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August 4, 2014 - We found this document outlining proposed improvements
to Route 896 on PennDot's website. No specific timetable has been set
for any of these proposed road modifications. We will post any new
developments to this proposal as they unfold.
April 8, 2013 - A meeting was held to kick off the ARLE Grant
State Route 896 / 841 Traffic Signal Project. Representatives from
McCormick Taylor, PENNDOT and the Township were in attendance and
developed an action list of items to complete. Click Here for more information
If you encounter a dead animal on one of our Township's roadways please do one of the following: Call the Township Office and we will call it in, OR If it is a PennDOT Road – Call PennDOT’s Chester County Maintenance Department at 484-340-3201. If it is on a Township-maintained roadway report it to the Fish and Game Commission at 610-926-1966. Thank you!
Please Report Downed Trees to the Township office at 610-255-5212 or via email.
HELP US CATCH THESE ILLEGAL TRASH DUMPERS!
ON NOVEMBER 28, 2014, A LARGE AMOUNT OF MATERIAL WAS DUMPED ON FRANKLIN ROAD. IT INCLUDES TILES AND A METAL LATHE. A CAMERA CAUGHT THE DUMPERS IN THE ACT. IF YOU RECOGNIZE ANY OF THESE PEOPLE, VEHICLES OR THIS MATERIAL, OR HAVE ANY INFORMATION ABOUT THIS DUMPING, PLEASE CALL THE AVONDALE STATE POLICE AT 610-268-2022 OR THE TOWNSHIP AT 610-255-5212. ILLEGAL DUMPING IS A COSTLY CONCERN AND WE APPRECIATE THE PUBLIC’S ASSISTANCE IN HELPING US CATCH THE DUMPERS.
FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP 2015 BUDGET NOTICE
The 2015 Final Budget for Franklin Township is available for public inspection during the hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, at the Franklin Township Municipal Office.
VERIZON FiOS TV STILL NOT AVAILABLE IN FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP
Once again Verizon appears to be directing residents to call the Township to complain about holding up a contract for FiOS TV services. THIS IS NOT TRUE. Since early 2013 the Township has been waiting for Verizon to present us with a franchise agreement. Verizon's management acknowledges that the delay is with Verizon, not the Township. If you speak to a Verizon sales representative who blames the holdup on the Township, please get the name of the representative and contact Mr. Todd Darlington, Verizon Municipal Representative, at 610-280-0723. Click Here for more information.
New Salt Storage Shed Put to Use on Winter's First Storm (January 6th)
The new Franklin Township Salt Storage Shed is now ready for whatever Winter bring us! Click on the photo carousel to view the photos in a larger format.
Hunting Season Over on January 24th
The 2014 - 2015 hunting season ends in all of the Township's Preserves on January 24, 2015. Click Here for updated information on the Township's Deer Hunting Program.
NOTE: The Franklin Sportsman's Association has a new website!
CONCERNED ABOUT HUNTING WHEN YOU ARE VISITING THE PRESERVES?
You can check the Franklin Sportsman’s Association Website before heading out to a preserve. You can also check the Notice Boards located at the entrance to all preserves to see if or where hunting is taking place. Members of the FSA hang their identification tags on the boards in the zones where they will be hunting.
It seems there are some new residents in the Township! This Bald Eagle has been visiting the grounds at Board of Supervisors Chairman, John Auerbach’s house.
Archaeological Dig on Your Property? Please Notify The Township
Archaeologists hired by PennDOT dug some test holes along Route 896 in late July. Many residents were notified by letter that PennDOT might be conducting work, and subsequently the archaeologists personally contacted some property owners to let them know they would be working in the right of way. This work was undertaken because federal law requires that historic structures and archaeological remains that might be affected by federally funded roadwork be identified, and that consideration be given to avoiding or reducing the impact of the roadwork on them. If work is scheduled at your property, please call the Township and let us know!
Archaeologists uncover slag and other remains, confirming the use of a building as a blacksmith's shop. Click Here for more information
Installation of Speed Tables Considered for Old School House Road
Franklin Township has decided to consider the placement of a series of speed tables as a solution to manage the excessive speed of traffic along the lengt of Old School House Road from 841. Click Here for more information
Almost 127 Acres in Franklin Township has been Preserved in Perpetuity Click Here for more information
Please Recycle Your Cardboard!
Recycling Cardboard is a responsible way to support our community, our future, and our planet. Click Here for more information
Community Awareness Bulletins are produced by The Pennsylvania State
Police Criminal Intelligence Center (PaCIC) as a means to inform the
general public of developing crime trends and potential safety issues
that impact our communities.
"Good Old Golden Rule Days of the Three “R’s”: Readin’, Ritin’ and ‘Rithmatic in the Oxford Area Schools"
This history of education in the Oxford Area will be presented by Dick Winchester on January 20th at the Oxford Presbyterian Church Hall. Click Here for more details
Wheels For Wishes is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish® Philadelphia and Susquehanna Valley. We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUVs, RVs, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child.
Click Here for a summary report of the 2013 actions and activities of AGREM (Avon Grove Regional Emergency Management Corporation)
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