Recycle bins may be obtained by contacting your trash hauler. You may also purchase a recycle bin at your local hardware store, if your trash hauler allows.
(The Township no longer sells these, as we are unable to provide in a cost-effective manner)
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Trash service is individually contracted for by residents (or your HOA).
Check our Recycling Page under Private Trash Haulers (or by clicking here) for contact information of some of the trash haulers in the area.
Note: This may not be a complete list - so check your local listings, too.
No. Residents must arrange for these services through their trash hauler.
Note: Leaf & Yard Waste can be dropped off at Hetrick Gardens Landscape & Nursery - Recycling Facility free of charge to Township residents (not commercial) The Township has contracted with Hetrick Gardens to provide this service to our residents. For more information, go to their website at: https://www.hetrickgardens.com/recycling-facility
Privately contracted Trash Haulers are also required to collect Leaf and Yard Waste a minimum of 4 times a year. For more information please visit the Township's Recycling Department Page or by clicking here
For information, visit the Montgomery County Recycling website at https://www.montcopa.org/637/Recycling-Information or contact them at (610) 278-3618.
Montgomery County provides useful information on their Montgomery County Recycling website including an A-Z Recycling Guide: What to Do When You Are Done With It.
Remember: Latex (water-based) paint is not a hazardous waste; taking it to a hazardous waste collection center for disposal is not an option.
If you can’t use it and you don’t want to store it, give it away. Charitable organizations, churches and the like may be happy to take it.
Don’t put latex paint still in liquid form in the trash. Allow the paint to dry out and harden before disposing of the container.
For detailed information on how to dispose of paint, visit the Montgomery County Recycling website at: https://www.montcopa.org/1996/Paint
Unfortunately, the Township no longer sells these. You can purchase at a better price at your local hardware store.
For a complete listing of roads within Limerick Township and who is responsible to maintain them, please refer to the Road Ownership Listing
If the damage occurred on a Township-owned road, email Info@LimerickPA.org or call the Administration Office at (610) 495-6432 during normal business hours. For more information, please refer to the following: How to Report a Concern on a Township Road
If the damage occurred on a county road, call Montgomery County Department of Roads & Bridges at (610) 278-3613 or visit their website at: https://www.montcopa.org/377/Roads-Bridges .
If the damage occurred on a Pennsylvania State road, contact PennDOT at 1-800-FIX-ROAD or by submitting a claim to the Commonwealth of PA. For more information, please refer to the following: PennDOT Customer Care Center and PennDOT - How To File an Insurance Claim to the Commonwealth
If the mailbox is protruding into the road and is hit by a plow unit, it is the responsibility of the homeowner to replace or repair. If the mailbox is installed properly and is accidentally struck by a Limerick Township Public Works plow unit, the Township will replace the damaged parts of the mailbox and/or post, however, the actual installation is the responsibility of the property owner.
If the damage occurred on a county road, call Montgomery County Department of Roads & Bridges at (610) 278-3613 or visit their website at :https://www.montcopa.org/377/Roads-Bridges
For a complete list of roads and responsibilities, please refer to the Limerick Township Road Ownership Listing
For Township roads, please visit the Winter Operations page for information on the Limerick Township Public Works Department's winter weather road program.
For PennDOT roads, visit the PennDOT website for more information at: PennDOT - Winter Operations and you can track the PennDOT plows, get traffic delay warnings, and travel alerts using PennDOT's 511PA website or app. For more information on 511PA, please click the following: PennDOT - 511PA Informational Flyer
Contact the Public Works Department at (610) 495-6432 x 317 or by email at: Info@LimerickPA.org
Contact the Public Works Department at (610) 495-6432 x 312 or by email to: Info@LimerickPA.org
To report a dead animal, such as a deer on a Pennsylvania State road, contact PennDOT at 1-800-FIX-ROAD or by Submitting a Concern to the PennDOT Customer Care Center
To report a dead animal, such as a deer, on a Township-owned road or County road, contact the PA Game Commission's Southeast Region Office at (610) 926-3136.