Red Hill Road will be closed on Tuesday, August 22nd between Dark Hollow and Hollowhorn Roads for preliminary drainage pipe work. Posted 8/16/17
The Township received the Draft Memorandum of Agreement regarding the Headquarters Road Bridge over Tinicum Creek. Click Here to view the document. Posted 8/9/17
The Delaware Valley Volunteer Fire Company will hold a Spaghetti Dinner the second Friday of every month from 5-7 pm. Bring your friends and family and enjoy the food and company! Next Spaghetti Dinner scheduled for Friday, August 11th. Posted 8/9/17
The Mount Airy Road Bridge is open! Posted 8/7/17
PennDOT will be closing Dark Hollow Road approximately 200 ft west of Stover Park Road to replace a drainage pipe on Thursday, August 10th from 8am to 4pm and again on Monday, August 14th from 8am to 4pm. Posted 8/7/17
Update: Dark Hollow Road is open and signs will be moved on Thursday August 17th. Posted 8/16/17
PennDOT Vegetation Management Permits Available
Tinicum Township residents who live along a state highway and are concerned with the spraying of herbicides by PennDOT may apply for a permit to eliminate the spraying of vegetation on their property. The PennDOT Application for a Right- of -Way Vegetation Management Permit will restrict PennDOT from spraying herbicide, but also requires the property owner to maintain vegetation on their property in the right-of-way in accordance with PennDOT's roadside management standards. In general, vegetation must be controlled to permit clear travel on the roadway, provide unobstructed sight for motorists and permit the flow of stormwater. Detailed requirements are explained in the permit application. After completing the Right of Way Management Permit, please return to: PennDOT, District 6-0, 7000 Geerdes Blvd, King of Prussia, PA 19406. Posted 7/11/17
Section 106 Comment Response Document Headquarters Road Bridge over Tinicum Creek
On behalf of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), a "Comment Response Document" was developed in response to the comments received on the Draft Categorical Exclusion Evaluation (CEE) during the December 13, 2016 Public Hearing and via mail and email afterwards. A hard copy of the Comment Response Document will be available at the Tinicum Township municipal office located at 163 Municipal Road, Pipersville, PA. The Comment Response Document can also be found at the following link. https://search.paprojectpath.org/Documents/20324.pdf
Everyone is talking about the Emerald Ash Borer.
Sadly, Bucks County is in the quarantined area and the Emerald Ash Borer has been identified here as early as 2007. Caught early, there are treatments available that may help your ash trees. For more information about this and for excellent tips on managing your woodlands, go to http://www.dcnr.state.pa.us/forestry/insectsdisease/eab/
Met-Ed had scheduled tree work to begin in Tinicum Township. If you have any questions regarding their operation click here: www.firstenergycorp.com Posted 5/2/17
Bucks County has announced the dates for their 2017 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events. Check out our Recycling in Tinicum page for helpful information!
Uhlerstown Hill Road is now open. Please be reminded that traffic is restricted to one way westbound from the base of the hill to Everbreeze Drive. Rev 6/21/17
Zoning Hearing Board
All hearings are held in the Township Municipal Building- any interested party may inspect the application and any plans relating to this hearing will be available at the Municipal Office between the hours of 9am-5pm M, T, Th, F and 9-noon Wed.
We would like to restart the Tinicum Newsletter. Any residents who would like to volunteer to write articles or edit the newsletter are welcome to contact the Office. Thank you! Posted 2/17/17
For the approved 2017 Budget click here. posted 12-7-16 tl
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Township Police Warn of driveway and home repair scams occurring this time of year.
Residents should be wary of unknown persons showing up at their home to solicit driveway paving or other home repairs. Although they may be a legitimate business, the police recommend that the homeowner seek out their own contractors who can provide references with a proven track record. Residents are urged to call the police if they have any question regarding the legitimacy of any person showing up at their home uninvited.
Tinicum Township Park & Recreation Committee is very happy to announce that our first "Little Library" has been installed by our Public Works crew. The library was designed, constructed, and donated by Phil Szymanowski of Phil Built. It is a fine example of Phil's craftsmanship and generosity.
Centrally located at the township building (on the corner of the building by the flag pole), it is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week!! Please feel free to bring a book or two to place in the library, and take a book or two to read yourself. The books you borrow can either be returned to the library - or you can pass it on to your family or friends, or keep for your collection!
Your book donations are appreciated, just make sure the door closes completely to prevent books from being exposed to the elements. Most genres are acceptable - childrens' books too! Please leave only family friendly reading materials in our library.
The Tinicum Township Audit has been completed. Please click on the link to view the financial statement
Headquarters Road Bridge Update
The Determination of Effects Report for the Headquarters Road Bridge has been posted on paprojectpath.org at the link below. The document reviews the historic resources present, various alternatives considered, and describes the anticipated effect the preferred alternative will have on the historic properties. As described in the report, PennDOTs preferred alternative is a 2 lane replacement structure. https://search.paprojectpath.org/PostingDetails.aspx?ProjectID=688&PostingID=23665
Floodplain Maps (effective March 16, 2015) can be viewed at the following Bucks County website: https://bucksgis.maps.arcgis.com
Additional information can be found at www.FloodSmart.gov and www.FEMA.gov