road and Sanatoga Road. Motorists will continue to use Rupert Road, High Street, Pleasantview Road and Linfield Road to access Evergreen Road. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Evergreen Road will be closed on Wednesday March 14 and March 15 from 9am-3pm for patch operations
PENNDOT Pothole Repair
Any non-emergency weather related incidents or concerns should be directed to email@example.com
Effective Tuesday February 20, 2018:
Administrative Right To Know Policy
On November 10, 2008, by Resolution No. 792, the Board of Commissioners of Lower Pottsgrove Township approved and adopted a Right-to-Know Policy for Lower Pottsgrove Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (the "Township") to comply with Pennsylvania's amended Right-to-Know Law and to provide access to public records of the Township to preserve the integrity of the Township's records, and to minimize the financial impact regarding the resources utilized in the receipt of and processing of public record requests and the retrieval and copying of public records. All requests should be made in writing on the form available here.
Leaf & Yard Waste Drop Off Site Policies
As of January 1, 2014, Arborganic Acres will no longer provide free leaf and yard waste drop off services. All residents who receive trash collections services from the Township will continue to have free curbside pick up on the first Monday of April, May, June, October, November and December. Both Arborganic Acres and Hetrick Gardens will accept leaf and yard waste from Lower Pottsgrove residents for a fee. For more detailed information, please visit our Trash and Recycling page.
UNUSED MEDICATION DISPOSAL now available at Lower Pottsgrove Township Police Department:
The Lower Pottsgrove Police Department now has a Med Return box installed in the police department main lobby. The box is generally available for access between 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM Mon-Fri. Anyone can come into the station and drop unused medications into the secure container without being questioned; NO ID IS REQUIRED AND NO OFFICIAL POLICE REPORTS ARE DONE. This is a self-service disposal site. We ask that you do not use the container to dispose of any syringes, sharps or liquid medications. Additional instructions are posted on the box.
If you are unable to drop your unused medications off during regular office hours, you can arrange to have an officer return to station if they are available. The officer will then permit you access to dispose of your unused medications. All collected medications will periodically be turned over to the DEA for proper disposal.
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Books on Lower Pottsgrove History Available for Purchase:
The Lower Pottsgrove Historical Society has obtained copies of Crossroads of History by Muriel E. Lichtenwalner. They are available at the Township Administration Building for purchase. The cost is $10.00 per book and proceeds will go to the Lower Pottsgrove Township Historical Society.
Recent Federal regulations require most municipalities to adopt new methods to help improve the quality of stormwater runoff to the creeks and streams. An important aspect of these requirements is raising public awareness of the importance of the issue and advising the Township residents how they can help in reducing stormwater pollution. Township residents can learn more about these new regulations and the need to improve stormwater quality by visiting the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) stormwater website and by reviewing the many helpful pamphlets available on the Township's Stormwater Managment webpage.
This website is intended to provide information to the public in a fashion that emphasizes convenience and ease of use. Space and availability of employee time limit the amount of information provided in the website and the timeliness of that information. Because information received by the Township may change at a pace and frequency that exceeds the Township staff's ability to update the information on this website, the Township, its public officials, employees and agents are prevented from guaranteeing the accuracy and timeliness of the information provided and are not responsible for the information contained in any third party hyperlinks. It is highly recommended that you verify the information posted in the website by visiting the Township Building or contacting the Township office at (610) 323-0436.