2017 Tax Collection Hours In Person Payments at the Upper Pottsgrove Township Office (1409 Farmington Avenue):
February through May:
Wednesday ~ 3PM – 6PM
Thursday ~ 9AM – 1PM
Mar 24 & Mar 31 ~ 9AM – 12PM
May 29 & 30 ~ 9AM – 12PM
May 30 ~ 1PM – 6PM
Dec 30 ~ 9AM – 12PM
Other hours by appointment only, please call Diane at 610-323-2157
Mail Payments to:
Diane DeLong, Tax Collector
P.O. Box 3092
Stowe, PA 19464-0959
January 8, 2015
Civil Service Commission: The Township currently has one opening for the position of ALTERNATE.
Candidates must be a registered voter residing in the township and willing to take training and be available for occasional evening meetings, hearings, hiring procedures and otherwise assume all the responsibilities of a regular Commissioner. Volunteer Committee Applications are available (under Forms) online at: http://www.upperpottsgrovetownship.org/ FormsAndPermits.html or at the Township Office, 1409 Farmington Ave. during regular business hours.
January 8, 2015
Sewer & Water Committee: The Township currently has one opening for the position of MEMBER.
Candidates must be a a resident of the township and willing to be available for evening meetings, which are held at 5:00 p.m. on the fourth Monday of odd months. Volunteer Committee Applications are available (under Forms) online at: http://www.upperpottsgrovetownship.org/FormsAndPermits.html or at the Township Office, 1409 Farmington Ave. during regular business hours.
March 12, 2015
Zoning / Hearing Board: The Township currently has one opening for the position of ALTERNATE MEMBER.
Candidates must be a a resident of the township and willing to be available for evening meetings, which are held as needed at the township administration building. Volunteer Committee Applications are available (under Forms) online at: http://www.upperpottsgrovetownship.org/FormsAndPermits.html or at the Township Office, 1409 Farmington Ave. during regular business hours.
Please click here to read important information about Comcast's Internet Essentials program. Now with Comcast's expanded eligibility criteria, your family may qualify with past debt more than one year old. Call 1-855-8-INTERNET to apply.
Please click here to view Fire, Medical & Police services within the township. Please click here to see the Good Will & Gilbertsville Ambulance Services Grid Map. Please click here to learn the benefits of membership in Goodwill Ambulance. Please click here to learn the benefits of membership in the Gilbertsville Area Community Ambulance Service.
We have had a few instances where residents inquire about a drug drop-box for UPPD. Need to have a secure location for that box, and Pottstown PD already has one in their monitored vestibule. Anyone inquiring about disposing of prescribed, unwanted drugs should be directed to Pottstown PD @ 610-970-6570 to make the drop directly.
August 5, 2014
Montgomery County’s Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) would like to reach out to your agency, constituents, consumers, and residents to provide information regarding the NFP program. We would like to generate recognition and referrals for our program in your service area. The Nurse Family Partnership is a program in the Montgomery County Health Department (MCHD) for women who are having their first baby. When you enroll, a registered nurse will visit in your home throughout your pregnancy and can continue to visit until your child is two years old. This program is FREE to all women who are eligible. If you live in Montgomery County, meet the income requirements, and are pregnant with your first child you can enroll. The Nurse Family Partnership is a program in 45 states around the country. For more information regarding the NFP program, please visit the national NFP website: www.nursefamilypartnership.org To learn more about Montgomery County Health Department’s NFP, please call 610-278-5117 and ask for the Nurse Family Partnership Program. You can view the NFP Spotlight on the MCHD homepage here: http://www.montcopa.org/DocumentCenter/View/7671
August 1, 2014
Residents may contact the Health Department at 610-278-5117 if they are concerned about an area of standing water that may be a breeding area for mosquitoes.
April 21, 2014
MAINTENANCE OF SIDEWALKS & CURBS: The Board of Commissioners adopted an ordinance enacting and creating Article IV, Maintenance of Sidewalks and Curbs, of Chapter 304, Streets, Sidewalks, and Driveways, of the Code of the Township of Upper Pottsgrove, as amended, for the purpose of establishing responsibility for the maintenance of sidewalks and curbs within the Township for the safety and convenience of the public and protection of streets and property. A complete copy of the ordinance is on file with the Mecury, is available for inspection during normal business hours in the office of the Township Manager at Upper Pottsgrove Township and is posted on the Township website.
