Upcoming Meeting Agendas & Notices

Board of Commissioners (Work Session) - Monday, March, 6th 7PM
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Board of Commissioners (Regular Meeting) - Monday, March, 13th 7PM
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Zoning Hearing Board - Wednesday, March, 15th 7PM
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Planning Commission Meeting - Thursday, March 23rd 7PM

Township Information & News

  • Please be advised, in the event a snow emergency is declared, it is prohibited to park a motor vehicle or to allow a motor vehicle to remain parked on any street/highway designated a snow emergency route. Please Click HERE to view the designated streets.

  • **RECYCLING DAY** Anything with a plug! May 20th 9AM - 1PM Delaware County Community College. Click HERE for full details.

  • Click HERE to view the 2017 Township Winter Newsletter

  • To view the MTC Powerpoint on Emerald Ash Borer click HERE

  • PennDOT crews have been working hard to repair potholes on State Highways. Residents can report potholes on State Highways by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623). Marple Township State Highways are as follows: Sproul Road, Cedar Grove Road, West Chester Pike, Lawrence Road, Marple Road, Old Marple Road, Paxon Hollow Road, Palmers Mill Road, Newtown Street Road, Media Line Road, Springfield Road & RT. 1 Media Bypass.

  • Cleaning? Not sure how to dispose of something? Click the links below for some useful information & disposal methods.
- Automotive Products
- Cell Phone Recycling
- Fluorescent Light Bulb
- Freon
- Hazardous Waste Collection
- Paint
- Recycling Overflow
- Recyclers in the area

  • Please click HERE for the new bulk pick-up procedure.

  • For a limited time PECO is offering the Smart Appliance Recycling program. They will pay you $50 to recycle your old, working refrigerator or freezer. For more information click here.

  • The Delaware County Veterans Memorial Association needs your support!! There are many ways to donate; private and corporate sponsorships are available. Click HERE for sponsorship information. Purchase a personalized brick in the name of your Veteran to be displayed at the Delaware County Veterans Memorial in Newtown Square. For information on purchasing a brick click HERE. Visit the Delaware County Veterans Memorial Association at www.delcoveteransmemorial.com

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Delaware County
227 S. Sproul Road
Broomall, PA 19008-2397
Phone: 610-356-4040
Fax: 610-356-8751
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Drop-off will take place on Saturday's & Sunday's from 9AM-1PM, at the Old Marple School lot (W. Chester Pike & Malin Road), starting Saturday, April 1st and continuing until Saturday, May 13th.
Yard waste ONLY will be accepted.

Curb side pick-up will start Monday, May, 15th and continue until Friday, May 26th. Yard waste must be bundled with string or placed in a can (NO bags will be accepted). Twigs must be no longer then 3 feet. Bundles and cans must be no heavier then 50lbs. The pick-up schedule will be as follows:

Monday - WARDS 1 & 2    Tuesday - WARDS 3 & 4    Thursday - WARDS 5 & 6    Friday - WARD 7

Yard waste ONLY will be accepted.

Please note grass clippings and leaves are NOT considered yard waste. The drop-off site will not be open Sunday, April 16th in honor of the Easter Holiday.
Helpful Winter Road Maintenance Information
Snow Emergency
- In order to facilitate the movement of traffic and allow Township snow plows to effectively travel and clear streets, the Township Manager will declare a Snow Emergency whenever snowfall is predicted to exceed three (3) inches. Residents will be notified through the Township’s Code Red Notification System when a Snow Emergency is declared.
- During a snow emergency, parking is prohibited on all roads designated as snow emergency routes as well as in all cu-de-sacs. Vehicles are also prohibited from hanging over onto roads from driveways during and after a snow storm in order to allow plow crews  clear passage on the street.
- Do not clear sidewalks until plowing equipment HAS PASSED, or your hard work may be for nothing! Township crews are not permitted to plow or shovel your driveway entrance.
- Throwing, shoveling or plowing snow from sidewalks or driveways into the street is strictly prohibited.
- All sidewalks must be cleared within 12 hours after snow stops falling. If more than 12 inches of snow falls, the time limit is extended to 48 hours.
- Dumping snow or ice onto Township property or streets, or plowing snow across a street while clearing a private parking lot or driveway is strictly prohibited. This offense is punishable by civil action, with a fine of up to $600.00.
Please be patient! Our plow crews work tirelessly through a snow storm to ensure that our roads are clear and safe. We will get to your street. If you observe an unsafe condition on any roadway or sidewalk, please call the Township.

As always, if you have an emergency, please dial 911 immediately.