Sadsbury Park has a clubhouse adjacent to the pool. It can be rented by residents throughout the year for parties and other social events. During the summer, it is also possible for your guests to make use of the pool. Contact the HOA's management company if you are interested.
Please put out your trash on Thursday evening and it will be collected early on Friday morning by Eagle Disposal. Refuse goes in the dark blue 96-gallon can and recycling goes in the light blue can with the yellow lid. The cans should be placed 4 feet apart with the wheels facing your residence. They can be placed just behind the curb in the event of snow. Commingled recyclable materials may include aluminum cans, clear brown and green glass, bi-metal and steel cans, #1 to #7 plastics, corrugated cardboard, newspaper and mixed paper. One bulk item per household per week may also be put out. If there is a holiday during the week, the trash will be collected a day later. Here's the current holiday schedule:
New Year's Day
The pick-up schedule may also change in the event of bad weather, so check Eagle's website if you are not sure. For a more complete set of instructions, please see this flyer (PDF) issued by the Township on behalf of Eagle.
Gas pipeline safety
The WilliamsTransco gas pipeline runs through Sadsbury Park between North Harner Boulevard and South Harner Boulevard. It carries natural gas at high pressure from Texas to New York. Although it happens very rarely, it is important to know what to do in the event of a pipeline emergency, such as a leak. Signs of a leak are as follows:
A strong petroleum scent or other pungent odor, or a smell similar to rotten eggs.
Signs of dead or dying vegetation near the pipeline, dirt blowing into the air, fire coming from the ground.
A hissing, blowing or loud roaring sound.
If you think the pipeline has a leak or failure, follow these steps immediately:
Evacuate the area and try to prevent anyone from entering.
Abandon any equipment being used in or near the area.
Avoid introducing any sources of ignition to the area. This may include vehicles, cigarettes, etc.
Call 911 or contact the local fire department or law enforcement.
Notify the pipeline company. The Transco emergency gas control hotline is 1-800-440-8475.
Do not attempt to extinguish a natural gas fire or attempt to operate any pipeline valves.
For any non-emergency questions about the pipeline, you can call Williams on 1-866-857-7094.