The Concord Township Public Works Highway Department consists of five employees who maintain 50+ miles of township roads. Depending on the season, their responsibilities include road repair, snow removal, property and equipment maintenance, tree trimming, traffic control, and road inspections.
Any issues with township roads can be directed to Public Works Supervisor Chris Baines via e-mail: email@example.com.
If you find a stop sign down,
please call the Township receptionist immediately
at 610-459-8911, extension 100.
Flashing Traffic Signal – Treat as four-way stop
Residents are reminded that if a traffic signal is not working or on flash due to an interruption in power, motorists are to treat it as a four-way stop. Completely stop at the intersection and proceed only when you know other turning and approaching vehicles, bicycles, or pedestrians have stopped.
A Reminder to Residents… Residents are reminded that dumpsters, mulch, pavers, and/or stones are not to be deposited onto township roadways. These items on the roadway present a hazard to motorists and pedestrians. We appreciate your cooperation in ensuring that any such materials are deposited onto your driveway.
The Public Works Department makes every effort to clear snow in a timely manner. Upon being called out, the crews will make an initial pass to open all roads. As the hours and days progress, crews will return to open the roads even more. Only township roads are cleared; state roads (see below) are cleared by PennDOT crews.
Residents can facilitate snow removal by not parking cars on township roads during a snowfall, especially cul-de-sacs. When clearing your driveways, do not deposit the snow out onto township roads. This can cause hazardous conditions to other motorists.
Residents’ mailboxes are located in the right-of-way. Oftentimes the weight of wet, heavy snow being pushed by a plow will damage an insecure mailbox or post. The township is not responsible for damage from the weight of snow being moved from the road. Always insure that your mailbox and post installation are secure. In addition the Post Office asks that you clear the full approach and exit to your mailbox. Due to safety standards, mail carriers are not permitted to back up to exit their vehicle at the mailbox. If your mailbox is not properly cleared, mail cannot be delivered safely. Your cooperation is appreciated.
The following is a list of State Roads that run through Concord Township:
- Baltimore Pike (Rt. 1)
- Beaver Valley Road
- Bethel Road
- N. Brinton Lake Road
- Cheyney Road
- N. Cheyney Road
- Conchester Hwy (Rt. 322)
- Concord Road
- Garnet Mine Road
- Ivy Mills Road
- Mill Road
- Naamans Creek Road
- Pyle Road
- Smithbridge Road
- Springlawn Road
- Station Road
- Stoney Bank Road
- Thornton Road
- Valleybrook Road (Rt. 261)
- Wilm-West Chester Pike (Rt. 202)
PennDOT is responsible for the snow removal and maintenance of all state roads.
The township cannot respond to any calls regarding state roads. The PennDOT number to call for road issues is 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623). This will connect you to the Bucks County Maintenance Facility. This location disseminates information to the other PennDOT facilities; be sure to note the road issue is in Delaware County.
Residents can also report state road concerns to PennDOT’s District 6 online
Customer Care Center.
Line Paint Claims
For claims to PennDOT regarding line painting on state roads, visit the
DISTRICT 6 DAMAGE CLAIMS page on the PennDOT website.
For more local PennDOT information, visit the PennDOT District 6 webpage:
Stormwater & Route 202 Flooding
Recent significant rainfall events have caused flooding issues on north and southbound 202 between Smithbridge Road and Naamans Creek/Beaver Valley Roads. As Route 202 is a PENNDOT roadway, the Township and Rep. Barrar have been actively working with PENNDOT staff to resolve the ongoing issue, including lending staff and equipment and meeting with local property owners. Initially, PENNDOT was able to clear several storm sewer pipes and inlets of debris and blockages, however, this then led to the identification of an additional storm sewer blockage downstream. PENNDOT is currently coordinating the repair of this issue.
While we appreciate everyone’s patience on this issue, any questions or concerns should be directed to PENNDOT, and any emergencies to 9-1-1. The Township, Rep. Barrar and the Pennsylvania State Police will stay informed on the issue and provide further updates as appropriate.
To submit a concern to PENNDOT, visit their Customer Care Center web page: https://customercare.penndot.gov/