The roadway has been reopened for vehicular traffic

The roadway is closed in the area of 2610 Diamond Street due to a large tree hanging on the power and telecommunication wires. Power in the area is unaffected, however PPL has been contacted to rectify the issue. It is unknown at this time when the roadway will be reopened. Please avoid the area 

Orvilla Road between Welsh Road and Woodside Avenue has been reopened for vehicle traffic. 

Orvilla Road between Welsh Road and Woodside Avenue is currently closed due to heavy flooding conditions. Please avoid the area until conditions improve. 

The southbound travel lane of Bethlehem Pike is no longer closed, and the manhole cover was replaced.

The southbound travel lane of Bethlehem Pike between Lenhart Road and Janes Lane is closed due to an exposed manhole. Please use caution when driving in the area for Verizon employees working on the issue.

On December 21, 2020 at approximately 1346 hours, The Ambler Borough Police Department responded to the Shell Gas Station at 371 E. Butler Ave. A service technician for the gas pumps was on location and found 3 skimmers. The pumps with skimmers were Pump #2, Pump #7, and Pump #8. If anyone has used these pumps please consider cancelling your card. Also check you bank statements for fraudulent purchases. The Ambler Borough Police Department, Gas Company and Shell Gas Station are working together to prevent this from happening again in the future and this investigation is ongoing.

As part of the current snow emergency, please remove your vehicles and any other items from the street. For Hatfield Borough this includes all designated snow emergency routes. For Hatfield Township, this includes ALL roadways unless specifically exempted. If your vehicle is in the street, it may be ticketed and/or towed.

Clearing the streets will greatly help both our Public Works Departments do their jobs safely and efficiently.

Follow the links below for additional information. Thank you for your assistance.

We are very pleased to report that Helen has been located within the 35th district of Philadelphia by an alert Philadelphia Police officer. Thank you to all who shared this story and also those who phoned in your tips. 

Unionville Pike has now been cleared and reopened.