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June 2016

Category: GeneralMEMORIAL DAY

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Category: GeneralBoard of Supervisors Work Session


Category: GeneralHistoric Preservation Committee Meeting

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Category: GeneralPlanning Commission Meeting

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Discount Tickets
Summer is here! Thornbury Township is excited to bring to you recreational discount ticket sales. There are a number theme parks available, some local and some not so local. The tickets are available at the Township building. Plan some family fun and get your tickets today. Quantities are limited.
AMC movie tickets are also available. The cost is $8.00 per ticket. Stay cool and view a movie!

2016 Road Program
Instead of four seasons, township work is sometimes viewed as two seasons: winter snow removal and summer road repairs. The 2016 Road Program shall include work on Twaddell Drive, Dayspring Lane, Woodbine Road, and South Concord Road. Notices will be sent to the immediate residents when actual paving dates have been scheduled. During the project there may be intermediate road closures but access shall be maintained for residences.
Drainage work is scheduled for Westbourne Road. This work shall require full road closure at the work site. An email update will be sent advising of the upcoming work. The job is expected to take about a week, weather dependent.

Please be attentive to the road closure notices. There are a lot of people who will be working along the Township’s roads in the coming months. These workers are always just inches from harm, at the mercy of distracted and aggressive drivers. Local and state road construction workers, utility crews, ambulance personnel and police officers, all find themselves at risk. PennDOT offers the following safety tips for dealing with road construction season. Drive the posted work-zone speed limit. Stay alert and pay close attention to signs and flaggers. Turn on your headlights if signs instruct you to do so. Headlights are required in all active work zones. Maintain a safe distance around vehicles. Don’t tailgate. Use four-way flashers when stopped or traveling slowly. Avoid distractions and give your full attention to the road. Always buckle up. Expect the unexpected. Be patient. If motorists follow these tips, everyone will be able to arrive alive.

Upcoming Events

  • INDEPENDENCE DAY – July 4, 2016
  • Board of Supervisors Work Session – July 5, 2016
    6:00 pm
  • Planning Commission Meeting – July 11, 2016
    7:00 pm
  • Historic Preservation Committee Meeting – July 13, 2016
    7:00 pm
  • Board of Supervisors Meeting – July 19, 2016
    7:00 pm
  • Board of Supervisors Work Session – August 2, 2016
    6:00 pm