Butler Avenue Repaving Update: AQUA PA has informed Chalfont Borough that Butler Avenue paving will continue this week until Aqua’s work is complete. Starting the week of October 25th PennDot will mobilize to repave the Bridge between North Main Street and Moyer Road.
Chalfont Borough residents, stop by the administration building located at 40 N. Main St. between Oct. 8th-10th to pick up scarecrow frames & straw (supplies will be outside, near the building). Create your scarecrow and drop it off outside at the same location, 40 N. Main St., any time between Oct. 15th-17th to be displayed throughout the Borough until Halloween. Thanks for participating!
Butler Avenue Repaving Update: AQUA PA has informed Chalfont Borough that due to emergency repairs needed in other locations, the Butler Avenue repaving won’t take place until the week of October 11th.
Water Main Replacement Update: Lilac Lane and Bristol Road is a separate AQUA PA project. Water main lines will be flushed this week and water service will be switched over starting the first week of October and will continue into the following week.
Butler Avenue Update: New base layer will be set in a few specific locations and then milling & overlay along Butler Ave from Bristol Rd to just past Rt. 152 (N. Main St.) should begin sometime next week (9/27/21) followed by road striping. All work contingent upon favorable weather conditions. Expect delays.
The Damage Assessment Form through Bucks County is used to gather information from Residents (Owners and Renters) and Business Owners who sustained damage to their property related to severe weather from Hurricane Ida. The County requests you to fill out the form in its entirety and to the best of your ability. This information will be shared with Local, County, State and/or Federal Emergency Management Stakeholders to determine levels of damage throughout Bucks County. Submission of this form does not guarantee assistance. Please find the form at the following link:
From AQUA PA:
As a part of AQUA’s commitment to ensuring the ongoing health and safety of its customers, they are proactively conducting regular testing of their water sources in areas of eastern Montgomery County impacted by groundwater contamination from PFOA and PFOS originating from nearby military bases.
The latest round of results are now available on WaterFacts.com.
Keeping Our Night Sky Safe For Migratory Birds. PECO is now participating in “Lights Out Philly,” and now you can too. This simple action can potentially reduce bird deaths up to 80%, it’s free, and anyone can participate. For more info, check out https://www.birdsafephilly.org/lights-out
FYI: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will test the nation’s public alert and warning systems at 2:20 p.m. EST on Wednesday, Aug. 11th. Test messages will be sent to TVs & radios, and to select cell phones that have opted-in to receive test messages.