Free Storm Cleanup Assistance Available
The Montgomery County Department of Public Safety along with neighboring counties that experienced flooding and wind damage, has been working with our Voluntary Agencies Active in Disaster (VOAD) partners to establish the Hurricane Isaias Home Cleanup Hotline to support homeowners in need.
Residents should call 1-844-965-1386 (toll-free) to provide details about the extent of storm-related damages. The information will be shared with volunteers from local disaster relief organizations, community groups, and faith communities who may be able to help.
Call the Hurricane Isaias Home Cleanup Hotline if you need help with these types of services:
- Cutting fallen trees
- Removing affected drywall, flooring, and appliances
- Tarping roofs
- Mitigating mold
These services are performed by volunteers and will be provided at no cost to the resident. Service is not guaranteed, however, as resources are limited. After providing your information to the Hotline, you may be contacted by a representative from a participating organization who will determine if they are able to help.
Tuesday’s storm unofficially dropped more than six inches of rain in parts of the Township. Despite the rain and high winds, the Township emerged relatively unscathed. Thank you to the Police Department, Public Works Department and the Wissahickon Fire Company for their efforts during the day.
The flooding of some roads is a reminder of the importance of stopping before driving through high water. Crews were forced to help several drivers who attempted to navigate rising waters. This obviously endangers drivers but also risks police and fire. Please remember the best advice is “Turn Around. Don’t Drown.”
“Willy Wonka” In the Park This Tuesday
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory will be shown this Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Penllyn Park as part of Parks and Recreation’s “Movie in the Park” program.
Please remember to social distance and wear a mask as you move around the park.
Census Deadline Is September 30
The deadline to complete the 2020 Census has been moved from October 31 to September 30.
That means time is running out to be counted.
The Township’s current response rate is about 78 percent so more participation is needed.
Township Staff Remain Available By Appointment
The Lower Gwynedd 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 to for the health and safety of yourself and staff.
- Lower Gwynedd Township coronavirus page
- Montgomery County coronavirus hub
- Pennsylvania Department of Health
Lower Gwynedd Township
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.