Join us in celebrating Whitemarsh Township and all it has to offer! This family-fun event will feature local businesses and organizations, live music, rides, games, prizes, food trucks, and so much more! Sponsored By: Anthony Party Rentals Circus Time Amusements Holod's True Value Home Instead Senior Care Horizon Waste Service Kona Ice of King of Prussia PECO Energy T&M Associates


The Conditional Use Public Hearing for the Corson Estate (Butler and Germantown Pikes) for K Hovnanian Pennsylvania Acquisitions, LLC to allow townhomes in the Village Commercial District sub-district 2 (VC-2) held at the March 22nd Board of Supervisors meeting, has been continued to the Board of Supervisors meeting on April 26, 2018 at 7 PM. 


(Updated April 12, 2018) - PECO has announced the following road closure updates:

  • Flourtown Road will be under a night closure starting Monday, April 23 from 7 pm to 6 am, Monday through Thursday for PECO road work. A temporary detour will be in effect during the night closure, but all local traffic will have access to all the side streets on Flourtown Road during construction. The night closure is expected to continue to the early June. 

  • Barren Hill Road – the section between Ridge Pike and Harts Lane will have day time closure from 9am-3pm M-F beginning on June 28th.  The posted detour will be Joshua Road.  They anticipate the work will be complete by September 3rd.
Questions regarding the closure can be directed to PECO.


The West Valley Green Road Bridge is officially closed and full detour set up as of Thursday, 3/15/2018.

To ensure the safety of the traveling public, the County has elected to keep the bridge closed while they continue to advance the design of this structure. Prior to the recent closure, the bridge was weight restricted to 3 tons, which is the lowest allowable posting allowed per PennDOT, only accommodating standard passenger vehicles. Anything in excess threatens the safety of the bridge, which has been repeatedly subjected to weight restriction violations. To keep the bridge open, the County installed headache bars, a physical barrier, to prevent overweight vehicles from utilizing the bridge. Based on the number of oversized vehicles physically impacting the headache bars and attempting to cross the bridge, it will remain closed as Montgomery County takes the safety of the traveling public seriously. The County, along with it’s municipal and state partners, is exploring any and all options to improve the traffic situation impacted by the closure of the West Valley Green Road Bridge.

 For any questions please refer to Montgomery County’s bridge status website at or contact us by email at or by calling 610-278-3613.