YSM Landscape Architects attended the June 27, 2022, Supervisors Work Session Meeting to review the updated plan and cost estimate for the Spruce Hills Park that was originally designed in 2018. Public comments and questions were received. The Township would like to apply for grants from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) and the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) to fund construction.
Starting Monday, August 8th, Buffalo Alley from St. Mary Street to St. Anthony Street will be closed for a complete road repair. Please watch for ROAD CLOSED SIGN. Road will be close for approximately one month.
Thank you for your patience.
East Buffalo Township will begin Seal Coating on Wednesday, August 10th. The roads recently paved will now be oiled and chipped. Roads will be marked with Fresh Oil signs. Updates to follow as the become available.
Depending on contractors’ schedules paving projects are tentatively projected to start on June 1st and are scheduled to be completed by July 15th. Contractors that are seal coating can tentatively start their projects on July 16th and are scheduled to be completed by August 26th. All work will start at approximately 7:00 a.m. Exact start dates may vary depending on weather. We will send out TextMyGov notices and post on Facebook as well as the ebtwp.org website once project start dates are known.
PHEASANT RIDGE ROAD WEST
- Pheasant Ridge Road (Township line to Salem Road)
- Pheasant Ridge Road/Smoketown Road (Salem Road to Old Schoolhouse Road)
- Bull Run Crossing (Smoketown Road to SR0045)
- Country Road
WEST LAWN AREA
|Jean Boulevard||Fairmount Drive|
|Linden Road||Sunset Road|
|Verna Road||Anlyn Drive|
|19th Street||Brown Avenue|
Residents should expect temporary street or land closures, with limited or no access to driveways and parking area. No street parking will be permitted during maintenance projects.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact the Township Office at 570-523-6320. Office hours are Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. or visit the website at ebtwp.org.
Please Slow Down and Stay Alert When Traveling Through the Road Construction Areas.