Leaf and Yard Waste Collection

Leaf and Yard Waste collections will resume on Thursday, April 5, 2018.  Due to the large amount of yard waste debris from the recent winter storms, residents may put out up to 10 bundles of yard waste with their regular trash collection on Wednesdays.  This is only until Yard Waste collections resumes.  Please make sure it is bundled!

Important PECO Information for Lower Southampton Township Residents

Message from PECO to Lower Southampton Township residents:
Township Officials were just on the phone with PECO. This is the most current information we have for our residents – PECO is accessing the damage from the storm and they are prioritizing critical customers. Most PECO customers will have power restored by Monday evening. However, some areas may be without power until Wednesday. As we get more information, we will keep you updated. Please contact PECO with any questions – 1-800-841-4141.

  • PECO urges customers to be safe during severe weather by staying away from downed power lines and potentially damaged electric equipment.
  • Customers should always assume that PECO equipment is energized.
  • Customers experiencing any issues with their electric or natural gas service should contact PECO at 1-800-841-4141.
    • Customers also can easily report issues with electric service at peco.com using their phone, tablet or computer or through PECO’s new mobile app.
    • PECO’s free mobile app allows customers to easily access their account information on the go. Customers can report an outage, stay up-to-date on the restoration status, pay their bill, check their usage and more. The PECO free mobile app is available through the App Store or Google Play.
  • Through our customer preference center, PECO customers can choose to receive a message via text, email or phone, when power is out in their area, when power is restored, or when the estimated restoration time for their outage changes. Customers should visit peco.com/alerts to sign up.
  • Customers can find additional information at peco.com/outages. Follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/pecoconnect and on Twitter at twitter.com/pecoconnect.

2018 Sanitation / Trash Rebate for Township Senior/Veteran Residents

2018 Lower Southampton Township Resident Sanitation/Trash Rebate

– Lower Southampton Township Resident
– Seniors 65 years or older or Veterans 50% disabled or greater (need letter stating percent of disability only)
– One rebate per household
– County and Township 2017 tax bill stamped paid by the tax collector or receipt from tax collector showing payment
– State issued identification showing you are 65 years or older (must be 65 by 12/31/2017)
– Must be the OWNER of the property
– Only one rebate per resident, rebate will be given for primary residence only, must match with the address on your State issued identification

Rebates will be given out:
February 09, 2018 thru May 31, 2018

Some restrictions apply, please contact Denise 215-357-7300 ext.312 with any questions.

Free Gun Locks

The Lower Southampton Township Police Department is a proud participant in Project ChildSafe, a program that distributes FREE cable style gun locks so gun owners can safely secure their firearms.  The program was developed the National Shooting Sports Foundation.  It is funded by the U.S. Department of Justice to provide comprehensive firearm storage and save handling education.  The FREE gun locks can be picked up at the Lower Southampton Township Police Department, Monday to Friday, from 8am to 5pm.

More information and ideas can be found by visiting www.projectchildsafe.org

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Yard Waste pick up

Leaf and Yard Waste will be collected on Thursdays.  Starting April 6th until December 14th will be regular pick up with no limit restrictions.


Yard Waste – Sticks, branches, and twigs should be tied in bundles no more than 3 feet in length (36 inches). Branches may not exceed 3 inches in diameter. Other yard waste may be placed in trash cans or biodegradable paper bags which may be purchased at home improvement stores.

Leaf Collection – Leaves should be placed in paper bags or trash cans. Small twigs or branches may be placed in a paper yard waste bag or tied in bundles. Bags are available for purchase at home improvement stores. There is no limit to the number of bags or cans that will be collected.



We would like to remind everyone what is acceptable in the recycling bins.
During a recent recycling bin inspection done by J.P. Mascaro they have came across
contaminated recycling bins that had trash and home good items.

Below is a photo that shows what is only acceptable in the green recycling bins…..



If you have any questions please “CLICK HERE” to visit JP Mascaro website