Aston Township Municipal Building, Commissioner’s Meeting Room
-Dr. Nancy Webster will discuss life in the Mill Districts of Aston.
-See photos and memorabilia, hear and share stories
of the Township’s unique history
Wednesday May 14, 2014
6:30pm – 8:00pm
Information session and rabies shots for your pets.
$10 per shot
ASTON RESIDENTS ONLY
Miss the live broadcast of the Aston Township Commissioners meeting on Aston TV? Unable to attend this month’s meeting?
No problem, you may view this and previous BOC meetings online by visiting our video archive or Board of Commissioners page. This meeting will also rebroadcast on Aston TV (Comcast Channel 5, Verizon Cable 45) on Tuesday beginning at 4pm.
GFWC Aston - Flea Market
April 27, 2014
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Planet Fitness Parking Lot
Pennell & Marianville Roads, Aston
Call – (610) 497-5234
“Drop” prescription drugs in a safe place!
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Local Drop Location
Aston Police Department
5021 Pennell Road
Aston PA 19014-1869 Read more
I had the pleasure of watching this 11-12 year boys basketball team this year and felt the township should know about this outstanding group of young men.
This team ended their season 32-0, which included winning the Chester Pike Boys Basketball League 11-12 division, and the Aston, Ridley and Media tournaments.
It was truly a once in a lifetime season and these young men represent the best of Aston.
In a time when we hear many negative things about young people this team should be a reason to celebrate.
Aston Township is planning to construct streetscape improvements along a 0.8-mile stretch of Pennell Road (SR 0452) between Concord Road (SR 3007) and Duttons Mill Road (SR 3020). The work will include sidewalk and curb ramp installation/improvements, pedestrian level lighting, landscaping, and landscaped center medians. The improvements will contribute to increased mass transit ridership and economic development by creating a pedestrian-friendly environment and connecting a variety of land uses including residential, commercial, office, institutional and recreational. The improvements implemented along Pennell Road will serve as guidelines to implement similar improvements along Concord Road and Duttons Mill Road as future projects.
The Township is requesting funding for this project through the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). The estimated cost for the project is $960,000, which includes a 20% match from the Township ($192,000).
The Newsome property is a 4-acre lot in Aston Township, Delaware County, PA that is proposed to be converted into a Township Park and improved with walking paths, picnic areas, stormwater management controls and the re-establishment of two ponds to alleviate area flooding. The property is traversed by Marcus Hook Creek, which enters the property through a storm sewer culvert, daylights through the property, then exits through a culvert that runs underneath Weir Road and into the northeast corner of Weir Park. This project will also replace a large section of the culvert that runs underneath Weir Road in order to remove a “hump” in the pipe which causes tailwater to form upstream of the crossing, flooding the adjacent roadway intersection.
Rain, Snow Sleet or Shine, Aston’s dedicated sanitation team and environmentally conscientious citizens are making a difference in the environment and to Aston’s bottom line.
Aston Township’s Weekly Single Stream Recycling Program is paying dividends for Township residents. While the amount of trash that has been collected and disposed at the landfill has declined, the amount of material recycled by residents has increased. During the past two years, Township residents have recycled more than 500 tons of trash. Since the weekly Recycling Program began in 2011, Township residents have recycled more than 500 tons of trash!
We invite you to join CRC and your community to clean up the Chester, Ridley, and Crum Creeks.
Louis Fisher Memorial Park
Saturday, May 3, 2014
9:00 am to 11:30 am
Continue the fun at our free picnic for volunteers from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm atRidley Creek State Park, Pavilion 17
In 2013 our cleanup volunteers collected over 22,300 pounds of trash from our streams among 27 sites. We have plenty more work to do and we need your help. The complete streams cleanup list can be viewed on our website at www.crcwatersheds.org/resources/view/307. Please join us! Your streams need you.