NOTICE OF ROAD RESURFACING
Starting between May 1 and May 4
Expected duration is 8 working days.
Roadways to be resurfaced include:
Peach Blossom Lane,
(between Fairview Drive and White Oak Lane),
(between McCoy Lane & White Oak Lane north) White Oak Lane
(between Fairview Drive and Possum Lane west) - in that order.
Click on the Roads page under the Departments tab in the navigation panel on the left side of this page for a pdf with more information on the 8 day road closure. We thank you for your patience while we improve our roadways.
BOY SCOUT First Responder Rally
Come Join the Fun Saturday, May 6, 2017. The Hawk Mountain Council, Boy Scouts
are hosting a Free Family event
for all ages at the
Blue Marsh Lake–Dry Brooks Day Use Area from 9am - 2pm
Come see area EMS, police, fire,
Mass Casualty Incident crews and vehicles, PENNSTAR flight helicopter,
Berks Co. SWAT team, and other emergency organizations.
Lunch and a participation patch can be purchased for only $5. Call the Boy Scout office at 610-926-3406 for additional information.
Get prepared and ready for emergencies!
Winter can bring unexpected emergencies, power outages and severe storms.
A handy and easily accessible website for your home planning and preparedness
needs can be found at:
Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA), this
site has much information and guidance.
It also includes directions to download
their app to both iOS and android smartphones.
Take the time to be prepared.
Make a plan for your family!
- Wondering about why we use Oil and Chip
on our roadways?
Click on the Roads Page in the side bar list
to the left for an explanation
- A Permit is Needed for Open Burning !
Permit must be obtained from Bern Township office. Call for
2016 Recycling Dates are posted on the
Solid Waste & Recycling Dates Page.
cleaning up after cats or kids?
not throw "flushable" cat litter or disposable wet wipes into your
items may be "flushable" but they do not dissolve or disintegrate.
cause blockages and other problems in sewer systems. These problems are very
expensive to fix, and will cause the cost of your sewer rates to increase.
be considerate and throw your "flushables" into the trash, or these
items will wind up costing you, and other sewer users, a lot more money.