Where is the Township Administration Building located?
When is the Township Building open?
Who do I call for refuse, recycling and yard waste collection?
Does the Township provide yard waste collection services?
Who do I contact for tax collection?
School, County, and Township Real Estate Taxes
1432 Grange Avenue
Post Office Box 97
Worcester, PA 19490
* Please note that Patricia Gramm does not have an office at the Township Building. She is available telephone or e-mail.
The EIT is collected by Berkheimer Tax Administrator, a professional collection firm, under contract by the Montgomery County Tax Collection Committee.
Where do I vote?
Are Use and Occupancy Permits required for re-sales?
Can Township and park facilities be reserved?
How do I get a dead deer removed from the road?
If the deer is on a State-owned road, PennDOT will collect the animal. If the deer is on a Township-owned road or a County-owned road, the animal will be collected by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. And if the deer is on a private road, the road owner is responsible for the animal's removal.
A list of all roads in the Township, road owners, and public road contact information may be viewed here: Roadway Classification List
How do I locate my property lines?
The Township will likely not have a record plan for older properties. And if your deed does not provide enough information to identify the lot lines, we recommend residents contract for a survey.
What are my property setbacks?
Where can I view the Township Code?
What type of fence can I install?
How do I know if I need a permit?
- new buildings and additions.
- decks, patios, or porches.
- sheds, garages, barns, gazebos, greenhouses, or other accessory structures.
- interior alterations, including but not limited to, finished basements, bathroom remodeling, and more.
- new driveways (but not resurfacing);
- structural repair or replacement;
- new or replacement electrical, gas, mechanical, or plumbing systems;
- most signs;
- grading that disturbs areas in excess of 500 square feet, including septic system repairs and replacements;
- changes to existing building use or occupancy;
- most decorative walls and driveway entrance columns;
- retaining walls;
- swimming pools, spas, or hot tubs;
- tennis and sport courts; and,
What are the regulations for yard sales?
Yard sale signs can be posted two days prior to the first day of sale, and must be removed on the last day of sale. No more than three off-site signs permitted and they must have property owners' approval.
A Township permit is required to hold a yard sale. The permit fee is $5, and applicants must post a separate $25 security deposit to ensure the removal of all signs. The security deposit will be returned or shredded at the conclusion of the sale after it is confirmed that all yard sale signs are removed. A yard sale permit application may be picked up at the Township Building, or downloaded here.
Is open burning allowed in the Township?
What happens if a Township plow damages my mailbox?
If your mailbox is struck by the plow blade or the truck, please report this to the Township immediately. During normal business hours call the Township Building at (610) 584-1410. If the Township Building is closed, or if it's after business hours, e-mail your name, property address and contract information to email@example.com.
Want to know who maintains a certain road? Please refer to the Roadway Classification List.
Please click here to download a Mailbox Reimbursement Form.
How do I know who plows and maintains my road?
Roads are plowed and maintained by the road owner. Public roads in the Township are owned by the Township, Montgomery County or the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. And there are many private roads in the community, with most owned by a homeowners' association. To locate the owner of a road click here.
How do I recycle electronics?
Although State Law requires electronics manufacturers to offer recycling opportunities for TVs and computers, those manufacturers are no longer sponsoring county recycling collections in the Southeastern Pennsylvania region. Concern about the lack of county collection events should be directed to your State Representative and State Senator. An amendment to the State's electronics recycling law, called the Covered Device Recycling Act, is needed to ensure the availability of recycling outlets. Additional information can be found here.