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Due to the predicted storm, there will be NO REFUSE/RECYCLING PICKUP on Tuesday, Jan 27. Routes B-D will be collected ONE DAY BEHIND the usual schedule this week.
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01/26/2015
Cheltenham Township has declared a SNOW EMERGENCY effective from 4PM on Monday, Jan 26 though 6PM on Tuesday, Jan 27.
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01/26/2015
Residential burglary arrests. See attached flier...
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12/16/2014
Theft from Auto Flier. Attention Lynnewood Grd's and Wyncote Residents
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12/05/2014
Local businesses can promote their goods and services to local customers by advertising in Cheltenham Township’s 2015-16 Annual Report and Calendar.
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01/23/2015
Former Cheltenham Township Commissioner Art Haywood honored for his five years of dedicated service to the Township.
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01/23/2015
Public Works crews will complete the Special Third Loose Leaves Collection in Rte 8 and begin in Rte 7 – the final route – on Monday, Jan. 26, UNLESS pre-empted by a winter storm.
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01/23/2015
Would you like to see how maple syrup and other maple products are made? Watch a demonstration on Saturday, Feb 21 in High School Park.
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01/23/2015
Baron B. Holland was sworn in as new Ward 2 Commissioner.
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01/23/2015
The Montgomery County Health Department reports a raccoon in Elkins Park tested positive for rabies on January 21, 2015.
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01/22/2015
Cheltenham Township will host six special programs this February in honor of Black History Month:
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01/21/2015
Below is a list of the meetings of the Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners and citizen groups in February.
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01/16/2015
Nominate a person, business or organization that contributes to the community for a Making a Difference Award, sponsored by the Cheltenham Township Substance Abuse and Mental Health Committee.
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01/16/2015
PECO has scheduled tree trimming work in the Township this year to reduce power outages caused by broken tree limbs, fallen trees and other vegetation, which accounts for nearly one-third of all outages.
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01/16/2015
Each year the Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners recognizes Township volunteers with 10 and 20 years of service with silver or gold certificates.
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01/09/2015
Each year the Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners recognizes township volunteers who have attained 10 or 20 years of service with silver or gold certificates.
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01/09/2015
The Klein Senior Center at Adath Jeshurun was selected as one of two winners of the Cheltenham Township Substance Abuse and Mental Health Committee's Making a Difference Award.
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01/09/2015
The Salem Baptist Church Health and Wellness Ministry of Jenkintown was one of two winners of the Cheltenham Township Substance Abuse and Mental Health Committee's Making a Difference Award.
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01/09/2015
Cheltenham Township has launched a Facebook page to present information about the Township’s programs, activities and news.
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01/06/2015
Cheltenham Township has been awarded a $100,000 grant earmarked for phase III improvements at High School Park and Ogontz Park.
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12/19/2014
The Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners honors Louis Cichon (center) with an official certificate and pin in recognition of his 20 years of dedicated service to the community.
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12/19/2014
Mary E. Chomitz (center), president of the Cheltenham Township Adult School (CTAS) Board of Directors, accepts an official resolution from the Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners in honor of the school’s 75th anniversary.
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12/19/2014
Devin Dunbar (center) receives an official Community Service Awardfrom the Cheltenham Township Board of Commissioners in honor of attaining Eagle Scout, the highest rank within the Boy Scouts of America.
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12/19/2014
The new sewer rate formula for 2015 is a more equitable system based upon water consumption and a fixed fee per household. It is also designed to be revenue neutral, meaning while some households may pay more, others will pay less. The total should remain about the same, assuming the same amount of water usage. For more info, see the reprint of the article from the fall 2014 Cheltenham Update newsletter.
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12/19/2014
A list of the Cheltenham Township meetings of the Board of Commissioners and citizen groups taking place in January 2015 appears below.
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12/18/2014
The company that receives the Township’s recycling material reports an increase in unacceptable items at nearly all of its facilities. Mixing unacceptable material with recyclables jeopardizes the usability of the recycled supply chain.
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12/16/2014
The Cheltenham Fire Department and the U.S. Fire Administration offer these safety tips to help prevent fires this holiday season and throughout the winter.
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12/05/2014
The Parks and Recreation brochure featuring activities this winter is available online.
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12/02/2014
Reminders: All sidewalks should be cleared of snow within 24 hours after snow has stopped falling. Parked cars should be removed from Snow Emergency Routes anytime forecasts predict ice storms or snow accumulations over 2 inches.
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11/26/2014
Rowland Community Center Maintenance Custodian David Hinson honored for over 12 years of service to the Township.
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11/21/2014
Tips on simple ways to save energy – and reduce your energy bill – when heating your home this winter.
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11/21/2014
Beginning December 3, PECO will resume work to replace existing natural gas main and service lines in the community.
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11/12/2014
Community Connections provides a one-stop center to assist any Montgomery County resident find needed human servies. The assistance is free of charge.
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10/29/2014
The Montgomery County Health Dept. reports a raccoon tested positive for rabies on the 8000 block of Cedar Road in Elkins Park on October 29, 2014.
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10/29/2014
A contractor will be working on the sanitary sewer line located behind the Wyncote Post Office to the Washington Lane overpass on Monday, Sept. 9 through mid day on Tuesday, Sept. 10, including overnight hours.
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09/09/2013
Cheltenham Township’s Economic Development Task Force and the Downtown Glenside Community Partnership are raising funds to purchase holiday decorations for the Glenside Commercial District.
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08/28/2013
Sketch Plan "A", Sketch Plan "B" and Petition for Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance are available for the proposed development at 1777 E. Willow Grove Avenue, Laverock.
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02/01/2013
The Cheltenham Township Parks and Recreation Committee will review final design concepts for the Rock Creek Park Greenway on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at 7:30PM at Curtis Hall.
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01/18/2013
Enjoy over 365 chances to win payouts from $25 to $100 in the 2013 Cheltenham Township Twinning Lottery, which supports friendship ties between Cheltenham, USA, and Cheltenham, UK.
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12/14/2012
The public can now access a free, local crime map that can be customized by the type of incident, timeframe and geography down to the block.
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05/01/2011
Critical moments wasted while police, fire or ambulance personnel search for unmarked properties could make the difference between life and death.
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02/01/2011


 
 
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