Posted: 1/8/2018 8:40 AM
Reminders & Tips for Hilltown Township Roads Snow Removal
Plows travel in the same direction as normal traffic flow, sometimes pushing snow at the end of resident's driveways. To minimize the amount of snow pushed in front of your driveway, put shoveled snow on the right side of the driveway.
Mailboxes are often a problem. Unless a Township vehicle actually strikes your mailbox, the Township cannot offer reimbursement or repairs. Mailboxes are installed at your own risk within the right-of-way. Please be sure your mailbox is sturdy and doesn't stick out into the roadway. Call your local Postmaster for installation guidelines.
PennDot has advised that a maximum of 5 inches may accumulate on the roads before plowing will begin. Salt trucks may make only one pass. Report maintenance concerns toll-free to 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623).
Obtain travel conditions on Pennsylvania's interstate highways toll-free: (1-888-783-6783).
Get up-to-the-minute local traffic conditions at Smart Traveler :( 215-567-5678) Cellular callers, dial #211.
NOTE: State roads in the
Bethlehem Pike, Blooming Glen Road,
Blue School Road, Callowhill Road, Church Road,
County Line Road, Diamond Street, Dublin Road,
Hilltown Pike, Minsi Trail, Route 113, Route 152,
Route 309, Route 313, Walnut Street