Upper Dublin Township to receive $125K for Twining Valley Park improvements and TreeVitalize program

Senator Maria Collett has announced more than $2.3 million in grant funding for local projects awarded through the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ (DCNR’s) Community Conservation Partnerships Program.

Upper Dublin Township will receive $19,800 for payment toward a trail easement on approximately 0.34 acres for a connection between school district property and Twining Valley Park, and another $105,600 to coordinate the Upper Dublin Township TreeVitalize program for years 2024-2027.

The second grant is expected to engage residents in planting and caring for trees along streets, in parks, and in other public spaces. Work will include the installation of approximately 1,700 trees in the Delaware River Watershed.

Upper Moreland Township will receive $1,250,000 for the rehabilitation and further development of Woodlawn Park.

“Investing in our parks strengthens our communities and makes good economic sense for Pennsylvania,” said Senator Collett. “I’m proud to have played a role in ensuring so many worthy projects in our district received funding, and I will continue to support efforts to protect and develop our natural resources.”

Other grant recipients in the 12th District include:

  • Hatboro Borough – $25,000 to prepare a Feasibility Study for the rehabilitation of Hatboro Memorial Park Pool Complex.
  • Natural Lands – $884,700 for payment toward the acquisition of approximately 679 acres along Upper Ridge Road in Marlborough and Salford townships for an addition to William Penn State Forest.
  • Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust – $46,500 for the development of the Pennypack Ecological Restoration Trust Trail Network in Lower Moreland and Upper Moreland Townships and Bryn Athyn Borough. Work to include installation of approximately 40 wayfinding signs; ADA access, landscaping, project sign and other related site improvements.