A boil-water advisory for a portion of Perkiomen Township served by Pennsylvania American Water remained in effect Tuesday as of 8 a.m., after an emergency health alert was issued Monday afternoon.
A water main will be replaced Monday through Wednesday next week on Second Avenue in Royersford. Expect traffic disruption and a detour, PennDOT warned.
Need to know about preserving a watershed? Just ask Spring-Ford student Grace Clark, whose poster and essay on the subject won her a third-place art contest award. Her efforts beat dozens of competitors.
A stormwater management garden designed by students and scheduled to be installed at a community center has won a $2,500 grant from Pennsylvania American Water.
The quality of water served to Pennsylvania American Water customers in Royersford and elsewhere during the previous year surpassed both federal and state standards, a just-issued report says.
Out with the old, in with the new. That could be a slogan for Pennsylvania American Water, as it replaces almost 5,000 feet of water pipe across parts of Royersford and Upper Providence.
A boil water advisory imposed on much of Limerick Township and surrounding areas was removed Saturday (Jan. 4, 2020) at 7 a.m.
A boil water advisory issued at mid-day Thursday by Pennsylvania American Water, and expected to continue Friday, affected more than 4,600 properties in Limerick, Upper Providence, and Lower Pottsgrove.