The Public Works Department is responsible for the ongoing maintenance of Newtown Township’s 50.65 miles of roads, plus storm and sanitary sewers, parks, trails, buildings and other infrastructure. The department oversees the collection of home recyclables, the annual collection of leaves on all public streets and grounds in the autumn, and maintains an extensive fleet of vehicles and heavy equipment required to perform the constant upkeep of township infrastructure.
The Department is manned by one director and five staff members who work to accomplish their required duties each day of the year, and they are on-call 24/7. Some examples of their required tasks include storm water inlet maintenance, roadway repairs, tree and brush clearing, snow and ice control, traffic signal and streetlight maintenance, sewer and sewage pump station maintenance and the installation and maintenance of road signs.
Roads and Official Street Map
Township Roads: The Public Works Department maintains all roads that have officially been dedicated to Newtown Township. Please refer to the Official Street Map.
State Roads: These roads are generally noted as SR and the responsibility of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT). These include Rt. 3 (West Chester Pike), Rt. 252 (Newtown Street Road), St. David’s Road, Bishop Hollow Road, Goshen Road, Bryn Mawr Avenue, Church Lane, Darby-Paoli Road and a portion of Gradyville Road.
Private Streets: These streets are maintained privately or by the developer who built them. They are either kept private or will eventually turned over to Newtown Township for care. These private streets include: Hickory Lane (from College to past Farview), Pine Street (from Tennis to Summit), Walnut Street (from College to Farview), Tennis Avenue (from Chestnut to Main), Locust Street (from Tennis to Farview), portions of College Avenue, Tuxedo Avenue (from Florida to Fairview), Masons Way, Hunters Run, Troop Farm Road and its connecting streets, Bridle Lane, Farrier Lane, Withers Lane, the streets in the Liseter Development and the streets in Greene Countrie Estates.
Harry J. Robinson, Acting Road Master
Phone: 610-356-0200 Ext. 134
George Sharretts, Director of Public Works
Phone: 610-356-0200 Ext. 112
Public Works Department Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Services Provided and Links
Please click on the service or link below to find more information about the variety of services provided to residents and visitors from the Department of Public Works in Newtown Township.
Newtown Township Road Information
Township Road Program (5-Year Anticipated)
Newtown Township Recycling Information
Residential single-stream recycling collections occur from each home twice every month. See below for materials that can be recycled, a map with schedule, household hazardous waste collection information and other important recycling information. Collections begin at 7:00 AM on your recycling day, so be sure to have your materials out before that. In the event of a missed pick-up, please call customer service at Allied Waste Services at 610-265-6337. Be sure to identify that you are from Newtown Township in Delaware County. Thank you for your efforts to recycle.
Residential Recycling (PDF)
Recycling Drop Off Locations (PDF)
Newtown Township Leaf Collection and Yard Waste Information
Fall Leaf Collection (PDF)
Yard Waste Collection (PDF)
Residential Trash Collection Information (PDF)
Winter Ice and Snow Removal (PDF)
CLICK HERE for all Township permits, applications and forms or click below for the following:
PA One Call – Call 811 before you dig!
Report a Concern to Public Works (road, sewer or park issue)
Report a Concern to PennDOT (State Roads) – CLICK HERE or call 1-800-FIX-ROAD