Monthly Archives: April 2015

1st Annual Aston Township Clean-Up Day a huge Success

2016-04-05T16:22:30-04:00

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Clean Up Day May 2nd More than 100 volunteers gathered on May 2 for the first annual Aston Township Clean-Up Day. Supplied with trash bags and gloves, the volunteers headed to 10 sites throughout the township to pick-up debris and brush. The brain-child of Aston 2nd Ward Commissioner Carol Graham, the event was a long time coming. For many years, Graham [...]

1st Annual Aston Township Clean-Up Day a huge Success2016-04-05T16:22:30-04:00

Street Cleaning Underway – 7th Ward

2015-08-11T11:48:02-04:00

Please keep the curb sides clear of vehicles. After the long and fierce winter of 2014-15 our Public Works Department is hard at work cleaning the remains of our roadway treatments. As the township street sweaping truck makes it's way through the township, we ask that residents make every effort to keep the curb sides clear of vehicles so that our crews can do a through job.

Street Cleaning Underway – 7th Ward2015-08-11T11:48:02-04:00

Aston Commissioners Honor Eagle Scouts

2015-04-27T13:59:45-04:00

Aston Commissioners, during the April 15 meeting, presented a proclamation to township residents Darren J. Sereikis and Stephen F. Taylor for attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. Darren is the son of Michael and Cindy Sereikis and is a senior at Sun Valley High School. He is a member of Scout troop #292 and passed his Eagle Scout Court of Honor on January 28. […]

Aston Commissioners Honor Eagle Scouts2015-04-27T13:59:45-04:00

Aston in Bloom….from feeding the family to feeding the soul!

2015-05-14T20:50:08-04:00

Spring has come to Aston!  And Aston Township Historical Society welcomes the extremely popular historian, Nancy Webster, to their May 14Th meeting to speak on “Aston in Bloom….from feeding the family to feeding the soul!”  […]

Aston in Bloom….from feeding the family to feeding the soul!2015-05-14T20:50:08-04:00

Longtime Aston Employee Ron Cross Honored on Event of Retirement

2015-04-27T14:00:17-04:00

Aston Township public works employee Ron Cross was presented a proclamation on the event of his retirement. Pictured with Cross is Commissioner Mike Higgins ( far right), public works supervisor Russ Palmore and former township secretary/manager Dick Lehr. Longtime Aston Township Public Works employee Ron Cross, during the April 15 meeting , was presented with a proclamation by the board of commissioners, recognizing his retirement. Cross started working for the township in 1974 and spent the past 41 years serving the residents of Aston. In addition to his regular springtime duties, he would clean up area parks and repair [...]

Longtime Aston Employee Ron Cross Honored on Event of Retirement2015-04-27T14:00:17-04:00

Aston Commissioners Congratulate Bo Ryan

2015-04-27T14:01:39-04:00

Bo Ryan – former head basketball coach at Sun Valley High School The Aston Board of Commissioners, during the April 15 meeting, officially congratulated Bo Ryan, head coach of the University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team. Wisconsin was runner-up in this year’s NCAA National Championship. […]

Aston Commissioners Congratulate Bo Ryan2015-04-27T14:01:39-04:00

Town By Town: Finding a place to put down roots

2015-04-20T21:06:22-04:00

At the IceWorks. A township commissioner notes Aston’s 15 parks, saying, “You are always within walking distance of at least one.” (CLEM MURRAY / Staff Photographer) The following was published in the Philadelphia Inquirer and Philly.com Sunday, April 12, 2015 Alan J. Heavens, Inquirer Real Estate Columnist aheavens@phillynews.com 215-854-2472 @alheavens © 2015 The Inquirer www.Philly.com One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region’s communities.   When Barbara M. Mastronardo was 10 years old, her parents decided to trade life in Ridley Park for the “Wild West.” After a journey of nearly nine miles, the pioneers reached their destination: [...]

Town By Town: Finding a place to put down roots2015-04-20T21:06:22-04:00

Sisters of St. Francis Open Their Doors to the Public

2015-10-20T10:44:25-04:00

The schedule for tours are Tuesdays—May 26, June 30, July 28, August 18 and September 22, 2015, from 1-3 P.M. A sparkling gold cross atop an orange/red dome has attracted many people from near and far to Our Lady of Angels Convent (OLAC), the motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia (609 South Convent Rd, Aston, PA 19014-1207).  We know that there are many more people who drive past the convent every day and wonder who and what exist behind those giant doors in the big castle-like structure.  Here is your chance to find out.  The Sisters of St. Francis [...]

Sisters of St. Francis Open Their Doors to the Public2015-10-20T10:44:25-04:00

A Friendly Reminder from SWDCMA

2015-05-31T00:02:43-04:00

Southwest Delaware County Municipal Authority quarterly sewer service invoices are in the mail as of April 30 and are due by May 31 . Credit/Debit Card and Electronic Check Payments can now be made online at www.swdelcoma.org for a small convenience fee. Unable to pay in full? Please call or stop by our office to set up payment  terms. Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 2466, Aston, PA  19014 Office Address:  1 Gamble Lane, Aston, PA  19014 Office Hours:  M-F 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Office Phone:  (610) 494-1335

A Friendly Reminder from SWDCMA2015-05-31T00:02:43-04:00

Rabies Clinic

2015-05-06T20:00:01-04:00

Wednesday May 6, 2015 6:30pm - 7:30pm Information session and rabies shots for your pets. $10 per shot ASTON RESIDENTS ONLY Location: Aston Township Public Works Garage

Rabies Clinic2015-05-06T20:00:01-04:00