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Black Rock Fire Co. firefighters receive commendation.
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Mr. Thomas Dimmerling has been selected as the townships newest employee and will work as the Deputy Fire Marshal
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The Township of Upper Providence, Department of Fire and Emergency Services would like to thank the Pennsylvania American Water Company for their recent contribution towards training of township fire fighters.
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Upper Providence Officers Honored by FBI
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Officer Parkins Honored
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2014 Budget Summary
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2014 Meeting Schedule
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PennDOT inspectors close Arcola Road Bridge
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Rt. 422 / Rt. 363 interchange project
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Trappe Ambulance expands service area to serve Mont Clare and other communities in Upper Providence Township
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Please take our Fire Service survey - This survey is intended to assist Upper Providence Township to improve current emergency services in the Township. The survey will be used to gauge the awareness of emergency services in the community, and to understand your expectations of performance of emergency services in the Township.
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AUDIT REPORT FOR 2013 CONFIRMS TOWNSHIP STILL IN GOOD FINANCIAL SHAPE:

A recent review of the finances of Upper Providence Township conducted by the Board of Supervisors and representatives of Maillie, the Township’s appointed audit firm, has confirmed that the Township continues to enjoy excellent financial wellness. The highlights of the 2013 audit report are : no debt, no real estate tax, and a net position (assets exceed liabilities) in excess of $89 million. It was noted that the Township is fortunate to have many high-quality employers. Job growth rose by 226% in Upper Providence during the period 1990 to 2010. These factors are a key ingredient for the Township’s very stable tax base. As the audit report stated, “Collections of the earned income taxes are also a good indicator of local economic conditions. For 2013, the Township’s collection of these taxes was $7,847,803”. The Earned Income Tax is by far the largest percentage of the Township’s revenue, which relieves the burden on property owners, who pay $0 in real estate tax to the Township.

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2014 Montgomery County Electronics Collection Events
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2014 Montgomery County Household Waste Events
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2014 Community Paper Shredding Events
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Reporting Storm Damage
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Township Offices
1286 Black Rock Road
PO Box 406
Oaks, PA 19456
610-933-9179
Fax: 610-983-0355

 

Office Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m
Monday-Friday

Upper Providence Police
1286 Black Rock Road
PO Box 406
Oaks, PA 19456
Emergencies 911
Administrative Questions
610-933-7899

 

Police Office Hours:
7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m
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