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HURRICANE IDA: DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS
If you have damage to your property from the winds or floods of Hurricane Ida, it is very important to report it to get an actual determination of damage throughout the county. Damage assessments will be used by FEMA and PEMA to determine financial assistance (filling out a report does not guarantee financial assistance). Please also report any damages to Tinicum Township. For additional Hurricane Ida Updates, please click here to link to the Bucks County website.The Damage Assessment Form will be sent to your municipality after it is submitted.

If you need assistance with tree removal or mold mitigation Crisis Cleanup may be able to help. Crisis Cleanup will connect you with local volunteer groups, relief organizations, faith-based organizations and community groups to assist in cutting fallen trees, drywall, flooring and appliance removal, mold mitigation, and tarping roofs/sidewalls.  Call 844-965-1386 for assistance (services are free, but not guaranteed due to overwhelming demand). Please note, you must still report your damages via the damage assessment form, even if you are using other services to assist in cleanup.

United  Way Bucks County is available to help weather-impacted residents with cleanup kits, laundry detergent and non-perishable foods. Call 215-949-1660 or message them on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/UWBucks/ to make an appointment for pickup. Visit https://www.uwbucks.org/ for more information.

ROAD & BRIDGE UPDATES as of 9-17-21 

  • E. Dark Hollow Road is Open!
  • Sheephole Rd is closed. The road has sustained substantial damage from Hurricane Ida.
  • Clayridge Rd will be closed between Geigel Hill and Beaver Run Rds for bridge repair work to begin on Mon., Aug. 23 through the end of Oct.
  • Due to the recent storm damage, milling and paving scheduled to take place on Headquarters Rd between Sheephole and River Rds (SR32) will be delayed until that area can be evaluated and/or repairs made.
  • The hill section on Uhlerstown Hill Rd is OPEN for the summer. The hill is one-way going uphill.
  • Headquarters Rd Bridge over Tinicum Creek at Sheephole Rd is CLOSED.
  • Check traffic conditions on major PA highways: Log on to www.511pa.com or call 511.

TINICUM TOWNSHIP BUSINESS UPDATES

  • Microplastic Ad Hoc Committee: Are you interested in investigating and discussing possible solutions to microplastics in our waterways? Attend the first meeting of the Microplastics Ad Hoc Committee scehduled for Sept. 17 @ 2 pm at Brig O'Doon Coffee Shop, located at 239 Durham Rd in Ottsville.
  • Township office services are by appointment. Before visiting for in-person assistance with permitting, property info or other issues, please call 610-294-9154 to schedule an appointment. Please wear a mask for your appointment.
  • Building Inspections take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays mornings. To schedule an inspection, please call 610-294-9154 during regular business hours.
  • Permit applications can be mailed or left in the drop box located outside the office door during regular office hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 9 - 5 and Wednesday 9 - Noon. Cashier’s and personal checks (for the correct amount) should be made out to “Tinicum Township”. Credit cards are not accepted. Incomplete applications will be returned. Please call ahead to pick up permits at 610-294-9154.

BUCKS COUNTY RECYCLING EVENTS 2021
October 30: Strayer Middle School, 1200 Ronald Reagan Drive, Quakertown. Registration for each event is required. Please register at BUCKSHHW.EVENTBRITE.COM For more information and to read what you can and cannot bring to the event, click here.

BUCKS COUNTY RECYCLING GUIDE 2021
For information on recycling click here for the 2021 Bucks County Recycling Guide.

RECYCLE USED MOTOR OIL AT TINICUM PUBLIC WORKS
Please bring used oil to the Public Works recycle barrel at 237 Hollow Horn Rd. No gas or antifreeze, please. Thanks to your participation, Public Works recycles over 2,000 gallons of used oil annually, saving taxpayer money and safely disposing of unwanted oil.

RECYCLE ELECTRONICS
TVs, computers and other electronics can contain mercury, lead, arsenic and other potentially hazardous substances that can contaminate groundwater. Contact your waste hauler for pick-up. 611 Metals located at 6776 Easton Rd, Pipersville has a TV and electronics drop-off location.

HEADQUARTERS BRIDGE NEWS UPDATE
PennDOT has received the letter of approval from the National Park Service to move forward with the Headquarters Road Bridge project. A copy of the letter was forwarded to the Township from Senator Toomey's office and may be viewed here. Tinicum Township would like to thank Senator Toomey, Representative Labs and Senator Mensch for their assistance and prompt attention to this matter. Tinicum Township will continue to post updates as they are received.
Renderings of the proposed structure may be viewed at www.penndot.gov/RegionalOffices/district-6/Pages/Headquarters-Road-Bridge-Renderings.aspx. PennDOT's general plan and elevation drawings can be viewed here. Some changes may occur as PennDOT continues to coordinate with the PA DEP and US Army Corp.

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION_& SUPPORT

SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
Click here for the Penn State Extension link to the webinar series designed to help property owners and businesses safely manage the Spotted Lantern. For more info and treatment assistance from the USDA call (888) 422- 3359.

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Updated 9/17/2021 11:46 am