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"Lock For Life" Program Available To Residents

Mon, May 22nd, 2017

Residents can now sign up for the Police Department's "Lock for Life" program, which is intended to provide police, fire and emergency medical services personnel access to a residence in the event of an emergency when no one can open the door.

All Township residents, age 55 and older, or younger disabled persons who live alone and/or have major medical issues are eligible. A uniformed police officer will place a key to the home in a storage device, similar to a Realtor's lock box. The storage device will be secured near the home's entrance with the access code available only to emergency personnel and only during an emergency if they cannot gain access to the home without using force.

Click here for more information on the program

Click here for the "Lock for Life" application

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Signal Upgrades Coming To Penllyn-Blue Bell and Skippack Pikes

Mon, May 22nd, 2017

The Township has received an $80,000 grant from the PennDOT for traffic signal equipment upgrades at the intersection of Penllyn-Blue Bell Pike and Skippack Pike.

The grant was one of 15 awarded by PennDOT through its "Green Light-Go" program.

"These grants will help improve safety and reduce congestion at busy intersections across all corners of the county," said Jody Holton, executive director of the Montgomery County Planning Commission.

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Centre Square Fire Carnival May 31-June 3

Mon, May 22nd, 2017

Centre Square Fire Company's Annual Carnival is May 31 to June 3 at the parking lot of Reed's Bar at 1486 Skippack Pike.

The carnival rides, food and live entertainment.

Click here for more details on the fun for the entire family

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Supervisors Approve Tax Credits For Volunteers

Wed, May 3rd, 2017

The Board of Supervisors voted unanimously last night to grant tax credits to emergency service volunteers who live in the Township.

Act 172 allows Pennsylvania municipalities to grant tax credits of up to 20 percent on real property and 100 percent on earned income.

Click here for the NBC 10 report on the tax credits

Click here for the CBS Philly report on the tax credits

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Supervisors Talk With Business Leaders

Sat, May 13th, 2017

The Board of Supervisors recently met with Township business leaders at the Manor House at Prophecy Creek.

A variety of businesses, from large companies to sole proprietorships were invited to attend.

"We are fortunate to live in a town where our residents know of the many ways to contact their elected supervisors be it at our bi-monthly Supervisors' meetings or by phone calls and emails, but we don't get frequent chances to meet with business leaders from Whitpain," said Chair Melissa Murphy Weber.

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