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Knight Road-Milling & Paving July 15th

The Lower Gwynedd Township Public Works Department will be milling and paving the gutter line along Knight Road during the week of July 15th.  This is intended to help manage stormwater runoff in the area.  After the work is complete, we will be monitoring the conditions to see if any additional milling and paving needs to be done.

2024 Road Program

The following roads will be resurfaced or repaired as part of the 2024 Road Program in Lower Gwynedd Township.


  • Judie Lane (Alene Road to Marie Road)
  • Marie (Davis to cul-de-sac)
  • Gwynedd Avenue (Gypsy Hill Road to Railroad)
  • School House Lane (Dekalb Pike to Plymouth Road)
  • Joans Lane (E. Lamplighter Lane to Uxbridge Way)
  • E. Meetinghouse Road (Evans Road to cul-de-sac)

Ultra-Thin Friction Course:

  • Alene Road
  • Hamilton Road
  • Davis Road
  • Hays Lane
  • Lamplighter Lane
  • Lamplighter Circle
  • Vestra Road

The Township is responsible for repair, maintenance and snow removal for 47 miles of roads. Each year the Township surveys the road conditions and develops a plan for repaving and curb replacement. Questions can be directed to the Township Assistant Public Works Director at 215-646-5302.

In addition to Township roads, approximately 4.8 miles of county and 19.80 miles of state roads run through Lower Gwynedd. Questions regarding maintenance and/or snow plowing should be directed to either the county or state as appropriate.

County Owned Roads

County Roads and Bridges: (610) 278-3612

County Pothole Repair: (610) 278-3613

  • Penllyn/Blue Bell Pike
  • Plymouth Road (from the Septa RR tracks to 202)
  • Sumneytown Pike

State Roads

PennDOT Pothole Repair: 610) 275-2368

  • Bethlehem Pike/Rt. 309
  • Evans Road
  • DeKalb Pike/Rt. 202
  • Gypsy Hill Road
  • Norristown Road
  • Tennis Avenue
  • Pen-Ambler Road
  • Plymouth Road (from Township Line Road to the Septa RR tracks)
  • Welsh Road
  • Route 309 Crossway