General Election Tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 8th, 2022 – Sample Ballot

Polling Site:
Bridgeton Township Municipal Building
1370 Bridgeton Hill Rd
Upper Black Eddy, PA 18972
   
   
Last day for County Boards of Elections to receive voted civilian absentee/mail-in ballots (must be received by 8 pm) November 8
Poll Hours:
7 a.m. – 8 p.m.

For information on voting in person, here is the link to the official PA State website.

If you have any other questions, concerns or complaints about voting, please go to the official PA state voting site.

 

 

2022 General Election Sample Ballot

Bridgeton Township Comprehensive Plan Community Survey Deadline Extended to 11/30

Bridgeton Township Community Survey

2022 Bridgeton Township Comprehensive Plan Update

Help us plan for Bridgeton Township’s future!

Bridgeton Township is updating its comprehensive plan.

A comprehensive plan is a guide to future decision-making and a statement of a community’s goals and vision. We’d love to hear your opinion on what you think is important in our community.

Responses will be anonymous.

Please complete only one survey per Bridgeton Township resident.

The survey will close on Nov. 30, 2022.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/bridgetontownshipsurvey

Township Annual Budget Hearing – Wed. Oct. 26th, 7PM

budget-chartsThe Bridgeton Township Supervisors will be holding their annual budget meeting this Wednesday, October 26th at 7pm at the Township Building. There will not be a Zoom option.  This is a working meeting to discuss priorities and determine areas of needed information for the final adoption of the 2023 budget, which will take place in December. This is an open, public meeting. Residents are welcome to attend.

Riverbank Erosion Control Grant Money Available to Residents on River Road

Dear Bridgeton Township River Road Resident:

We write to let you know of an opportunity to help preserve the riverbank in front of your home.

As you know, the Delaware riverbank has been steadily eroding.  With each flood, the Delaware Riverbank loses more ground to the river, bringing the bank ever closer to River Road.  Unless this is halted, we are concerned that PennDOT’s proposal will be to simply move River Road closer to our homes. 

One option to slow the erosion is for all of us to plant vegetation that best holds the soil in place – that is, plants that will both survive and thrive in the conditions along the bank.

Earlier this year, Bridgeton Township received a generous grant of $3,000 from the Lower Delaware Wild & Scenic River Management Council to do just that- to help homeowners with buying plants.  In addition, we may have the option of having volunteers to help with the planting itself.

Please let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in either receiving plants for your own planting (again at no cost to you) and second if you are in need of help in planting.  For most plantings, fall is the ideal time, so it is important to take advantage of this grant now.  Once we hear from residents, we will have a better sense of how many plants and the timing for such planting.

I can be reached at gholby@bridgetontwp.org, or on my cell phone 908-797-4951.

Thanks,

Bridgeton Township Supervisors

Gard Holby

Roger Keller

Michael Lynch