- New Flood Map Appeal Process (PDF)
If you believe that your property is incorrectly located in a flood zone by the proposed new maps, you may submit an appeal. Any appeal must be submitted to the Township Manager’s Office by July 15, 2011. Please download this document to learn what information you must provide to appeal the determination made by FEMA.
- New Preliminary Flood Map (PDF)
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released updated preliminary flood hazard maps that show whether properties are in high, moderate or low risk of flooding. These maps, also known as Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRM), are used to determine the need for property owners to carry flood insurance. It’s important to keep in mind that these maps are still preliminary to allow time for municipal review and public comment. At this time official adoption is scheduled for September, 2012. Hard copies of the preliminary maps can also be reviewed at the Township Manager’s Office.
- New Preliminary Flood Map Showing Proposed Changes to Existing Map (December, 2010) (PDF)
New Preliminary FEMA Flood Map Showing Proposed Changes to Existing Map (December, 2010)
- Snow Emergency Routes (PDF)
The Township's new snow emergency routes as listed by Ordinance 1604, passed on November 14, 2011. Snow emergency routes are highlighted in red, Township borders are highlighted in green.
- Upper Moreland Township Leaf Zones Map (PDF)
Please do not rake leaves into the street and do not blow or rake sticks, branches, rocks or stones into the piles of leaves to be vacuumed by the Township’s machines so that collection equipment is not damaged. Please removed vehicles from the vicinity of the piles until your street has been vacuumed. The Public Works Department will make every effort to stay on schedule. If you are unsure of your collection area or have any questions concerning the schedule, please call Public Works for assistance at 215-659-4070, Monday through Friday, between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.