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Tree Survey Underway

Wed, Feb 18th, 2015

The Township has contracted with the Davey Resource Group to conduct a tree survey on five roadways within Whitpain. The survey will help assess the health of trees located on public rights-of-way on the following roadways:

- Narcissa Road (Six Points to Skippack Pike)
- Lewis Lane (Skippack Pike to Morris Road
- Plymouth Road (Boehms Church Road to Morris Road)
- Township Line Road north (202 to a point north of Swedesford Road)
- Yost Road (202 to North Wales Road)

The survey will last until March 6, weather permitting.

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Comprehensive Plan Meetings Continue February 25

Mon, Feb 9th, 2015

The first of four town hall style meetings was held Wednesday night to garner input from residents and business owners on the creation of a new comprehensive plan, titled Whitpain 2035.

The meeting, which was held on the campus of Montgomery County Community College, featured a presentation by Tom Hylton, author of Save Our Land, Save Our Towns.

"We would very much like to thank keynote presenter Tom Hylton for delivering such a thought-provoking presentation," said Supervisor Chairman Fred Conner. "We also must thank Montgomery County Community College for hosting this town hall; and most of all we thank you the residents and business owners for turning out in such impressive numbers on this cold, winter evening to share your thoughts and hopes for our future."

Residents can get involved in the process by clicking here to fill out an online survey and by attending the following town hall meetings.

February 25, 7 p.m. at the Manor House at Prophecy Creek Park
March 11, 7 p.m. at Arborcrest
March 25, 7 p.m. at 7 p.m. at Centre Square Fire Company

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Police Officers Visit Stony Creek Elementary School

Fri, Feb 20th, 2015

On February 11, Officer Brian Richard, Deputy Chief Ken Lawson, and Sergeant Cathy Penecale joined the Community Kids Service Club at Stony Creek Elementary School.

The officers explained how police give back to the community and answered some great questions from the kids. When it was over, the club members presented the Police Department with stuffed bears which they made as one of their community service projects. These bears will be used to comfort children in difficult situations.

The officers thank all that helped for their contributions.

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Tips For Surviving Frigid Temperatures

Thu, Feb 12th, 2015

The coldest temperatures of the season appear to be headed to the Township over the next few days. Montgomery County has issued a Code Blue until Tuesday, February 17 at noon.

Click here for the National Weather Service forecast

The American Red Cross offers these cold weather safety tips:

1. Wear layers of clothing
2. Bring pets indoors
3. Keep space heaters at least three feet from flammable items
4. Use a glass or metal screen on any fireplace
5. Protect your pipes by running water at a trickle and opening bathroom and kitchen cabinet doors to allow warmer air to circulate.

Click here for more tips from the American Red Cross

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Community Calendar

Sun, Feb 8th, 2015

A look at upcoming events in the Township.

February 26

Town Hall Meeting with Senator Daylin Leach
6 p.m., Whitpain Township Building

March 1
Maple Sugaring Festival - Wissahickon Valley Watershed Association
Tours from Noon - 3 p.m., Click here to register.

March 28
Centre Square Fire Company Comedy Night
8:30 p.m. featuring mulitple comedians for a night of good fun and laughter
Click here for details and tickets

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Events Calendar

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Tuesday - March 03, 2015
Board of Supervisors'
Tuesday - March 10, 2015
Shade Tree Commission
Tuesday - March 10, 2015
Planning Commission
Tuesday - March 17, 2015
Board of Supervisors'
Wednesday - March 18, 2015
Park and Open Space