158 Election Road Oxford, PA 19363
610-932-8494
FAX: 610-932-9441

Local Announcements
HELP US HELP YOU

When storms are approaching our area, please do not park in the street. It makes it very difficult for the snow plows to do their job. Also, trash cans are very often a problem. Please do not put trash cans in the street when storms are approaching and snow plows are expected to clean the roads.




Household Hazardous Waste Collection

A new document describing Chester County Household Hazardous Waste Collection policies is available. To view, click here.




Open Space Committee

Anyone interested in serving on the Township’s Open Space Committee please send a letter of interest to:
Pat Brady, Township Secretary
East Nottingham Township
158 Election Road
Oxford, PA 19363

or

Secretary@zoomnternet.net.




ACTIONS BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO PROMOTE PUBLIC SAFETY

The Board authorized the expenditure of $18,675.00 to Longs Asphalt for the construction of speed calming devices also known as speed humps on Wickersham Road in the area of the Elk Ridge School. This resulted after Township residents expressed a concern about the safety of school children on the road in the vicinity of the school. The speed humps are scheduled to be constructed before school starts in September.




Looking to dispose of a large household item?

Recycle your item and help us build affordable housing in Chester County!

If you have a large item or items (furniture, appliances, cabinets and more) that are in good condition or working order, please contact Habitat for Humanity of Chester County to arrange a pick-up. (Items can be picked up from the first floor or garage level of your home.) Visit www.hfhcc.org or call 610-466-1890 for more information or to schedule a pick-up. Donated items will be sold in one of our ReStores. Proceeds from the ReStores help us to build affordable housing throughout Chester County.



Clay 34KV Extension Project Summary

PECO will be construction a 34KV line extension in Southern Chester County to increase capacity and improve reliability for the area. As part of the project, we are adding additional remote sectionalizing capabilities. The cost of this project is $5 .96M.

We will be constructing a total of 8 miles of pole line, upgrading approximately 7 miles and constructing approximately 1 mile of new facilities. This will include approximately 100,000 ft. of new conductor, 90 new distribution transformers and 200 new PECO poles. Verizon will be replacing approximately 50 poles in support of this project.

This work starts in West Nottingham Township at Christine Rd and Stoney Lane, runs along Christine Rd to Chrome Rd into East Nottingham Township. The project continues along Chrome Rd (becomes State Rd) into Elk township ending at State Rd and Lewisville Rd (route 472). Tree trimming will be done as needed along this route. PECO will work with the customers to address trimming needs/concerns.

Contract crews and PECO crews will be performing this work. Contractors will be starting construction in early July, 2014 and will be working on this project in this area until the Spring of 2015. They will be working out of a fenced construction area outside of PECO’s Nottingham substation. We are starting construction in West Nottingham Township at Christine Rd. and Stoney Lane. Poles will start to be spot delivered along the road and material will start to be delivered to our work area in June for this first stage of construction.




The East Nottingham Township Historic Commission meets at 7:00 on the fourth Tuesday each month. Meetings are held at the township building and are open to the public. Our purpose is to gather information about historic sites in the township. Anyone who has information to share with the commission may contact us through the township secretary.