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The first known deed issued in New Hanover was for 200 acres to Johannes Schneider, December 9, 1718. The site is now the Gilbertsville Golf Course.

Recent News


Sep 12, 2018

Keim Street, Lewis Road Among Several State Highways to Close Next Week for Pothole Patching in Montgomery County.

Several state highways are scheduled to close next week for pothole patching operations in Montgomery County, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today. For more information please click here.

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Sep 12, 2018

Request for Proposals/Qualifications Notice

New Hanover Township, Montgomery County is accepting proposals and qualifications (RFP/Q) for general engineering, traffic engineering and sewer engineering services.  Click here for more information.


Sep 6, 2018

Hanover Square Road Bridge Closed in New Hanover Township, Montgomery County

King of Prussia, PA – The Hanover Square Road Bridge over a branch of Swamp Creek on New Hanover Square Road in New Hanover Township, Montgomery County, was closed this afternoon following a bridge inspection that found severe deterioration of the superstructure and bridge deck, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) said today.  Click here for more detail.
 

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Sep 4, 2018

Planning Commission Meeting

New Hanover Township Planning Commission
regular monthly meeting schedule for
September 12, 2018 has been cancelled.


Aug 31, 2018

Spotted Lanternfly - Public Educational Information Session

 

Spotted Lanternfly Public Educational Information Session will be on Thursday, September 20th at 6:30pm. This session will be held at Pottstown Borough Hall, 100 E. High Street, Pottstown PA.

Attend to learn about the Spotted Lanternfly in your community. Presenters from Montgomery and Berks County Conservation Districts will provide information and background, control strategies, and answer questions. This session is free to attend. Seat will be limited so you must register. Click here to register 

Please contact Jessica Buck, Montgomery County Conservation District at 610-489-4506 x14 orjbuck@montgomeryconservation.org if you have questions about this information session

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Jul 9, 2018

Deep Creek Bridge Closing (Detour Plan Included)

Deep Creek Bridge - owned by Montgomery County - will be closed for improvements beginning July 16 and through November 30.  Click here for the detour plan.  For questions, contact Greta Riley at 610-278-3613.


Jul 3, 2018

Stormwater from my neighbor's property is causing erosion and flooding problems on my property. What can I do?

Pennsylvania courts have adopted the "common enemy" doctrine relating to stormwater runoff. Under this doctrine stormwater is deemed to be a common enemy to every landowner, and each landowner may dispose of stormwater as best he can.  Click here for the full article.

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Feb 7, 2018

Trash and Recycling

Check out our new Trash and Recycling page with updated information on household hazardous waste and tire collection events in the near future.