Welcome to the official website of
Lower Frederick Township.
Please visit the events calendar to view Township events and meeting information.
Current News & Notices
|From September 25 to September 28, 2018, Spring Mount Road in Lower Frederick Township will be closed between the 2 entrances of Village Drive. The road will be closed to through traffic during normal business hours (7:00am to 5:00pm) for road repair.|
|Need help with how to properly install your child’s car seat? Goodwill Ambulance in Pottstown does monthly car seat inspections at their station in Pottstown. Click HERE to view the 4 available dates/times and register online. You may also contact Tammy Naftal at 610-327-7145 to schedule an appointment.|
|Notice to residents of Spring Mount Townhomes who received the Traffic Calming Survey: It has recently come to the attention of Township Officials that an email regarding possible construction of speedhumps on Village Drive has been circulating among residents of the development. Please be aware that much effort and time has been expended by Township Staff and Traffic Calming Committee Personnel to draft and circulate this survey. If you received the survey, we want your opinion.|
|The Lower Frederick Township Police Department has responded to several thefts from vehicles over the past few weeks. Most of these have occurred in the Spring Mount section of the Township. In all of these cases, the vehicles belonging to the victims were left unlocked. The police department would like to remind all residents not to leave wallets and other valuable items inside their vehicles, and make sure that their vehicles are locked at all times.|
|The Spotted Lantern Fly is in Lower Frederick
The Spotted Lantern Fly, Lycorma delicatula (White), an invasive planthopper, was first discovered in Berks county, PA, and has now spread to many other counties, including Montgomery. It is native to China, India, Vietnam, and introduced to Korea where it has become a major pest. This insect attacks many hosts including grapes, apples, stone fruits, thin-barked trees and Tree of Heaven, and has the potential to greatly impact the grape, fruit tree and logging industries. To learn more, please consult the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture website.