The basic one-container subscription has changed from the 2016 rate of $292 to $307 for 2017. Each additional container costs an additional $61.
For those who place refuse/recycling for collection at the curb, no further fees were incurred.
Solid Waste Fee Subscriptions
One Mini-Can (20-gallon container)
1 Container (up to 45-gallons)
Rear Yard Collection Fee (optional)
What does LMTV do?
LMTV is the Government Access Cable channel in Lower Merion Township. It is provided to residents of Lower Merion who subscribe to Comcast Cable Television. The Township uses LMTV to inform its residents of Township services, upcoming events and Township meetings.
What is the program schedule?
Board of Commissioners' Committee Meetings beginning at approximately 7:00 p.m. are broadcast live on the first and second Wednesdays of the month with the monthly Board meeting broadcast live on the third Wednesday of the month beginning at approximately 8:00 p.m.
Channel 7 charges a $30 fee for each copy. Copies of many shows are available for borrowing through the Lower Merion Library System.
How do I get a message on the Government Access Channel?
All messages aired on LMTV are posted by the Public Information Office. Message content is usually in reference to Township services.
Will LMTV tape our event?
Only Township-sponsored events are considered for taping.
Does the Government Access Channel offer an internship program?
Yes. High school and college students may receive college credit for interning at LMTV. Have your school contact LMTV, Lower Merion Township, 75 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003-2376.
How can I get involved at the Government Access Channel?
Individuals wishing to volunteer for LMTV should have experience in video production, ENG and/or EFP. If you are interested please send your resume to LMTV, Lower Merion Township, 75 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore, PA 19003.
What is the phone number for reporting a hazardous spill or leak?
Contact the Montgomery County office of Voter Services in Norristown at 610-278-3280.
Where do I find out where to vote?
Access the list of current polling locations or contact the Montgomery County Board of Elections at 610-278-3275 or the League of Women Voters of Lower Merion and Narberth at 610-896-4700. Refer to the League of Women Voters Guide for the list of polling places. The "Guide" is published in local newspapers and is available in the Township Administration Building and Township Libraries. You can also access current polling places using a Township search form.
How can I contact the Better Business Bureau?
Call the Philadelphia Office at 1-215-448-6100.
How can I register a formal complaint with regard to my Comcast cable television or internet service?
A formal complaint takes place after the customer has contacted Comcast and the problem has not been properly resolved. To contact Comcast about a cable TV matter, call 610-667-8880. For comcast.net inquiries, call 888-793-0800. To register a formal complaint, either call 610-645-6199 or e-mail. The Township's Public Information Officer will forward the matter to Comcast officials and ensure that a satisfactory resolution occurs.
Where may I call to complain about low-flying aircraft?
Call the Federal Aviation Administration's Regional Office of Flight Standards at 1-610-595-1500.