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2016 Road Paving Projects

The Township Public Works Crew work on paving Store Road.

2016: Gazebo at the Township Municipal Offices

The Township Public Works crew is adding a gazebo directly across from the Township Municipal Offices at 379 Main Street.


Once it is complete, it will be a place for our residents, and visitors alike, to stop and rest awhile.



In 2015, the Lower Salford Public Works Department completed paving the trail connection in our township open space along Moyer Road connecting the existing trail along Hammersmyth Farms and the new Landis Road Trail with the Farmview Drive trail.























In the Fall of 2009, members of the Public Works Department worked on connecting two existing trails through Township Open Space. The trails connected were Cutleaf Circle and Belle Lane. In October, the bridge abutments were formed, and in November, the bridge was installed. In the picture to the left, the bridge is being lowered into place by the crane and below, crew members guide the bridge into place.

Charles L. Reed Memorial Park

In the Spring of 2006, the Public Works Department worked at Reed Memorial Park to install both running water and electric service to the pavilion and install water fountains at both athletic fields. Various trail connections were constructed in the park, including a trail for handicap access from the parking lot to the baseball fields. Steps from the parking lot to the baseball field, security lighting and the overlay of the parking lot were also included in the work. All the finishing touches at Reed Park are being funded by $70,000 of grant money from DCNR and $5,000 of grant money from DCED. The Township thanks State Representative John W. Fichter and Senator Rob Wonderling for their efforts in obtaining these grants.

Gruber Road Soccer Field

The Public Works Department constructed a small parking lot to service the soccer field at the corner of Kulp and Gruber Roads in the Spring of 2006.



In 2004, the Public Works Department improved the culvert at the intersection of Hunsberger Lane and Main Street. A pipe was extended at the road crossing and walls were poured to direct the flow of water. Gabion walls were also installed as an anti-erosion device. Riparian buffer plantings were installed in the fall of that year.


Conveyance piping was laid in the spring of 2004 on Bergey Hill to transport water from the irrigation pond at the base of the hill to the golf course.


In the spring of 2005, the Public Works Department did the site work for the new playground and pavilion at Alderfer Park. A DCNR grant was utilized for these improvements.


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