The December Board of Supervisors meeting has been rescheduled from December 13 to Monday, December 18 at 7:30pm.
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1st Annual Disc Golf Tournament at Lenape Park
Our Lenape Park Disc Golf course is ready for action, and we are celebrating its Grand Opening with a fun, one-round tournament on Sunday, November 5 beginning at 9am!
Whether you are new to the sport or an experienced player, we encourage you to participate and join us for a fall morning at the park to check out the area’s newest course!
For additional details and to register, click the link below:
Budget Workshop – Proposed 2024 Budget – click to view.
Hard copies (if needed) can be picked up at the township building between 8-4:30.
4089 Heckler Rd, Skippack
All questions regarding the budget should be emailed to email@example.com prior to the December 6, 2023.
PECO will be doing a project designed to improve reliability with a specific focus on vegetation and aging equipment. The project will be done in two phases with vegetation work beginning in November and finishing in December. The construction work is expected to begin in March and take approximately six months to complete. Below is more information on the project as well as a map of what areas will be impacted.
We have received complaints of major issues regarding dogs off their leash and aggressive dogs. Therefore, as a reminder, we are re-posting that per Skippack Township Code:
- Pets are prohibited from all parks/parkland unless attended and controlled by a leash.
- The individual in charge of an animal shall possess proper implements for the gathering and disposing of pet waste.
- All pet waste shall be collected immediately by the individual in charge of the animal, not buried, and shall be disposed of properly.
This code is strictly enforced, and any violations will be fined. In the unfortunate event of a dog attack on yourself or your pet, please first seek emergency medical attention, and then please report to the State Police immediately following.
Thank you for your attention to this serious matter and help in keeping our residents and pets safe.
The Montgomery County Commissioners, on the advice of the Montgomery County Department of Public Safety, have declared a “Code Red” Hot Weather Emergency for Montgomery County beginning today and ending on Friday, July 28, 2023, at 8 p.m.
Click this link for more information on who is most at risk and how to stay cool.
Starting next Monday, July 31st, PennDOT has scheduled the closure and detour of the slip ramp at Sumneytown Pike and Old Forty Foot Road, serving eastbound traffic, for reconstruction and modifications to the ramp, as part of PennDOT’s PA63/309 Connector Project. The planned traffic detour will keep traffic moving beyond the slip ramp, up to the main PA Turnpike intersection with two left-turn lanes into the interchange. The detour will resemble the eastbound traffic flows approaching the interchange prior to the opening of the slip ramp. This detour will be in effect for approximately 2 months.
Following the slip ramp construction, PennDOT will restripe the eastbound approach of Sumneytown Pike at the slip ramp intersection with a new configuration to include dual left-turn lanes and a shared through/right-turn lane. For more 309 Connector Project information, see PennDOT’s link.
Anders Road will be closed between Kratz Road and Meetinghouse Road on Sunday, 7/23/23, for road work to replace a storm pipe.