Storm Damage Reporting: Please click here to find out what steps resdients can take to report storm damage to your property.
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High Visibility Address Signs available from the Upper Pottsgrove Twp. Fire Company. Every year, hundreds of emergency responses are delayed due to hard-to-see address markings that make it difficult for Police, Fire, and EMS crews to respond to residences within the township.
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March 11, 2013
Met Ed has brought to our attention that there are individuals in the Monroe/Pike & North Hampton County areas reportedly going door to door identifying themselves as Met-Ed and asking to see the customers electric bill. In one particular case the customers were elderly and the perpetrators claimed they were checking to see if they were receiving all the discounts seniors are entitled to. Med Ed cannot say if they requested entry for sure or what their scheme is. It may or may not be limited to the Monroe/Pike North Hampton County Area.
- Met-Ed does not go door to door
- Met-Ed does not ask to go into a house (unless their is an inside meter)
- Met-Ed employees and contractors wear a photo ID badge - ask to see it
- Met-Ed vehicles are clearly marked
- If you are suspicious call us at 1-800-545-7741 to find out if we are working in the area
- Or, call 911 to report suspicious activity
- Upper Pottsgrove has been included in many of these incidents.
- Most recently the delivery truck thefts are picking up ; FedEx, UPS, USPS, DHL, etc. trucks are either being followed and the items being delivered stolen from the front door step or there may be internal problems with the companies. The important issue is to observe anyone who may be tracking those delivery trucks in UPT.
- The usual scam artists are also busy in the neighborhoods with "excess blacktop", "meats" and other products they claim are left overs and offer these items at very low prices to unsuspecting residents until the jobs are complete. That is when the resident gets hit with other charges or more product than originally estimated. Most of you are familiar with the pavers and their tactics.
- The chimney sweeps are most recently in town and an incident reported on Farmington is being reported today. Allegedly one chimney sweep goes up on the roof and the other inside. The insider burglarizes the home while the homeowner is being detained outside by the one on the roof.
- We have had two incidents with meat trucks; both on Stone Hill where they can hit a number of homes in a short time frame. If these people are encountered, make sure to get as much identification as possible. Also, they are required to have a solicitors permit for any sale or service solicited in the township prior to door-to-door canvassing. Pavers and contractors are usually required to have building permits as well so anyone encountered doing work immediately after being hired by a resident is possibly in violation of the township ordinance as well as soliciting without a permit. Every person who solicits must have an individual permit.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call the Upper Pottsgrove Police Department at their non-emergency number: 610-326-8446.
June 5, 2012
Do not burn trash or recyclables.
August 3, 2011
Bring the Internet home for just $9.95 a month. If your child receives free school lunches, you may qualify for Internet Essentials from Comcast. Visit: InternetEssentials.com to learn more.
April 28, 2011
Please be aware of disreputable contractors stopping by your home and offering to drop off "extra" macadam they just happened to have. These contractors do not have any identification or references.
Do not throw lit cigarettes out of your car window. Please extinguish them properly.
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Upper Pottsgrove Township is a First Class Township governed by a Board of Commissioners which is elected by the qualified voters of the Township. The Board of Commissioners, elected for terms of four (4) years each, serve both legislative and executive functions. Their responsibilities include maintenance of roads, enactment of legislation covering health, fire and police protection and taxation, adoption of ordinances and rules and regulations deemed necessary for the proper management and control of the Township in order to maintain good government and protect the safety and welfare of the residents.
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Below are Emergency Preparedness Documents. These are all in PDF format and you will need the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader to view them. If you need to download or update the Acrobat Reader, it is available by clicking here.
Emergency Preparedness Documents
Citizens Emergency Preparedness Guide
Citizens Emergency Protection Guide
Emergency Preparedness Checklist
Family Disaster Supplies Guide
FEMA - Are You Ready (In-depth Guide to Citizen Preparedness (204 pages)
House and Building Fires
Limerick Generating Station Emergency Information
National Incident Management System
PA Emergency Preparedness Guide
Preparedness for People with Disabilities Guide