By D’Lara Scott
Montgomery Township is about to spend nearly $1 million on roads, curbs and sidewalks, and any acts of vandalism will be quickly handed over to the police department.
The Montgomery Township has a 16- year road plan and will be managing the conditions of its Township owned roads, curbs, and sidewalks.
Projects began in early June and will continue through mid- September 2019 between the hours 7 am – 5 pm.
The 2019 Road Plan calls for the expenditure of $997,080 to resurface Township roads and to perform curb and sidewalk repair and replacement work for local streets in Montgomery Township.
This road plan is based on the assertion that road pavement surfaces will start to show signs of major distress after sixteen years.
To maintain the integrity of the road; pavement, curb and sidewalk repair needs to occur a year in advance of the scheduled road resurfacing work.
Note, any defacing or writing in concrete will be treated as a criminal mischief vandalism and will be handled by the Montgomery Township police department.
Anyone who is an eyewitness to vandalism is asked to please contact the police department at (215) 362- 2301
Thank You for your understanding while we undergo the Roads Resurfacing and Curbs and Sidewalks Repair and Replacement Projects.
For a complete list of roads please click here.