STREET MAINTENANCE DEPARTMENT
Jason Kulp: Roads & Maintenance Department Supervisor
David Brownell: Roads & Maintenance Department Assistant
Please contact the Pennsburg Borough
Office at 215-679-4546 ext. 3, if you know of any street related
Potholes on State Roads (Route 663 & Route 29) CALL 610-275-2368.
6:00 A.M. Placing
your trash &
pick up is
recommended. If possible,
If a holiday
falls on or
pick up will
All residents will use the provided recycling tote for comingled
recycling. Please do not bag recyclables. Place empty /rinsed items
directly in the tote.
*Recyclables can no longer be dropped off at the Recycling Center.
CLICK HERE FOR A GUIDE
Glass bottles and jars, aluminum and metal cans, plastic bottles and
containers #1 through #7 (lids removed), cereal boxes, junk mail,
brown paper bags, magazines, newsprint, cardboard,
(food and beverage cartons such as milk, juice, soup, broth, etc. )
Do Not Include:
food waste, plastic bags, polystyrene foam cups and containers,
needles, tissues, paper towels, napkins & shredded paper.
single stream recycling work?
in the tote
should be in
bags of your
must be in
than 4 per
week) or it
will not be
with a limit
of four per
be tied to
each at :
If you have
OPEN BURNING IS NOT PERMITTED IN THE BOROUGH
LARGE BULK ITEMS
Pick up of large items such as appliances, furniture, machinery or
equipment, refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers (upon
removal of Freon by a certified technician) is not included in your
weekly trash service. Call Waste Management at 1-800-869-5566 for
their pick up fee or contact a hauler of your choice.
TV’s, computers, monitors, etc. cannot be disposed of in the trash
or recycling totes. Visit Montgomery County’s Recycling
for available options or call Waste Management for their pick up
HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION
This program is held by
Montgomery County. More information can be found by calling
610-278-3618, visiting the website
Hazardous Household Waste Event
Paper Shredding Event
Tire Collection Event
CHIPPING (TREE BRANCH PICK UP)
April & October pick-up will take place weekly, weather
permitting. This service is provided by the borough.
May through September pick up will take place the second and
fourth week of each month, weather permitting.
Trees removed from your property cannot be put out for chipping,
please contact a tree removal service.
• Place branches, hard covered bark only, clear of root balls & dirt
where you normally place your
• Branches can be no larger than 2" in diameter.
• Smaller pieces should be placed in a container.
• Stack branches neatly with butts of branches facing one direction.
• There is a 10 minute time limit for each stop.
• The following will not be picked up: vines, root balls, flowers,
weeds, leaves, bush trimmings,
branches with fruit, dried flower stems, grass clippings.
• This service is not intended for downed trees or lumber.
• Christmas trees
will be picked up weekly in January. Place your trees where
you normally place your branches for pick up, with ornaments
Leaf drop off dates will be listed on the
Drop off is usually scheduled for November and December.
requires property owners / occupants to remove snow and ice from
sidewalks within 24 hours after snow or freezing rain has ceased to
Please wait until the borough snow plows have
finished plowing before you begin snow removal. Do not
deposit removed snow onto roadways. Remember to keep
fire hydrants on your property clear and open.
Borough Ordinance requires property
owners to maintain grass and weeds on their property at a height not
to exceed 8 inches.
Dates will be announced.
Click on the
following links below for more information regarding storm water
Storm Water Management
Department of Environmental
Protection Storm Water Management
EPA Storm Water