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Lower Gwynedd Moves to Reopening’s Green Phase

Montgomery County, along with Lower Gwynedd, has moved into the "green phase" of Pennsylvania's COVID-19 reopening. The green phase will bring changes in guidelines and restrictions for work and social activity.

View Pennsylvania’s Green Phase guidelines

The Township thanks residents for their cooperation during the closing and gradual reopening. Please be mindful that health and safety guidelines remain in place during the green phase. Those guidelines include social distancing and mask wearing.

The Township Building is open but appointments are necessary. Please call 215-646-5302 to schedule a visit. If possible, please conduct business online or by phone for the health and safety of yourself and staff.

Playgrounds, basketball courts and tennis courts will be opening during the Green Phase.

View reopening guidance from Montgomery County

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State Grant Program Available for Small Businesses

The state Department of Community and Economic Development is overseeing a $225 million statewide grant program to support small businesses that were impacted by the COVID-19 public health crisis and subsequent business closure order.

A significant portion of the funds will be distributed through the Main Street Business Revitalization Program and the Historically Disadvantaged Business Revitalization Program.

View more information on the grant program, including eligibility requirements

PECO Expands Financial Assistance Options During Pandemic

PECO has expanded payment options and financial assistance programs to help customers pay down outstanding balances that may have increased during the pandemic.

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Township Awarded Grant For Bethlehem Pike Pedestrian Improvements

Lower Gwynedd has been awarded a $200,000 grant from Montgomery County for planned pedestrian improvements on Bethlehem Pike.

The Montco 2040 Implementation Grant will support the construction of sidewalks on the east and west side of Bethlehem Pike near Locust Lane. The sidewalks will fill in a gap along the pike. The new connections will complement the walkability upgrades made in the Spring House Village area thanks to redevelopment and zoning changes.

The grant is part of an effort to implement the County’s Comprehensive Plan called Montco 2040. Lower Gwynedd is one of 18 municipalities to receive grants. Grants are intended to assist municipalities in making targeted physical improvements that achieve real progress toward the goals of the plan and the plan’s themes of Connected Communities, Sustainable Places, and Vibrant Economy.

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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

*COVID-19 Restrictions: Access to the Township Building is by appointment only.