610-926-4920
1 Quarry Road, Blandon, PA 19510
PO Box 319, Blandon, PA 19510
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday 8am - 4pm
October Meetings 2019

October 10  - Board of
Supervisors 7pm

October 2 - Planning
Commission

October 9 - Park and Rec 7pm

October 18 - Water Authority 5pm

The above meetings are held at
1 Quarry Road, Blandon

The meeting below is held at 37
Ontelaunee Drive, Reading
19605

October 14 - Police Comm
6:30pm held at Ontelaunee Twp
building






Township Open Record Policy
Record Request Form
PA Opens Record Office

Maidencreek Township Open
Records Officer Contact
Information:

Open Records Officer
Diane Hollenbach
phone 610-926-4920

Requests for records may be
submitted by:

mail:  PO Box 319, Blandon, PA
19510
- or -
email:
d.hollenbach@maidencreek.net
- or -
fax 610-926-6314

Pennsylvania Office of Open
Records:
Appeals may be filed with:

Mailing Address:        
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone
Building
333 Market Street, 16th floor
Harrisburg, PA 17213-0333

Phone: 717-346-9903
Fax: 717-425-5343
Email:
openrecords@pa.gov
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ROUTE 222
Roundabout
Page
2019 Township Holiday
Schedule

New Year's Day             Jan. 1

Good Friday                 April 19

Memorial Day                May 27

Independence Day         July 4

Labor Day                      Sept. 2

Thanksgiving Day        Nov. 28

Black Friday                 Nov. 29

Christmas/New Year's
Dec. 24 - Jan. 1
Board of Supervisors
Meeting Agenda and
Packet
Welcome to
Maidencreek
Township!

New Home Owner's
Packet
Spotted Lanternfly
Information
Letter regarding Animal
Control Service

Rt 222 widening and roundabout project in
Maidencreek Township official start date is
September 9, 2019. This begins "Pre-Phase 1"
which will include survey and layout,
installation of traffic control signs, grubbing of
vegetation, UGI gas-line relocation and Met Ed
pole movement. The phase will last until about
March 2020. During this time there will be
OCCASIONAL short term lane closures
between 9:30 pm and 6:30 am.

Phase 1 will begin in March of 2020 which
starts with the widening of the bridge near the
Shady Glen picnic grove. In March 2020 we will
see long term traffic patterns consisting of lane
shifts. Two way traffic will be maintained. Late
in 2020 the rest of the widening and
roundabout construction will begin. There will
also be a Phase 2 to the project - details to
come.

The official end date is November 4, 2022

Total contract amount $26,671,266.68
Contractor is J.D. Eckman of Atglen PA

As we receive information at the Township
office, it will be posted here and on our
Facebook page
Brush Collection
October 14th & 21st
Yard brush will be picked up at this time.
Please be sure to have brush curbside by
7am on the pick up day.


PLEASE DO NOT PUT OUT THE
FOLLOWING FOR BRUSH PICK UP/;
ornamental grass, garden plants; (these
will be picked up with leaves), trees or
bushes with a diameter greater than 12",
or anything with dirt & roots attached
Trick or Treat
Night is
Thursday,
October 31st
5pm to 9pm
Power Outages

As part of the 222 road improvement
project Met-Ed will be moving approx.
60 poles in order for PennDot to
complete their work. During this time
there are three under ground riser poles
that have to be moved. In order for
Met-Ed to move the poles & wires there
will have to be an outage for approx. 8
hours for each pole. Met-Ed will send
out a notice to all residents & businesses
that are affected. This notice will go out
for three days prior to the outages.
Met-Ed will try to limit the inconvenience
for all parties involved. They need to
de-energize the cable for the safety of
their men.