Worcester Township offers a holiday tree drop-off location at the self-serve bins located at Public Works complex (behind the Township Building), 1721 Valley Forge Road. Trees and greens may be dropped-off through January 31.
Because the trees will be shredded into mulch, all stands, ornaments and plastic bags must be removed. Please note that wreaths are not accepted!
Bank some dollars when you hit the slopes this winter. Discounted ski passes are now available for purchase at the Township Building. Save up to $35 per person when you tackle the trails at any of eight nearby resorts. Click here for all the details.
Like low taxes and local government that’s sensible and responsible? Then there’s a lot to like about Worcester Township. The 2018 Budget, adopted by the Board of Supervisors on December 20, includes no new taxes and no tax increases. And the Budget maintains the higher-quality services and programs our community enjoys today.
The current Township real estate tax, at 0.05 mills, is the lowest municipal millage rate in Montgomery County… and this rate will stay the same in the coming year. This means that the owner of a property in Worcester Township that is assessed at $400,000 pays $20 in property tax to the Township. This same owner pays $1,539 in property tax to Montgomery County (3.849 mills), and $11,783 in property tax to the Methacton School District (29.4585 mills).
The Budget funds more than $825,000 in road improvements (to keep roads safe), provides a 5% increase to the Township’s contribution to the Worcester Volunteer Fire Department (our community’s all-volunteer emergency service provider) and replaces important Public Works equipment (that have reached the end of its useful life).
The 2018 Budget also includes a 1% increase in residential and commercial sewer rates in the coming year. For residential customers the sewer rate will increase by about $0.44 per month.
For all the details click here to view the 2018 Budget.
Through February 2018 the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will collect traffic data on several Township-owned roads. PennDOT will use the data to create a statewide list of potential roadway safety improvements. For more information contact Tommy Ryan, Township Manager, at (610) 584-1410.