Barrett Township, PA

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Event Calendar


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Upcoming Events in Barrett:

21 May 2019
Municipal Primary Election (Monroe County)

22 May 2019
08:00AM -
Supervisor Meeting (AM) (Open to Public)

22 May 2019
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Barrett Senior Center - Regular Meeting

22 May 2019
06:15PM - 07:15PM
Rotary Club Meeting

23 May 2019
06:00PM - 07:00PM
Pocono Area Recreation Commission

26 May 2019
09:00AM - 11:00AM
Spring Birding at Buck Hill

27 May 2019
02:00PM -
Memorial Day Ceremony @ High Acres Park

29 May 2019
09:00AM - 01:00PM
Barrett Senior Center - Regular Meeting

29 May 2019
06:15PM - 07:15PM
Rotary Club Meeting

29 May 2019
07:00PM - 08:00PM
Barrett Township Environmental Advisory Council

SR 447 will close both directions for bridge replacement work from the intersection of Golf Drive to the intersection of Long Road in Barrett Township, Monroe County. A detour is established utilizing SR390 North to Roemersville Road to Hemlock Grove Road and back to SR 447. Work will begin 03/25/19 and Estimated Date and Time to Reopen (ETR) will be 08/30/19.

Update 2/12/19

Tunnel Detour in the Poconos Riddled with Potholes

Stites Tunnel project will impact thousands of drivers

POCONO TOWNSHIP — A PennDOT construction project on Route 191 is expected to cause detours for more than 5,000 commuters per day for 11 months during 2019.

Crews will be replacing the Route 191 Bridge in Pocono Township and detours in the area are expected to last from Jan. 7 until the projected completion date in Dec. 2019.

Barrett Township has four elected positions on the ballot this year.  Summary:

  • Supervisor John Seese (D) is running for re-election, unopposed
  • Karen Herring (R) is running for Auditor, unopposed
  • Nobody is running for the second open auditor position
  • Judge Phillip Riley is running for Magesterial District Judge 43-4-02, unopposed

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