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Berks County > Municipalities > Albany Township
 
P.O. BOX 197    KEMPTON, PA 19529    610-756-6452
Welcome to Albany Township
*** ANNOUNCEMENTS ***


NOTICE TO RESIDENTS OF MOUNTAIN ROAD
On June 25, 2018, numerous residents of Mountain Road received a letter in their mailboxes purportedly from the Albany Township Board of Supervisors stating that Mountain Road will be widened to 4 lanes. PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS LETTER IS A FRAUD. Rest assured that the Board did not send this letter, nor has the widening of Mountain Road been discussed or considered. This illegal use of township letterhead and residents' mailboxes is being investigated and the responsible individuals will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.



WEEDS AND TALL GRASS
Reminder that Albany Township has a Weed Ordinance and all noxious weeds in residential areas and vacant lots should be maintained at no higher than 6” tall. Non-residential areas must be cut by June 15 and August 1 and within 10 days of the appearance of weed flowers. For more details, click here for Weed Ordinances.




SPOTTED LANTERNFLY UPDATE
Albany Township is now in the quarantine area for Spotted Lanternfly. Residents are being asked to educate themselves and help to contain this damaging invasive pest. Attached here is a compilation of current informational flyers: Spotted Lanternfly Handouts
More information can be found on the following websites:
Penn State Extension Spotted Lanternfly Website
PA Dept of Agriculture Spotted Lanternfly Website



RECYCLING PICKUP SUSPENDED
NO DROPOFF OF ANY MATERIALS at the township maintenance building. All recyclable materials may be dropped of at Cougle's Recycling at 1000 S 4th St in Hamburg.



Have you observed a township roadway hazard or pavement damage situation? To report, contact Roadmaster Ryan Rex at (484) 332-0791.