Statement from North Penn Water Authority on the Lower Bucks County chemical spill:
Lansdale, Pa.—March 27, 2023: In light of Philadelphia’s recent bottled water advisory, North Penn Water Authority would like to affirm that its water supply is unaffected and safe to drink.
“There is no impact from this event on customers of the North Penn Water Authority. Our water is continuously monitored and tested around the clock, every day. Our customers can be assured that their water is completely safe,” said Anthony Bellitto, executive director of NPWA.
The chemical spill on the Delaware River in Bristol, PA in lower Bucks County, which the Philadelphia Water Department has been responding to over the weekend, occurred at a location approximately 38 miles south of and downstream of NPWA’s river intake at the Point Pleasant Pumping Station. It is not possible for the spilled material to travel in the opposite direction of the river’s flow to reach the NPWA’s facility, located upstream and such a long distance away.
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Our annual Easter Egg Hunt is back with a fun, new twist! This year, we’ve also added a scavenger hunt!
Kids ages 0-12 years old are welcome to come out and hunt for eggs.
* Admission is FREE and no registration is necessary
* The egg hunt starts on March 26th right at 11:30am
*Scavenger Hunt for kids ages 8-12 will start immediately after
* There will be special prizes in some eggs for each age group!
* Bring your own baskets or bags
The event will take place in Palmer Park off of the Creamery Rd. entrance.
Sponsorship and volunteer opportunities available!
Email Allison at email@example.com for more information.
Back by request, Skippack Car Magnets are available for purchase at the Township Building. 1 for $5 or 2 for $8.
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PECO Customers to Experience Decrease in Electric and Natural Gas Supply Charges, Effective March 1
Decrease marks third consecutive natural gas supply charge reduction, lowering average customer bills by more than 8%
Calling all trash pickers, tree huggers, creek walkers, and do-gooders! The Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy is holding their annual Stream Clean-Up and is in need of volunteers!
Click here to for information on how to sign up to volunteer and for a map of where the clean-up will take place.
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In observance of Presidents’ Day, February’s Planning Commission Meeting has been moved to Tuesday, February 21st at 7pm. See you there!