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Please contact PECO at 1-800-841-4141.
The Township ordinance defines disturbing the peace as loud, unnecessary noises during the hours of 11 p.m. and 6 a.m. during the week and between 11 p.m. and 8 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For more information, view Ordinance No. 307 "Disturbing the Peace Ordinance".
The Township has a curfew ordinance which states that juveniles (seventeen years old or younger) must not be in a public place unescorted by an adult between the hours of 10:30 p.m. and 6:30 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. The hours for Friday and Saturday are from midnight to 6 a.m. For more information, view Ordinance No. 78 "Curfew".
The police department is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There is a Police Communications Operator on at all times.
Contact an outside contractor.
Contact the Police Department at 610-279-9033 and ask for the Detective Division.
Police officers are not permitted to take reports by phone. You must come to the police station or have an officer respond to your home if you are a township resident.
Whitpain Township Police Station
960 Wentz Road
District Court schedules all hearings. District Court offices are located at:
653 Skippack Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422
They may also be contacted via phone at 215-646-8201.
PennDot's website will answer most questions and provides toll-free telephone numbers to assist you. For more information, visit PennDot.
Visit PennDot Driver and Vehicle Services.
If you have fear for your (or someone else's) personal safety, contact the Police Department immediately! To report an emergency, please dial 911. For non-emergency calls, please dial 610-279-9033. Additionally, you may want to consult with an attorney on civil matters.
Helpful information or contact points:
You may want to consult with an attorney. These links will provide you with helpful information or contact points:
Information regarding county offices and services may be obtained by calling the main switchboard at 610-278-3000 or visit the Montgomery County website.
The Pennsylvania State Police are the central repository for criminal history information in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This site details the steps for obtaining criminal history information. For more information, view Pennsylvania State Police. For criminal records, call the PA State Police Criminal Records & Identification Division at 717-783-5494, or Fax 717-705-8840.
You can call the following toll free number 800-227-2358. This program is funded by PennDot. The information is provided by the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. You may also contact the PA State Police Barracks.
Further information may be obtained from the PA Game Commission at 610-926-3136. If you see a deer, fox or coyote do not try to make contact with the animal. These animals will generally not make contact with humans they will eventually move on.
Contact Aark Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center at 215-249-1938 or e-mail them here. Donations are appreciated.