December 17, 2014
All work is complete with the exception of the mast mounted sign on the approach to the roundabout from the 926 side. The contractor is installing the footing today. Hopefully the mast will be installed Friday. The landscape plantings will be done in the spring of 2015. See current photos.
Our common goal is to have the road open to the traveling public by Christmas, this is contingent upon the weather. We will have temporary road closures for the remaining work that will continue through Spring of 2015.
Please click here for information on all staged detours.
A public meeting about the proposed replacement of the Route 926 Bridge between Pocopson and Birmingham Townships was held on December 2, 2014.
The current design for the bridge project and the results of environmental studies were reviewed.view the Powerpoint presentation
The Pocopson Township Code is available online by clicking here. The new format offers easier, more intuitive use of the Code and provides accurate, up to date information on Pocopson's planning and zoning ordinances.
Everything you need to know about how Pocopson maintains our roads during a snowstorm. Read the Township's Winter Maintenance Policy.
On November 24, 2014, the Pocopson Township Board of Supervisors approved Ordinance #1 of 2014 which increases the Earned Income and Net Profits Tax (EIT/NPT) rate for both residents and non-residents from 0.2% to 0.5%, effective January 1, 2015.
The 2015 budget can be viewed by clicking here. The Board of Supervisors approved it at their December 8, 2014 meeting.
Are you interested in local history or education? Our Historic Committee is looking for new members. We connect the past to the present, making Pocopson’s history tangible and relevant for the region’s diverse residents today and for generations to come. Current projects include restoration of the Locust Grove Schoolhouse and Barnard House, an educational website www.locustgroveschoolhouse.org, oral histories, and community events. Committee members participate based upon interests and time. We meet at the Township on the second Wednesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. Come and check us out! For more information, call Kris at 610-563-7188.
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