Situated almost evenly between Philadelphia and Allentown, Franconia Township offers nearly 15 square miles of breathtaking landscapes including rolling hills, stream valleys, woodlands, and farms where the families of original settlers still live.
671 Allentown Road
Telford, PA 18969-2205
The Franconia Sewer Authority is now offering online payment for sewer bills.
Beginning Monday, February 16th, 2015 the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission will begin their reconstruction project of the Morwood Road Turnpike Bridge. This project will require a full road closure. Detour signs will direct traffic until the project is complete. The bridge is anticipated to be closed from February 16th until November 20th, 2015. Click here to view the letter issued by the Turnpike along with a detour map.
Beginning Monday, March 2nd, 2015 the North Penn Water Authority will construct a new 8" water main in two different sections along Godshall Road. The first section is between Route 113 and Homestead Avenue and the second is between Delp Road and Lower Road. There will be traffic impacts during this project including detours. The project completion is scheduled for early April, 2015. Please click here to view the full press release from the NPWA.
The Franconia Township Board of Supervisors held their annual reorganization meeting on Monday, January 5th, 2015. Mr. Grey R. Godshall was re-appointed Chairman. Mr. David B. Fazio was re-appointed as 1st Vice Chairman. Robert H. Nice was appointed 2nd Vice Chairman with Supervisors Curtis N. Kratz and Steven P. Barndt completing the board's composition. For a full list of appointments please view the reorganizational agenda here.
The intersection is open! The traffic signals are in the blinking mode, therefore there are temporary stop signs in place. The remaining work will be completed outside of the cartway. Click here for the PennDot news release.
Franconia community park rain garden project
You may have noticed some digging and construction activity at the Franconia Community Park. The Franconia Township Public Works Department is in the process of installing a rain garden. The rain garden project was selected for grant funding through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development. It will provide both a mechanism for managing stormwater runoff and providing information to the park patrons about the benefits of rain gardens. Click here to read more about the project or click here to view additional pictures. The final plantings will be added this Fall with the completion of the project scheduled for October 2014.