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Comprehensive Sign Ordinance Adopted »

The Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors have adopted an...

Road Work Ahead Sign

Rt. 422 Ramp to Rt. 23 to Close for Several Months »

King of Prussia, PA – The ramp from eastbound U.S.

Fire Chief James Alexander and Fire Marshal Charles DeFrangesco with the allotment of smoke detectors.

Township Joins Fire Safety Campaign »

LOWER PROVIDENCE TOWNSHIP (January 16, 2018) – Lower Providence Township Volunteer Fire Company and the Lower...

Park Av/Eagleville Rd/Crawford Rd Intersection Improvements
The Board of Supervisors is proud to announce that the Township is moving forward with an important first phase to the realignment project for the Park/Eagleville/Crawford intersection. The Township has secured a $1 million grant from PennDOT to perform the preliminary engineering and final design for the project. This is a great example of an intergovernmental partnership that works to benefit the community. We will continually provide progress updates on this web page.


US 422 River Crossing Project

Work is continuing on a project to build new, wider bridges to improve travel and carry U.S. 422 motorists over the Schuylkill River, Norfolk Southern Railroad, South Trooper Road and Schuylkill River Trail. The existing structures were built in 1965 and carry an average of 92,000 vehicles a day. The new, five-span structures will be 785 feet long and have a total width of 146 feet (the bridge’s existing width is 72 feet). When construction is completed, the new bridges will carry six lanes – three westbound and three eastbound. There will be two through lanes in each direction plus a third lane on both sides for drivers to use to travel between the Route 363 (Trooper Road) and Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) interchanges. The new bridges will be wide enough for the possible addition of a third through lane in each direction sometime in the future.

The improvement plan also includes rebuilding one mile of U.S. 422 between the two interchanges, and upgrading the interchanges by: realigning the U.S. 422 east off-ramp to Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) by building a new fly-over ramp; improving the Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) on-ramp to U.S. 422 west; replacing the Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) bridge over U.S. 422; rebuilding 1,500 feet of Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) approaching the U.S. 422 Interchange; improving the U.S. 422 west off-ramp to Route 363 (Trooper Road) and the Route 363 (Trooper Road) on-ramp to U.S. 422 east; and widening the U.S. 422 east off-ramp to First Avenue.

Construction on this improvement project began in February 2016 and is scheduled to finish in May 2020. This project is associated with the Schuylkill River Crossing Complex of transportation improvement projects designed to enhance travel on U.S. 422 between the Route 363 (Trooper Road) and Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) interchanges. These improvements also include the two additional ramps built to complete the U.S. 422/Route 363 (Trooper Road) Interchange, a project that was finished in December 2015; the construction of a new pedestrian/bicycle trail bridge over the Schuylkill River in Valley Forge National Historical Park, which was completed in August 2016; and the relocation of North Gulph Road at Route 23 (Valley Forge Road) in Valley Forge National Historical Park, which is expected to move to construction in 2020.

J.D. Eckman, Inc. of Atglen, Chester County, is the general contractor on the $97.4 million project that is financed with 80 percent federal and 20 percent state funds.

For additional information on U.S. 422 improvement projects, visit www.422improvements.com.


Lidl Supermarket / Ridge Pike and Trooper Road
The land development plan of Lidl US Operations, Inc. for a supermarket at the corner of Ridge Pike and Trooper Road has been approved by the Board of Supervisors. Click here to read more.  For questions or further details, contact Community Development Director Mike Mrozinski, mmrozinski@lowerprovidence.org.


Providence Place / 4000 Ridge Pike Click here for information on the proposal for the former Collegeville Inn site.


Gambone Family Development / 2711 Woodland Avenue 


Sewer Line Replacement Project
The Lower Providence Township Sewer Authority will be replacing a number of existing sanitary sewer lines throughout the Township in the coming months. The project is scheduled to get underway on Monday, July 31, 2017 on N. Trooper Road (between Ridge Pike and Lloyd Lane). Read more.


 

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Upcoming Meetings

February 28, 2018 - 7:00pm
March 1, 2018 - 7:30pm
March 12, 2018 - 6:00pm