Upper Providence Township Contact:
Upper Providence Township Sewer Authority
935 N. Providence Road, Media, PA 19063
Rose Tree Media School District (administrative offices)
Voter Information provided by the League of Women Voters www.smartvoter.org
STOP call before you dig
If you plan to dig contact - PA 1 call 1-800-242-1776 at least 3 days prior to the dig date
Local Food Bank
Media Food Bank has been providing food and clothing for needy local families in and around the Media area for many years as part of the outreach program at the First United Methodist Church of Media. If you want to contribute call 444-442-0033 for complete details. The hours of operation are 7 - 8 p.m. Thursday and 10-11 a.m. on the second ad fourth Saturday of each month.
CAADC Donations Warehouse - pick up and delivery - call to donate beds, dressers, televisions, living room furniture, tables and chairs, dishes and other kitchen items, etc. see complete details
Realty Tax - Upper Providence Township levies a tax on all property transferred from one owner to another. The collection/payment of the tax takes place at the property closing. The total transfer tax on all real property sold in Upper Providence Township is 3% of the sale price. Of the 3%, 1% goes to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, .5% to the Rose Tree Media School District and 1 1/2% to Upper Providence Township.
2016 Township Tax Levy - 3.926 mils
Delaware County Tax Collections - 610-891-4278
Rose Tree Media School District Taxes - 610-627-6140
Property Tax/Rent Rebate Program - contact 717-787-6960 or the website www.papropertytaxrelief.com
Upper Providence Township seniors (55 and over) are invited to join the Senior Citizens Club. The Club meets the first Tuesday of each month at the Rose Tree Fire House at 1 PM. Members enjoy informative meetings and planned day trips. The Club is free of charge to all Upper Providence Township senior citizens. Come and be a part of the fun!
PLACES OF WORSHIP
ADMINISTRATION HOLIDAYS 2016
The Administration Buildings will be closed on the following dates:
A snow parking & traffic emergency exists when 2 inches or more of ice, sleet, hail or snow is predicted or actually occurs. Certain Township streets are posted as being snow emergency routes. Thus, whenever a snow parking & traffic emergency is in effect, it is unlawful to for any person to obstruct or impede traffic or hinder snow removal or salting operations.