Starting the week of February 24 the Township will begin work to replace two culverts (big stormwater pipes) that cross under Berks Road. The culverts are many years old and have reached the end of their useful lives, and the replacements are needed to maintain a safe roadway.
During this work that section of Berks Road between Morris Road and Skippack Pike will be closed to all through traffic. The road may be closed for up to four weeks. Please know we will work as efficiently as possible to open the road as soon as possible.
While the road will be closed to through traffic, residents who live on Berks Road, Shady Lane, and Oak Terrace will have access to their properties at all times.
Road closure information has been sent to the Montgomery County 911 dispatch center, emergency responders, and the Methacton School District.
We thank you for your patience as we work to keep our community’s infrastructure safe!
Worcester is proud to announce a new recycling option for our community. The Township recently partnered with retrievr, a company that provides convenient curbside collection of used clothing and a wide variety electronics… including those “old-fashioned” television sets that most recycling centers don’t accept!
retrievr collects clothing at no cost, and charges a modest fee for the collection of certain electronics.
And scheduling a pick-up couldn’t be easier. Simply…
- text PICKUP to 757-70-FETCH, or
- visit retrievr.com and click the “schedule a pick-up now” button.
Visit retrievr.com for the complete list of accepted items, fees, and additional program information.
Thank you for your efforts to reuse and recycle, and to reduce the amount of waste dumped in landfills.
Think those fireplace ashes are cool enough to throw away? Think again! Ashes can remain hot for days... hot enough to start a fire. Click here to learn how to properly dispose of fireplace and woodstove ashes.
Looking for a safe and responsible way to discard used motor oil, bottles of weed killer, or Dallas Cowboys jerseys? The good folks at Montgomery County make it easy to dispose of the bad stuff in your home through its annual hazardous household waste collection program. And the service is free for Montgomery County residents! Business and industrial wastes are not accepted. The next HHW collection will be held on Saturday, April 25, at the Boyertown Midde School East, 2020 Big Road, Gilbertsville, from 9am to 3pm. Click here for the list of acceptable and unacceptable materials, and for additional program information.
Montgomery County also offers separate collection events for used tires. This service is also free for Montgomery County residents, and certain conditions apply. The next used tire collection will be held on Saturday, May 9, at the Montgomery County Community College, 1313 Morris Road, Blue Bell, from 9am to noon. Click here for all program information.
The US Census is now hiring thousands of people across the county to assist with the 2020 Census. Full-time, part-time and temporary positions are available. Please click here for more information about the 2020 Census and current employment opportunities.