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Sullivan Road

Sullivan Road will be marked closed for several hours this morning (5.22.23) for shoulder repair. The road will remain passable for School Buses and Emergency Vehicles.

London Grove Township Wins PSATS Build a Better Mousetrap Award

COMMUNITIES London Grove Township Wins PSATS Build a Better Mousetrap Award April 25, 2023 - by MyChesCo London Grove Township, Chester County, Public Works Foreman Nate Hughes (right, in a black shirt), Director of Public Works Shane Kinsey (holding plaque), and members of the London Grove Township road crew accept the Build a Better Mousetrap Award from Mike [...]

Laurel Valley Soils Donates to Goddard Park Gardeners

2023 Pavement Condition Report

To view the 2023 Pavement Condition Report please click the link below or visit the Public Works page on our website.

PennDOT owned Roadways within London Grove Township

There are various roadways within London Grove Township that are owned and maintained by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT).   For any issues involving these roadway, including potholes and dead deer, please contact PennDOT directly.   PennDOT can be reached at 1-800-FIX-ROAD,  or at their online customer care center These road are N. Guernsey RoadEwing [...]

Bridges and Curverts

Bridges and CulvertsLondon Grove Township is home to many bridges and culverts. These structures are very costly to maintain and to replace. Currently there are three bridges within the Township closed to all traffic; Tice Road, Woodview Road and Glen Willow Road. Woodview Road Bridge and the Glen Willow Bridge are both in the queue [...]

Stormwater Management & MS4 Information

To learn more about Stormwater Management and MS4 please visit for workshops, procedures and more....

Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Odor Complaint Form

To report an odor please fill out the DEP Environmental Complaint Form, or you can call the Department of Environmental Protection, Southeast Region Office at 484-250-5991. The Township receives a monthly break down of all reports.