Dec 19

Berks County Conservation District Spotted Lanternfly Control Program

The Berks County Conservation District will be offering a Spotted Lanternfly Control Program to interested private property owners throughout the county. The overall objective is to reduce the number of Spotted Lanternfly (Lycorma delicatula) by treating and eliminating one of the invasive insects’ preferred host trees, the Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima).  Several Tree of …

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Dec 19

Summer Employment Opportunities

Positions available for college students who enjoy being outdoors, working with children and having fun! The Township of Spring Parks and Recreation Department is now accepting applications for Summer Playground Leaders. Requirements: *  18 years of age or older *  Must be available from June 5 –July 27, 2019 *   Monday—Friday 8:00 am—2:00 pm    …

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Oct 19

*UPDATE *Governor Wolf Announces Federal Aid Availability

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 12, 2018 View Online Governor Wolf Announces Aid Available in 26 Counties Following Record-Shattering Summer Rains Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) approved his request to declare a disaster in Bradford, Columbia, Delaware, Northumberland, Schuylkill and Susquehanna counties after significant flood damage …

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Oct 19

* * *IMPORTANT SEWER BILLING INFORMATION * * *

* * *IMPORTANT INFORMATION * * * The Township recently upgraded our utility billing software and enclosed this month you will find your new look sewer bill. Please take the time to review and familiarize yourself with the new bill format. If you utilize a third party bill pay or online bill pay service for …

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May 18

Suburban Berks West Joint Comprehensive Plan Update

The Joint Planning Committee has recently completed the Final Draft of the Suburban Berks West Joint Comprehensive Plan. This group consists of representatives of the Township of Spring, the Boroughs of Sinking Spring, West Reading and Wyomissing, and the Wilson and Wyomissing Area School Districts. The current draft is an update to the original comprehensive …

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Feb 14

Trash/Recycling – Additional Carts

Trash Carts (Single Family Dwelling & Multi-Unit Dwelling): The Township has recently provided you with one 96 Gallon Cart for your curbside trash collection service.       During the first six weeks of the new collection program, we have been contacted by a number of our residents to request additional carts for trash and …

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Sep 25

“Let’s be #stormwatersmartPA”

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is working to raise stormwater awareness across the state with a variety of outreach efforts.   We want Pennsylvanians informed of the pollution caused by stormwater runoff and steps they can take to reduce it.  Be Stormwater Smart.  Click to watch a short video from Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection .  

Aug 01

Stormwater Pollution Plans

Under the Pennsylvania’s MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems) Program, Spring Township must apply for renewal of its 5-year Stormwater Permit. The application must include plans showing how the Township proposes to reduce pollutants in impaired watercourses. These plans must be available for public inspection for a period of 30 days. The Township has several …

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Jul 11

Berks County Comprehensive Plan Update Public Survey

The Berks County Planning Commission is in the process of updating the current County Comprehensive Plan. Over the next month the Berks County Planning Commission will be soliciting citizen input on community perceptions, needs, and issues impacting future growth. Citizen input is extremely important as the comprehensive plan can affect every resident’s way of life. …

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Jul 10

Berks County Gypsy Moth Application

BERKS COUNTY GYPSY MOTH APPLICATIONS NOW AVAILABLE!   Accepting Applications:     Berks County Conservation District (BCCD) is now accepting applications from residents and community associations who would like to be considered for gypsy moth spraying. This is a state program, run by the PA Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) with cooperation from Berks County. …

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