Once again, Lower Providence Township residents will have the opportunity to learn first-hand about ongoing projects and activity in the Township at a “one-stop” open house. The event will be held Wednesday, May 9 at 5:30 p.m. at 2621 Van Buren Avenue in Audubon.
The supervisors will provide information on residential and commercial development, transportation strategies, scheduled road paving, as well as recreation and cultural projects. Before and after the formal presentation, attendees will have the chance to view exhibits and talk with representatives from several development projects.
“It’s an opportunity for residents to learn about ongoing projects and hear directly from the supervisors and developers about what’s happening in the Township,” said Supervisor Peter MacFarland.
Last spring, the supervisors hosted a similar event. “The first open house was very well received and we look forward to reaching an even larger audience this time,” said MacFarland.
The event is being held in an unoccupied portion of an office building in the Park Pointe at Lower Providence Business Park. Those planning to attend are asked to contact Bill Roth, email@example.com, to RSVP.
Exhibitors from several ongoing projects are expected to participate as well as representatives from the Lower Providence Township Police Department; the township traffic engineer, McMahon Associates; and Greater Valley Forge transportation management authority.