Andover Utilities Replacement

Yellow, diamond-shaped traffic sign with black text, "Dover Work Zone"

The purpose of this notification is to inform you that Dover Township is currently conducting a utility replacement project within the Andover development. During this project, you will still be able to travel in and out of your development. We request that NO on-street parking take place during this project.…

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Andover Development Project

Yellow, diamond-shaped traffic sign with black text, "Dover Work Zone"

The Dover Township Board of Supervisors on December 13, 2021, accepted a proposal from Doli Construction Corp. to replace/upsize the sanitary sewer and water facilities within the entire Andover Development. The work will start on February 21, 2022 and is scheduled to be completed by May 1, 2023. Spotts, Stevens…

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How can residents and/or system users help?

Dispose of household products safely. Don’t pour solvents, pesticides, paint thinners, engine oil, or household cleaning products with hazardous chemicals down the drain or into a storm sewer. Take them to a recycling center or hazardous waste collection site. Cooking oils and grease should be collected in a container, covered,…

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What is sewage and where does it come from?

Sewage, also called wastewater, is the contaminated water from homes, schools, and businesses.  It comes from toilets, showers, clothes washers, dishwashers, etc.  The contaminants include fecal matter, urine, soaps, detergents, food particles, hair, rags, paper, toys, dead goldfish, and anything else that is disposed in a drain.  A person creates…

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What payment options do we offer?

We accept check, cash and money order. Credit card payments can be made online via the website here (a nominal service fee will be applied to your bill). Payments can be made: Online By Credit Card (a 3% service fee will be charged.) To access your account online, you will need your…

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