Rodman Avenue between Myrtle Avenue and Florence Avenue will be closed to thru traffic today, Wednesday, May 24th. The road closure will last until approximately 3:30PM. This closure will take place to allow for PECO to continue the trenching for new gas mains.
Please make plans to take an alternate route during the time listed to avoid further disruption to your travels. Thank you for your patience and understanding while these necessary repairs are made.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to get in contact with the Borough at (215) 885-0700.
Due to the nature of winter storm Stella, the Borough has extended the requirements for removing ice and snow from sidewalks, to this Saturday evening, 18 March.
Under normal conditions sidewalks are required to be cleared within 24 hours of the end of the storm. The heavy, icy precipitation we received was certainly a challenge. And it is frustrating when our efforts to plow streets require re-clearing of some sidewalk sections. We get it and we empathize. Continue reading Snow & Ice Removal
West Avenue will be closed this morning between York Road and Johnson Street so that snow can be removed from the on – street parking areas. The crews are working between York Road and Leedom Street to open up the parking in the Commercial Business District. Once this area is cleared it will be re-opened to traffic and the crews will proceed down West Avenue and Leedom Street clearing the remaining on – street parking. Continue reading West Avenue Road Closure
As part of our continuing infrastructure improvement program, Aqua Pennsylvania (AQUA) will replace the existing water main on Township Line Road between Old York Road and Summit Avenue.
The $652,000 project is scheduled to begin next week, February 27, 2017 with the installation of 3,200 feet of 8-inch ductile iron pipe, with completion expected in June. The new main will replace the existing 8-inch and 4-inch cast iron mains. It is important to note that the trench will be covered with temporary black top at the end of each work day. Once all of the activity described has been completed, permanent restoration will follow in about 30 to 60 days. Continue reading Township Line Rd Road Closure
The Jenkintown Community Playground is celebrating it’s 15th Anniversary! You can commemorate this important milestone with a one of a kind T-shirt and/or Tote bag.
Fifteen years ago, over six hundred volunteers came out to build a safe, handicap accessible playground that fosters imaginative play and developmental learning for the children of Jenkintown and the surrounding communities. The playground was built with $120,000 raised largely through individual donations and the generosity of community groups and businesses. The Jenkintown Community Playground is truly one of a kind and continues to be maintained through volunteer efforts and local fundraising. Questions or interested in volunteering? Contact Kieranfarrell76@gmail.com.
To purchase a T-shirt please click the following link: https://www.booster.com/jenkintown-community-playground-fundraiser
To purchase a Tote bag please click the following link: https://www.booster.com/jcpf1