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COVID-19 Update

Montgomery County has announced new polling locations for the June 2 primary election. Polling places in the Township have been reduced from six to two.

Precincts 1-1, 1-3 and 2-1 will vote at Wissahickon High School and precincts 1-2, 1-4 and 2-2 will vote at the Wissahickon School Administration Building.

Mail-in ballots can be applied for through May 26 at www.votespa.com.

For more information, visit Montgomery County Voter Services.


Pennsylvania Continues to Reopen

Governor Wolf announced today that 13 counties in the western part of the state moved from being under stay-at-home orders (red) to aggressive mitigation (yellow). The southeastern part of the state remains under a stay-at-home order through June 4.

View Governor Wolf’s reopening plan


Township Business

The Township Building will now remain closed through June 4 in accordance with Governor Wolf’s stay-at-home order. Staff continues to work remotely. Please call 215-646-5302 to reach the Township or email contactus@lowergwynedd.org. There may be a slight delay in response. Please schedule all inspections at least 48 hours in advance.

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Lower Gwynedd Remembers Law Enforcement Officers

Police Week concluded on Saturday, May 16, 2020. The annual event honors law enforcement officers who gave their lives for their communities.

Lower Gwynedd remembers all the officers who made the ultimate sacrifice, including our own Officer Richard Lawn, and asks the community to take a moment to think of these men and women and their families.

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Please Complete The Census

If that 2020 Census envelope is still sitting on your desk, please take a few minutes this weekend and complete the census. Your participation will ensure that Lower Gwynedd, Montgomery County and Pennsylvania counts.

For more information, visit 2020census.gov.

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North Wales Water Authority Recommendation

As buildings reopen, the North Wales Water Authority is reminding building owners and operators to take a proactive approach that includes flushing stagnant water from facility plumbing systems.

Extended periods of inactivity can cause lead leaching or bacterial growth in a building’s water system and taking proper steps can help minimize exposure to both of these contaminants.

View more information from the North Wales Water Authority

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Lower Gwynedd Township

Administration Building
1130 N Bethlehem Pike
PO Box 625
Spring House, PA 19477

Phone: (215) 646-5302
Fax: (215) 646-3357