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FAQ

Highway Department

Q. A stop sign has been knocked down. Who should I call?

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On State Roads – contact PennDOT at 610-275-2368. Township Roads – contact the Public Works Department Monday – Friday between the hours of 7:00 AM and 3:30 PM. After hours, please notify Doug Hedrick at 267-236-4781 or complete the online Report A Concern form.

Q. Does the Township pick up leaves in the fall?

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No. The Township is not responsible for leaf pickup in the fall. It is the responsibility of the homeowner to maintain and dispose of their leaf collection – please do not dispose of leaves in the ditch.

Q. Does the Township pick up trash?

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Salford Township does not perform curbside trash or recycling pick up. You must contact a trash hauler to collect your trash. Please go to the Trash and Recycling section of the website to view the trash haulers currently working in Salford Township.

Q. Under what conditions does the township spread salt?

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Salt is used when conditions warrant its use. If the temperature is too low, salt is ineffective, if it is blowing, salt will only aid in grabbing the snow and keeping it on the roadway.

Q. What is defined as a Right-of-Way?

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Typically this is from the center of the roadway to the utility poles.  This area should be free of plantings and structures.

Q. Who is responsible for sidewalk and curb repairs?

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Property owners are reminded that the maintenance of all sidewalks and curbing situated on their property is the responsibility of the property owner. Contractors or property owners performing the work are required to obtain a Road Occupancy Permit from the Zoning Officer prior to the beginning of any repair.

Q. Who maintains my driveway surface?

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It is the responsibility of the property owner to maintain the driveway surface.


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