The Township Public Works crew provides many important services for Township residents. The crew consists of full-time workers, the Roadmaster and multiple seasonal workers.
There are over 80 miles of Township owned public road in Weisenberg Township. The other 35 miles are maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). PennDOT’s responsibilities include numbered highways Route 863 (Golden Key Road) & Interstate 78 as well as Adams Road, Claussville Road, Holbens Valley Road, Lyon Valley Road, Loch Valley Road, Kecks Road, North of Old 22, New Smithville Road, Seipstown Road, Rhoads Road, Werleys Corner Road and Ziegels Church Road.
The Department maintains roadways, signs, signals, pavement markings, drainage ways and road vegetation along Township Roads.
The Department responds as necessary to any weather related situation which adversely impacts Township roads. At times during the winter season, there will be 24-hour coverage during prolonged snowfalls.
The Department maintains the Storm Water Management System including the Township’s system of regional detention areas which have been dedicated to the Township including: storm water pipes, inlets and swales.
In addition to its major functions, the Public Works Department has responsibilities for truck, vehicle and equipment maintenance.
Maintenance Building Location
3535 Willow Run Road
Kempton, PA 19529
Road Master: Tony Werley
Phone: (610) 285-6464
Wood Chippings for sale
Wood chippings are currently available for $50.00 per load.
Price includes delivery within the Township.
Snow Removal: For more information please click HERE.