The blast scheduled for March 21st at the Pennridge Airport has been rescheduled for TODAY, March 20th at 3pm.
A reminder to residents that the contractor at the Pennridge Airport will carry out a scheduled blast at 3pm TODAY, Tues March 19th.
The next blast is scheduled for 3pm on Thurs March 21st.
Any questions, please, to Quandel Construction Group: 717.574.8281
Residents are advised that the contractor working on the Pennridge airport has begun drilling and will begin blasting tomorrow, Tuesday March 19th, 2019. The first blast will be at approximately 3pm on March 19th. A full blasting schedule will be available shortly.
Please direct all questions to the contractor working on this project:
Matt Miller, Quandel Construction Group: 717.574.8281
Perkasie’s Yarn Bloom created a massive fiber-art installation, transformed Menlo Park during the Spring of 2018, and involved over 150 volunteers. We are proud to announce that the program has won an Award for Excellence in Parks and Recreation Programming from the Pennsylvania Recreation and Parks Society. More information and photos are available by clicking here.
Residents are advised that trash regularly scheduled for collection on Monday March 4th will be collected on TUESDAY MARCH 5TH.
Residents are advised that Zoning Hearing Board agenda item 2019-3 has been continued to Monday March 25th at the request of the applicant.
EDIT: the ZHB meeting for tonight has been postponed. We apologize for the late notice.
Perkasie Borough Hall will be closing at Noon today. Trash collection and curbside paper collection have started and will continue.
The same Department that collects your trash also keeps the roads safe, so they may have to stop paper collection to treat roads. Thank you for your understanding.
RESIDENTS AND VISITORS ARE ADVISED THAT EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY:
The intersection of 7th Street and Callowhill Street is now a four-way stop in Perkasie Borough. Stop signs with blinking warning lights have been added to 7th Street in both directions, along with Stop Ahead signs. PLEASE USE CAUTION WHEN PROCEEDING THROUGH THIS INTERSECTION FOR SEVERAL WEEKS AS DRIVERS GET USED TO THE CHANGE.