SNOW AND ICE REMOVAL

Residents are reminded that sidewalks must be cleared of snow and ice within 24 hours of the end of a winter storm in accordance with Ordinance #656. Compliance with this ordinance allows for safe pedestrian passage and will be enforced by the Upper Dublin Township Police Department.

It is illegal to shovel, plow or blow snow on to a street in accordance with Ordinance # 1062.

To reduce the possibility of damage to your mailbox by the snowplow, check with the Public Works Department to be sure that your mailbox is installed at the proper height and setback from the street.

Remember to shovel snow to the right side of your driveway, facing the road. This will help to reduce the amount of snow pushed back into your driveway during plowing.

PennDOT 1-800-FIX-ROAD is responsible for snow and ice control as well as road repairs on Morris Road and the 309 Expressway. Although the Township provides snow and ice control on Butler Pike, Montgomery County is fully responsible for road repairs. The PA Turnpike Commission 1-800-331-3414 is responsible for snow and ice control and road maintenance on the turnpike.

Questions? Call the Public Works Department at (215) 643-1600 ext. 3233

MAIL BOX DAMAGE

Download the Mail box inspection request form for damaged mailbox.
*Mailbox damage forms must be submitted within 30 days of damage.*

Form-Mailbox Inspection Request for Damaged Mailbox

Questions? Call the Public Works Department at (215) 643-1600 ext. 3233

SNOW EMERGENCIES

OFF STREET PARKING

To assist snow and ice removal, the Upper Dublin Police Department requests that during snow emergencies all residents use off-street parking for vehicles.

Residents without off-street parking should follow this schedule:

Even-Numbered Days:

Parking is permitted on the side of the street with even-numbered houses.

Odd-Numbered Days:

Parking is permitted on the side of the street with odd-numbered houses.

This ordinance #656 will be strictly enforced by the Upper Dublin Township Police Department.

SNOW EMERGENCY ROUTES

§ 233-57. Schedule XVI: Upper Dublin Township Snow Emergency Routes.
In accordance with the provisions of § 233-37, the following streets or parts thereof are hereby designated as snow emergency routes. It is illegal (1) to park a motor vehicle or allow that vehicle to remain parked anywhere on any snow emergency route designated in section 233-57 of the Township Code and (2) drive any motor vehicle on any such snow emergency route unless that vehicle is equipped with snow tires or chains.

Street Name and Limits of Snow Emergency Routes

  • Bethlehem Pike From Tennis Avenue to Pennsylvania Avenue
  • Butler Pike From Bethlehem Pike to Welsh Road
  • Camp Hill Road From Susquehanna Road to Dreshertown Road
  • Commerce Drive From Pennsylvania Avenue to New Jersey Drive
  • Delaware Drive From Commerce Drive to Virginia Drive
  • Dillon Road From Susquehanna Road to Welsh Road
  • Dreshertown Road From Limekiln Pike to Springfield Township line
  • Dreshertown Road From Limekiln Pike to Welsh Road
  • Fitzwatertown Road From Limekiln Pike to North Hills Avenue
  • Fort Washington Avenue From Pennsylvania Avenue to Welsh Road
  • Highland Avenue From Camp Hill Road to Bethlehem Pike
  • Jenkintown Road From Limekiln Pike to North Hills Avenue
  • Kimball Avenue From Welsh Road to North Hills Avenue
  • Limekiln Pike From Welsh Road to Summit Avenue
  • Meetinghouse Road From Butler Pike to Limekiln Pike
  • Morris Road From Whitemarsh Township line to Whitpain Township line
  • Norristown Road From Tennis Avenue to Welsh Road
  • North Hills Avenue From Fitzwatertown Road to Abington Township line
  • North Hills Avenue From Kimball Avenue to Fitzwatertown Road
  • Pennsylvania Avenue From Bethlehem Pike to Pennsylvania Turnpike entrance
  • Pennsylvania Avenue From Springfield Township line to Chelsea Avenue
  • Pinetown Road From Susquehanna Road to New Jersey Drive
  • Stout Road From Butler Pike to Tennis Avenue
  • Susquehanna Road From Tennis Avenue to Clemens Avenue
  • Tennis Avenue From Bethlehem Pike to Welsh Road
  • Twining Road From Welsh Road to Valley Road
  • Virginia Drive From Limekiln Pike to Delaware Avenue
  • Welsh Road From Tennis Avenue to Kimball Avenue

Questions? Call the Upper Dublin Township Police Department at (215) 646-2101.

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Alessandrini, Ralph

Public Works Inspector (215) 643-1600 x3236/ralessandrini@upperdublin.net

Brown, Bernard

Highway Superintendent (215) 643-1600 x3806/bbrown@upperdublin.net

Fennell, Mary Anne

Administrative Assistant (215) 643-1600 x3233/mfennell@upperdublin.net

Fountain, Thomas

Township Engineer (215) 643-1600 x3372/tfountain@upperdublin.net

Fowler, Andy

Draftsperson, Surveyor, Project Manager (215) 643-1600 x3335/afowler@upperdublin.net

Frey, Craig D.

Sanitation Superintendent (215) 643-1600 x3807/sanitation@upperdublin.net

Gaul, Jerry

Fleet & Facilities Director (215) 643-1600 x3802/jgaul@upperdublin.net

Kunkel, Christopher

Public Works Director (215) 643-1600 x3801/ckunkel@upperdublin.net

Smith, Jerry

Public Works Administrator (215) 643-1600 x3234/jsmith@upperdublin.net

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