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We currently list used vehicles on Municibid, which sells municipal equipment in an auction style format.
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We do provide such as service for those in need of fingerprint for employment purposes, adoption, etc.
We do require a $15 fee at the time of service.
For more information please contact the police department by calling 610-326-1508.
Lower Pottsgrove Township contracts with an Animal Control Officer, who is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Police must be contacted about the situation first. Police will then contact the contracted Animal Control Officer, as required. A citizen cannot call the Animal Control Officer directly.
Any domesticated animal captured by the contracted Animal Control Officer can be located and picked up by going to the Pottstown Police Department.
The animal's owner will be required to provide proof of the current year's dog license, complete required paperwork and pay the scheduled kennel fees before the animal will be released.
Lower Pottsgrove Township does not control the scheduled kennel fees.
Yes, we provide vacation notice services. Please use the link below to Crimewatch where you can submit your information.
Police reports can be obtained at the police station Monday through Friday during business hours of 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Accident reports require a fee of $15.
All other police reports fall under the Right to Know Law Act 3 of 2008 (PDF). Requests for reports must be submitted on request form and will be reviewed within five business days.
There is a .25 cent per page fee for all printed copies released.
For more information, please contact the police department by calling 610-326-1508.
Parking tickets can be paid at the Lower Pottsgrover Township police department (LTP PD) during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
We also provide a drop box at the LPT PD entrance door for payment after hours.
Tickets can also be paid via First Class U.S. Mail.
Yes, there is a curfew in the township.Ordinance 201 addresses curfew regulations for anyone under the age of eighteen (18) years for these time frames:
Yes, there are regulations in regards to discharging a firearm in the Township.
Ordinance 101 deems that no gun or firearm can be discharged in the township unless a subject is legally hunting or at an approved gun range.
Fore more information on regulations, please contact the police department by calling 610-326-1508.