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Welcome to Lower Providence Township.

Board of Supervisors' Actions

New Manager Appointed - The Board of Supervisors has ended its search for a new Township Manager, announcing the hiring of Donald D. Delamater. Mr. Delamater comes to Lower Providence having previously served as manager in Hilltown and East Norriton Townships. Read more.

Click here for a full summary of the Board's actions from the

October 20th Board of Supervisors meeting.

Intersection Improvement Project

A Township project to realign and improve the Park Avenue-Eagleville Road-Crawford Road intersection has begun its initial planning and design phase. The project has been made possible through the PennDOT Multimodal Grant Program and the Township’s transportation impact program. In the coming weeks, you will see representatives of the traffic consultant, McMahon Associates, performing topographic surveys, environmental studies and other engineering studies in the project area.

Sign Regulation Information

Political signs are most directly regulated by state authorities. The posting of all signs on utility poles is prohibited by state legislation and by the utility companies. Lower Providence Township Ordinance §143-139 prohibits signs affixed to trees, fences, utility poles or upon rocks or other natural features. All freestanding signs shall be placed outside of the ultimate right of way of any public street and not on any governmental or school property. Under Township Ordinance 143-139.B(3), no sign shall be placed in such a position as to create traffic hazards by obscuring sight triangles or by causing confusion with official street signs due to color or location.

While recent case law largely limits local enforcement of the displaying of political signs, the Township requests that political candidates and their staff members abide by the standards described above. 

Transportation News

422 River Crossing Project - Work has begun on a new US 422 bridge over the Schuylkill river.  This work is focused on replacement and expansion of the U.S. 422 bridge. To find travel restriction updates and information on local/regional transportation  projects visit our "Transportation News" webpage.


Travel Advisories
Germantown Pike - PECO gas main work will require the closure of approximately 300 feet of the eastbound lane of Germantown Pike. Work will begin at River Road and eventually end at Crosskeys Road on Dec. 1. The lane closure will take place between 7 am and 3 pm.  Please use caution in the area and expect delays. Read more.

South Park Avenue - PA American Water Co. will be replacing 3,400 feet of aging water main on South Park Ave. from Appledale Road to Oakdale Road. The work will begin October 31 and take place between 9 am and 3 pm. It is expected to last several weeks. South Park Ave. will be open during construction but may be limited to one lane at times. Please use caution and expect delays.

Visitation Road, South Grange Avenue - During the week of Oct. 17, 2016, a contractor for the PA Department of Environmental Protection will be completing routine erosion and sediment control work at Moyer Landfill, 20 Moyer Road. O’Brien Gere (O.B.G.) trucks will be traveling along Visitation Road and S. Grange Avenue.



Located in south central Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Lower Providence Township reflects a unique mix of history and progress. Lower Providence Township encompasses 14.77 square miles, which includes the geographic areas of Audubon, Collegeville, Trooper, Eagleville, Yerkes, and Evansburg. From these villages has grown a community joined in a commitment to provide a safe, productive and prosperous environment in which to reside, raise a family and conduct business. With the City of Philadelphia situated approximately 17 miles to the east and easy access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Schuylkill Expressway, Interstate 476 and the Route 202 and Route 422 corridors, Lower Providence Township is truly strategically located for the projected growth into the 21st Century.

Lower Providence Township is a municipality that is governed as a Township of the Second Class with a Board of Supervisors consisting of five elected residents. The Board of Supervisors is responsible for the appointment of the Township Manager, who executes the policies of the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors also appoints all advisory and regulatory boards.

Within the confines of Lower Providence Township is a portion of Valley Forge National Historical Park and Evansburg State Park. Evansburg State Park provides for a multitude of recreational activities such as horseback riding, hiking, picnicking, biking, fishing and hunting. Mill Grove, the world-renowned first home in America of John James Audubon, is maintained as a museum and wildlife sanctuary by Montgomery County.

The award winning Methacton School District provides extraordinary educational opportunities for Township residents. The Woodland Elementary, Eagleville Elementary, Audubon Elementary, Arrowhead Elementary and Arcola Middle School, a Nationally Recognized School of Excellence, are all located within the Township.

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