Public Works Director
Jim Pfister, John Rubery, Brent Shisler,
Anthony Frydlewicz, Claudio Sanchez & Eric McKelvey
310 Alumni Ave, Harleysville (Garage)
Mailing address – Lower Salford Township, 379 Main St., Harleysville, PA 19438
Hours are 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Monday – Friday)
215-256-8331 (Township Garage)
215-256-8087 (Township Office)
PennDOT Roadway Maintenance Hotline - 1-800-FIX ROAD
The Public Works Department is responsible for the repair, maintenance, and snow removal of over 80 miles of Township roads, and the snow removal of 19 miles of State roads. They also maintain 11 Township parks, an extensive open space system and miles of community paths.
Montgomery County Dept. of Roads & Bridges - 610-278-3613
PA One Call System - 1-800-242-1776
The Township periodically cleans out ditches, grades shoulders, and trims trees along the roadway in front of your home. All of the work is done within the township right-of-way. Please drive slowly and pay attention to the flagmen and signs when driving through work zones.
Please park vehicles off the streets during a winter storm to allow for safe and efficient removal of snow from curb to curb. Also remove trash cans and sports equipment from the roadway. To avoid being plowed in, shovel snow to the right of your driveway (as you are facing the road). It is unlawful to throw, shovel or plow snow into any roadways within the township from adjoining property. Listen to WNPV 1440 for declared snow emergencies. Whenever the Township declares a highway snow emergency, all parking upon the streets or highways of the township is prohibited.
Road Improvement Plan
Every year certain roads are scheduled to be oiled and chipped or be overlaid with blacktop.
Click here for current list.
The Public Works Department works on a variety of construction and maintenance projects on the township roads and in the parks.
Click here for a list of current & past projects.
Christmas Tree Recycling
Trees can be dropped off during daylight hours at Reiff Park at the parking lot off Upper Mainland Road through the month of February. The trees are then chipped and used for mulch throughout our parks.
The cinders from the winter storm maintenance program are swept up during April and/or May. Signs are posted in advance to alert residents to remove their cars from the roadway.