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Mask up and drop off! Come on over to Upper Gwynedd Police Department on October 24, 2020 from 10 AM to 2 PM  and drop off those expired or unused medications on drug take back day. 

The Montgomery County DA and the Police Chiefs of Montgomery County, together with the local NAACP chapters, announce the first ever public showing of Walking While Black: L.O.V.E is the Answer. This film is meant to prompt dialogue within the communities we serve in an attempt to bring people together based on a better understanding of what we are facing. The film will be showed via Zoom. In these times, it is more important than ever to not only continue to have strong connections with our communities but also to build new bridges and make new connections.

UPDATE: The owner has been located and the dog has been re-united with it's family. Thank you to everyone who assisted!

This pooch was found wandering along Walnut St during the evening hours of 9/22/20.  If you have information to where its home is and/or owner(s) are, please contact HTPD at (215) 855-0903 and reference case #2020-21332.  Thank you!

This pooch was found wandering along Walnut St during the evening hours of 9/22/20.  If you have information to where its home is and/or owner(s) are, please contact HTPD at (215) 855-0903 and reference case #2020-21332.  Thank you!

The Montgomery County Consortium has been rescheduled to Saturday, October 10, 2020 at Hatboro Horsham High School. You can now register at montcopolicetest.com. Registration will close on Wednesday, September 30, 2020. 

Ambler Borough's Restaurant Weekend is this weekend!! At 4PM Friday August 14, 2020 East Butler Avenue will be closed from Lindenwold Avenue to Main Street. Main Street will be closed between Poplar Street and West Race Street. Ridge Avenue and Spring Garden Street will still be open allowing traffic to cross Butler Avenue.

UPDATE:  The following roadways are now the only roads that remain affected from the storm.

Upper Indianhead Road and Troutman Road.

Thank you.

There is severe roadway flooding throughout Hatfield Township and Hatfield Borough, including in the areas of Bethlehem Pike, Walnut Street, and Lenhart Road.  The following roadways are currently closed in Hatfield Borough: East Broad Street between Main Street and Market Street, East Lincoln Avenue between Main Street and Market Street, and Towamencin Avenue from Edgewood Drive to South Wayne Avenue.  

Do not drive around any barricades.  Please drive with caution and avoid any flooded areas.

Pennsylvania Northeastern Railroad has informed us the milling and paving work on the Schwab Road rail road crossing is complete.  This afternoon they will begin milling and paving work on the Township Line Road rail road crossing. Please use caution in this active work zone.

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