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Information about the plan has been included in Township publications and notifications and on the 

Township Webpage  Stormwater Matters

The Township is close to enacting a Stormwater Management fee that will take effect for all property owners in 2022. Plan to attend the November 3, 2021 Pubic Works Meeting to learn current details.


View the Public Meeting  of Wednesday, August 25  where fee implementation and fee structure were discussed. Questions can be directed  stormwater@cheltenham-township.org.

Previous Public meetings held to discuss the formulation of the plan​.


For more than a year this initiative has been discussed in various meetings. As part of the process, a Stormwater Advisory Committee made up of residential, commercial and institutional property owners and Township officials was formed.


View Township videos of the public meetings and related PowerPoint presentations that have shaped the plan here.

Click the image to view the document.

Discussion of the plan begins at the 1hr 9 minute  mark of the August 4 video.

Spring/Summer Newsletter

2021 

Discussion of the plan begins at the 45:13 minute mark of the June 17 video.

Cheltenham Township 2020-21 Calendar  Page 

Township Mailing

Over the last decade Cheltenham Township has  pursued ways to manage stormwater runoff . 



Plans for flood mitagation projects with the United States Army Corps of Engineers (ACOE) and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) have been in the discussion process for years. This past year, in accordance the​  Township's 5  Year Financial Plan ,  the Township commissioned a study to determine the feasibility of implementing a stormwater management fee to cover the expense of managing stormwater in the Township.  The result is the Stormwater Management Program with  a proposed three-tiered assessment  fee. All property owners, regardless of  tax status, would be subject to the fee. The fee will likely be adopted by the Board of Commissioners  in the fall of 2021 and will appear on property owners' 2022 tax  bills.