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FAQs

1.  Who should I call if I find a dead deer and/or animals on the road?

Dead animals should be reported to the PA Game Commission at 610-926-3136.

2.  Is burning allowed in the Township?

Residential burning is allowed in Salford Township.  

3.  Does the Township offer recycling?

The Township does not have any recycling facilities.  Recylcing options can be found at www.earth911.com and also under the "Community" link.  Additionally, several of the trash haulers that service our Township collect recyclables.

4.  How many acres are required for the keeping of livestock and/or poultry?

Keeping of livestock or poulty is limited to lots of one (1) acre or greater.  Lots less than 10 acres, livestock is limited to the per acre rate of:

1 head of large livestock (horses, cows, stears)

5 head of medium livestock (sheep, swine, goats)

100 fowl (1,000 if confined to buildings)

5.  Who should I call if I see a stray dog?

Stray dogs can be reported to Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement - Ed Bunt at 610-909-1173. 

6. Are there any ordinances that require dogs on a leash?

As per Pennsylvania Dog Laws, all dogs must be under control.  This means that when your dog is not on your property it must be under direct control of you or a handler - the best way to control your dog is on a leash.  Dogs are personal property - you are responsible for any damage caused by your dog.
Link for more information from the Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement. 


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