- Spring 2023 Edition
Spring 2023 Edition
Earth Day 2023
Earth Day is Saturday, April 22nd, 2023. Check the Township's EAC portion of the website for more info on how to make every day Earth Day.
New Township Website
You might have already noticed our new look. The Township launched the redesigned website back in January of 2023. Make sure to check out the rest of the new website and sign up for notifications and news alerts
We Need You!
The Township has openings on our Boards and Commissions. Interested Township residents can Click Here to view a list of vacancies on our various Boards, Commissions, and Councils.
Lionville Station Road Sketch Plan
The Township has received a sketch plan for Lionville Station Road. The Sketch Plan and review documents can be found on the Township website by Clicking Here.
Ted Gacomis Senior Park Breaks Ground
Construction of the Ted Gacomis Senior Park at Lionville Park has begun! The park, which will feature pickleball courts, bocce ball courts, workout stations, gaming tables, and a walking path, is expected to open this Summer. The park will be located near the lower parking lot of Lionville Park, off Route 113. The lower parking lot will be closed during construction.
The entire park plan can be found below. This project is being funded in part by a grant received through The Greenways, Trails, and Recreation Program. Stay tuned for additional updates on this exciting new addition to the Township's park system.
Spring is Pothole Season
A pothole develops when water seeps below the road through small cracks in the pavement surface. As the water repeatedly freezes and thaws due to temperature fluctuations, a cavity forms below the surface, and larger cracks develop, destroying the pavement's strength.
Uwchlan Township residents can report potholes on Township roads online by Clicking Here.
Potholes and other roadway concerns on state roads can be reported by calling 1-800-FIX-ROAD or visiting www.penndot.gov and clicking "Submit a Roadway Concern." When reporting a pothole to PADOT, motorists should be as specific as possible and include the state route number, county, municipality, street name, and familiar landmarks.
The Results are In..
News from Chester County and Henrietta Hankin Libraries
Highlighted Service of the Month: Citizen Science Kits
April is Citizen Science Month! Citizen Science connects scientists and everyday people to help accelerate research and discovery, from astronomy to zoology. SciStarter.org matches you with the right project based on your interests, location, and skills.
At Chester County Library, we have added 4 NEW Citizen Science Project kits in 2023 available for free check-out at the Jacobs Technology Center (upstairs on the 2nd floor) with your library card, including Mosquito Mapping, ZomBee Hunting, Mushroom Observation (Mycology), e-Butterfly Data Collection, and a Stream Field Study.