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Delaware Township Public Works is responsible for approximately 23 miles of Township Roads and maintaining all Township property.

Full-Time Public Works Crew:
      Rich Bailo, Road Master
      John Klaus
      Bob Holderith
      Dan Bellino
      Rick Schultz, Emergency Snow Plow Driver
      Steve Schmalzried, Emergency Snow Plow Driver/Bulk Day Attendant
      Mike Montague, Emergency Snow Plow Driver

All phases of road work are completed by Public Works. Larger projects (paving, seal coating, replacing large pipes) are contracted out. The Township owns and maintains:
     Two (2) 36,000 GVW Trucks equipped with plows and spreaders
     Two (2) F-550 Ford Dump Trucks, equipped with plows and spreaders
     Two (2) Pick-up trucks equipped with plows
     Grader; Loader; Backhoe; Miscellaneous Road Maintenance Equipment

Contact Information for Road Master:
     Phone   570-828-2347
     Fax        570-828-8705
     Email    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Damage to mailboxes and/or posts from snow thrown from the snowplow is not the township’s responsibility.  Property owners have the sole responsibility for the repair or replacement of the mailbox and post in the event the snow cast from the plow is the cause of the damage.

Official Policy Statement regarding Delaware Township Road Department activities during winter or other weather-related events.
In accordance with commonwealth statutes and compliance with the Township’s promulgated emergency operations plan, Delaware Township Public Works (road department) equipment and employees are only authorized to enter any private community or development in direct support of responding emergency services- fire department, ambulance corps or state police, to an incident dispatched by Pike County Public Safety for the sole purpose of assisting in providing access to or egress from the emergency scene for emergency vehicles and personnel responding, or as requested by the emergency service officer in charge or the incident commander via established radio communication or cell phone.

All community associations, boards and members should be reminded that these are the only times and conditions under which Municipal resources are permitted to operate within private property or on Commonwealth or Federal Roads, regardless of weather or other circumstances, as part of the adopted “emergency operations plans”, compliant with Federal and State NIMS (National Incident Management System) directives. Commonwealth statutes relating to the assumption of liability for 2nd class townships and employees, prohibit any actions outside of these adopted policies. Residents who call 911 and request assistance for any valid emergency, fire, medical, etc. can be assured that a comprehensive response from all appropriate agencies will be initiated, however, even during “declared disaster emergencies” the responsibility for ongoing road maintenance, hazard or debris removal during any phase of a disaster remains with the property owner or community association.

Penn DOT Maintained Roads in Delaware Township       

SR-2001        Milford Road
SR-2002         Wilson Hill Road
SR-2004         Silver Lake Road
SR-0739         739 

Delaware Township Maintained Roads

Log & Twig Road
Emery Road
Chestnut Ridge Road
Johnny Bee Road
Kitty Harker Road
Spencer Road
Weber Road
Childs Park Road
Myck Road
Mary Stuart Road
Doodle Hollow Road
Doolan Road
Sproul Road
Nichercronk Road
Long Meadow Road
Juniper Road
Ball Park Road
Thiel Drive
Pocono Circle Drive
Delaware Crest Drive
Trinity Court
Crest Court
Reser’s Way
Good Shepard Drive (Akenac Park )
O’Connor Lane   (Akenac Park )
Abby Lane  (Akenac Park )
Il'Tbo   (Akenac Park )

Problems with PennDOT ?

Delaware Township receives numerous complaints each month about the maintenance (or lack thereof) of the State Roads running through the Township.  Be assured that the Board of Supervisors is working hard to bring these concerns to the proper authorities.  If you experience problems with plowing, potholes, or other safety concerns on State roads, you are advised to contact PennDOT and the elected officials that oversee them to express your concerns and opinions.

When contacting PennDOT or your elected officials, please keep in mind the following:

1.  Be specific -  PennDOT can't fill potholes they can't find.
2.  Be concise - Nobody is going to read a 20 page letter.
3.  Be sure its a PennDOT Road
4.  Reference the SR number and not the road name.
5.  Regular letters carry more weight than e-mail (But feel free to send both).
6.  Avoid threats (no matter how mad you are, threats are against the law). 

PennDOT - Pike County Office
P.O. Box 1509
Milford, PA  18337
(570)  296-7193

PennDOT - District 4-0 Headquarters
Richard Roman, P.E.
District Executive

Susan Hazelton, P.E.
Assistant District Executive - Design

Harold Hill, P.E.
Assistant District Executive - Construction

Jonathan Eboli, P.E.
Assistant  District Executive - Maintenance

Jessica Ruddy
Community Relations Coordinator

Governor Josh Shapiro
Governor’s Correspondence Office
508 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA  17120
Phone:  (717) 787-2500
FAX:      (717) 722-8284

State Senator Lisa Baker
Senate Box 203020
Harrisburg, PA  17120-3020
FAX  (717) 787-9242

State Representative Joseph Adams
164A East Wing
P.O. Box 202139
Harrisburg, PA 17120-2139
(717) 783-2037
Fax: (717) 782-2910

State Representative Tara Probst
18 South 9th Street, Suite 105
Stroudsburg, PA 18360-1630
(570) 420-2850
Fax: (570) 420-2854