Please use caution when approaching the intersection of Old Skippack, Schwenksville/Shelly Roads. Utility work has begun. During work hours, the roads on all four sides of the intersection are reduced to one lane. Please expect frequent stops and possible delays. Traffic direction personnel are controlling traffic flow to assist you with navigating through the intersection. Again, please use caution in the area. Thank you!
Misplaced your keys or glasses on the Perkiomen Trail or maybe at the Upper Salford Park or Rahmer Park? We may have them! Our office has a small collection from over the past couple of years. If you lost your keys or a pair of glasses, stop by our office during normal business hours.
EPA is in the process of constructing a water line for the Baghurst Remediation project. Rahmer Park, including the parking lot, will be posted when closed during their construction phase. Please avoid the area around the baseball field and do NOT park on the road or at the baseball field entrance! THIS IS AN ACTIVE CONSTRUCTION ZONE!! Trail parking at the Municipal Building is prohibited. Thank you. Click here for the latest information fact sheet from EPA.
2022 Septic Pumping Receipts Due by 12/31/2022
Our office sent out EMAIL reminder notices in April ONLY if you are due to pump your septic tank in the Year 2022. MAILED notices were sent out in the beginning of August for those without an email address! You may email a copy to email@example.com, mail a copy to PO Box 100 Salfordville PA 18958, or drop off a copy during normal office hours (M-F, 8am-4pm). Receipts will be due to our office prior to 12/31/2022 to avoid additional fines and penalties. Please note that not all septic pumpers will send in your receipt to our office. Remember, it is your responsibility, as the property owner, to make sure that we have a receipt on file. Septic pumping is due every 3 years, at a minimum, in accordance with the Upper Salford Township Code of Ordinances Chapter 18. Thank you in advance for your attention to this very important matter!
The New Connector Trail is OPEN!
The Board of Supervisors of Upper Salford Township is happy to report that the Upper Salford Township Connector Trail named the Park to Perkiomen (P2P) is now open. An official ribbon-cutting ceremony will be scheduled later this year. The new $1.15 million dollar trail is beautiful and runs from Upper Salford Park to the Spring Mountain Ski Area (Upper Salford Township owns the ground under the ski slopes) and then connects to the Perkiomen Trail at the bridge on Spring Mount Road. In addition, in an agreement with the Schirk/Hutt family for a conservation easement on 40-acres of woodlands which have been permanently preserved along the new P2P trail. Upper Salford Township would like to thank all the contractors that worked on this trail and also thank the folks that gave the township close to $1 Million dollars of GRANTS to build this trail and preserve the woods, including Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Pennsylvania Department of Economic Development, Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission plus 2 PECO grants. The township has some minor things to complete including signs recognizing our grantors and some other directional signage. Upper Salford Township is proud to provide this recreational opportunity for all, not only township residents but regional neighbors too. This is truly a major accomplishment and a great example of regional partners working together including Upper Salford, Montgomery County, and Pennsylvania Departments along with Spring Mountain Adventures, the Schirk family, the Kile family, the township road crew and staff, and our County planners. Thank you to all who made this happen!
Montgomery County Planning Commission (MCPC), in conjunction with Econsult Solutions, Inc. (ESI) with assistance from various committees and surrounding communities, prepared a report named Return on Environment: The Economic Impact of Protected Open Space In Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. There is an article authored by Supervisor Ted Poatsy about the success of the Spring Mountain Conservation Area which can be found on pages 52 and 53 of the report.
Click here to read up on the latest news in and around Upper Salford Township! Please note that our website address is www.uppersalfordtownship.org or www.uppersalfordtownship.com. We ask that you check out our website periodically for updates and reminders!
John Smith will present “The Lights in Salfordville” about his Christmas display. The presentation will take place at the Upper Salford Township Municipal Building.
NOTE: Changed to the first Tuesday of November, due to Election Day on November 8th!
Paul and Cindy Gerhard will give a presentation on the history of the Old Factory, located at 1697 Hendricks Road, at the Township Building at 7pm.