UPDATE: The Bridge is CLOSED for construction starting 9:00am Tuesday, April 3, 2018.
Construction for the Route 625 (New Holland Road) bridge, spanning Angelica Creek in Cumru Township, Berks County, is scheduled to begin soon as part of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s (PennDOT) Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. Construction is expected to begin tentatively in March and be complete in 75 days. During this time, the bridge will be closed, with drivers directed to follow a detour along Route 568, Route 222 and Route 724.
Click the Picutre to enlarge the detour route.
ONE LANE BRIDGE ON SR 625 STARTING 4/5/2018
PennDOT has begun maintenance on a bridge south of Church Road near the Sawmill area of Nolde Forset for 60 days, beginning 4/5/2018. For this PennDOT project, SR 625 will become a self-regulating stop sign-controlled lane closure.
Your best friend’s best chance to make it home safely is to be properly licensed.
All dogs 3 Months of age or older
Are required by Pennsylvania law to have a current dog license.
Failure to have your dog licensed may result in a fine of up to $300 (per dog).
How much does a license cost? How do I get a Dog License?
Annnual license fees are as follows: In Berks County, you can obtain
a dog license by contacting:
General: A. Dennis Adams, CPA
Dogs that are spayed or neutered $6.50 Berks County Treasurer
Dogs not spayed or neutered $8.50 633 Court Street, 2nd Floor Services Center
Senior citizens (65 years of age and older) Reading, Pa 19601
or persons with proof of disability:
Dogs that are spayed or neutered $4.50 610-478-6640
Dogs not spayed or neutered $6.50
For more infromation, contact the Pennsylvania Department of Agricultures at
You may also contact, Berks County State Dog Warden, Adam Yourkawitch at
The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will be conducting a license canvas in Berks County on April 11th. Multiple wardens will be going door to door educating dog owners as well as checking the status of their dog licenses and rabies vaccinations.