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Big Rig Round Up July 28

Fri, Jul 21st, 2017

The annual Big Rig Round Up rolls into Wentz Run Park next Friday, July 28 beginning at 5 p.m.

The family-oriented night offers the young and the young at heart an up close look at the unique trucks and equipment used by local fire companies, police departments and public works crews. Children, for example, can sit in a construction vehicle and pretend they are the site foreman.

The Round Up runs from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Kona Ice and the Whitpain Tavern Food Truck will have concessions for sale.

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Road Resurfacing Update

Thu, Jul 20th, 2017

The Township's annual road resurfacing program is progressing. Over seven and a half miles of roads will be resurfaced this year.

Click here for an updated schedule of roads to be resurfaced

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Boys & Girls Club Almost Here

Thu, Jul 13th, 2017

After months of planning and community input, the interim clubhouse of the Wissahickon Valley Boys & Girls Club is being set in place this week.

A broad public-private partnership, including Whitpain Township, North Penn Valley Boys & Girls Clubs, Wissahickon School District, numerous other community organizations, and many generous private donors, has been working for years to make this dream a reality.

WVB&GC will enable more young people in the Wissahickon Valley, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Ultimately, a permanent clubhouse will be built in the community to serve all young people. In the meantime, the interim facility will allow for more than doubling an existing intensive homework program and give much needed space for new programs including a comprehensive STEM project. These programs will go a long way to closing the achievement gap in local schools.

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Pollutant Reduction Plan Available For Review

Fri, Jul 7th, 2017

The Township recently hosted a forum to update residents on its Pollutant Reduction Plan (PRP) for several watersheds in the community including, Stony Creek, Sawmill Run, Plymouth Creek and Mermaid Run.

The requirement to prepare a plan is mandated by the state and will help improve our waterways by reducing the amount of sediment and nutrient pollutants within stormwater runoff.

The PRP is available for public examination until August 24 at the Township Building and on the Township's website.

Click here to view the Pollutant Reduction Plan.

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Please Lock Unattended Vehicles

Fri, Jun 23rd, 2017

The Police Department reminds residents to lock vehicles when they are parked in driveways and in front of homes.

Whitpain and neighboring municipalities have experienced recent thefts from vehicles.

These are crimes of opportunity. You can protect yourself from becoming a victim by simply locking your car doors and removing valuables from your vehicle.

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