• Perkiomen Watershed Stream Clean-Up

    Volunteers Needed!

    We're working with the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy to protect and beautify our waterways. Join the 2023 Stream Clean-up on April 15. More »

  • Community Camera Registration Program

    Community Camera Registration

    The Police Department is asking residents and business owners in the Township to register their privately-owned surveillance camera systems. More »

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  • 2023 Adopted Budget

    2023 Adopted Budget

    The Board of Supervisors adopted 2023 Budget at the Dec. 1 meeting. More »

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    Stormwater Tips for Winter

    Follow these tips to manage stormwater on your property this winter. More »

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    New Trash, Recycling & Yard Waste Service Line

    A dedicated phone line and email address have been setup for service-related trash, recycling and yard waste issues. More »

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    Latest Information Dispels Common Myths

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    Comprehensive Plan Update

    The Township has embarked on a comprehensive planning process. This public process seeks input from the public at each step of the way. More »

Parks & Recreation Egg Hunt

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Community Camera Registration

Community Camera Registration Program »

The Lower Providence Township Police Department is asking residents and business owners in the Township to register...

Board of Supervisors Meeting January 19, 2023

Board of Supervisors Meeting January 19, 2023 »

The Lower Providence Township Board of Supervisors will meet Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7:00 p.m. The public meeting will be...

PennDOT Ridge Pike & Germantown Pike Intersection Re-Alignment Project

PennDOT is in the design process for a project in Lower Providence Township that is part of a plan to improve travel and safety on both sides of the bridge carrying Ridge Pike over the Perkiomen Creek into Collegeville Borough. Under this project, PennDOT will realign and reconfigure roadways and intersections on either side of the bridge. The re-alignment of Route 29 (1st Avenue) in Collegeville was completed with the Royal Farms development. In Lower Providence Township, the Ridge Pike and Germantown Pike intersection will be eliminated and a new alignment tying Germantown Pike into Ridge Pike further east of the current intersection will be created.

Construction is anticipated to begin late summer 2024.

A presentation on the proposed project, previously known as the Perkiomen Creek Crossing Project, was made at the May 6, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting. Questions on the project should be directed to Nathan Parrish, P.E., Consultant Project Manager, at c-nparrish@pa.gov.

The May 6, 2021 presentation materials and are below:

Previously, PennDOT hosted an open house on Nov. 4, 2018, to introduce the proposed improvements. Below is a link to that presentation:

Park Av/Eagleville Rd/Crawford Rd Intersection Improvements

Public Meeting and Progress Updates

February 3, 2022 Project Status Update

March 31, 2021 Project Status Update

An update on the SR 4004, Section MTF (Park Ave., Eagleville Road, and Crawford Road) Intersection Improvement Project was included at the Lower Providence Supervisors' Open House on May 9, 2019. Below are links to information that was provided at the Open House.      

Project Information Handout

Current Overall Plan of Intersection

Park Avenue Roadway Profile Plan

Eagleville and Crawford Roadway Profile Plan       

Construction is anticipated to begin June 2023.                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

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.

Lower Perkiomen Valley Regional Sewer Authority Middle Interceptor Project

The Lower Perkiomen Valley Regional Sewer Authority (LPVRSA) has begun its Middle Interceptor Project. The project is the final component of the plan to expand the Perkiomen Creek Interceptor. Questions or concerns about the project should be directed to the LPVRSA Manager Michael McGann, (610) 676-9040. Click here for background and detailed description of the project.

Currently, construction accesses which are complete and will continue to see some construction traffic are located in Collegeville at First Ave/Chestnut Street Ext. and in Upper Providence in the Yerkes area near Hopwood Road on RTE 29. A new access being used is in Lower Providence Township at the dead end of Yerkes Road. 

Land clearing and silt fence has been 100% installed from Collegeville to Yerkes Island and completed on Yerkes Island. The clearing crew is currently working in Lower Providence from Yerkes Road to Waterfall Circle. Clearing work includes removing trees and brush plus installation of silt fence.  Allan Myers, the construction company awarded the bid, will be conducting some excavation work in these areas for test digging. They will be using the former Stiefel Property, now LPVRSA property, next to the Arcola Road Bridge on Cider Mill Road. They will be working in that area clearing the Arcola Island (upstream from the bridge) and installing silt fence over the next several weeks. Work will continue upstream from there onto Pfizer’s property. 

Next crews will move back onto Yerkes Island and work upstream toward Collegeville preparing to install pipe and manholes. The preparation will include blasting and hammering rock if necessary.  All of the blasting will be conducted in accordance with PA state laws. The blasting is scheduled for the end of September through October.  Pipe and manhole installation will follow in this area with the goal of completion in January. The silt fence will remain after pipe installation because the contractor will have to return at a later date to tie-in the connections to the new interceptor. 




Upcoming Meetings

February 2, 2023 - 7:00pm
February 13, 2023 - 7:00pm
February 16, 2023 - 7:00pm