Bank repairs and guide rail installations to fix September 2021 damage created by Tropical Storm Ida continue next week on Route 113 at Perkiomen Creek, under a PennDOT project. Traffic will be delayed.
Embankment repairs and the guide rail installations to fix September 2021 damage created by Tropical Storm Ida are due on Route 113 at Perkiomen Creek this week under a PennDOT project. Expect traffic delays.
Nineteen parcels of land within Collegeville’s federally designated Special Flood Hazard Area will be bought by the state using FEMA grant money totaling $7.12 million. The properties were wiped out by Tropical Storm Ida flooding.
Volunteers from the Lower Frederick Parks and Recreation Board and the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy worked Friday for about two hours planting trees and shrubs to create a riparian barrier in flood-prone Foy Park.
Like other property owners, Providence Place Senior Living in Collegeville was hit hard by Hurricane Ida in 2021. Now the company has completed a prominent barrier to protect itself against Perkiomen Creek flooding.
A portion of Route 724 between Catfish Lane and Sheep Hill Road in North Coventry has been closed since last September due to Hurricane Ida damage at the bridge over Eckers Creek. Work to replace the bridge starts Monday.
A one-night, 2022 snapshot of homelessness in Montgomery County showed a 118-percent increase over 2021. Nearly half the number, though, was due to an emergency: destruction caused by Tropical Storm Ida.
The nation's hurricane season starts June 1 and ends Nov. 30. How storms and flood waters damage Pennsylvania during that period may be as bad or worse than the wrath of Tropical Storm Ida last year, state Rep. Joe Webster worries.