Spring in Scott Park          
    13th Annual Scott Park Day
Saturday, April 15, 9:00 am until Noon

This is a great opportunity to enjoy the park while helping to maintain the area.  We are doing this in conjunction with CRC's Creek Day (even though we are a week earlier).  Plans are to remove trash and fencing in the area and along Ridley Creek.  Weather permitting we are hoping to stain the 3 benches in the park located along the trails and at the creek.

A Picnic Lunch will be provided at 11:30 to all volunteers. 

We will meet at the North Entrance to Scott Park which is located across from 1071 N Ridley Creek Road. 

Please let us know if you plan to attend.


Ongoing Improvements

Since 2004, Upper Providence for Open Space has played a significant role in making improvements to Scott Park.

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Protect Our Water

The riparian buffer provided by Scott Park provides a vital filter to keep our drinking water clean. 

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  Master Plan
Delco Planning and NLT complete developement of a Master Plan for Scott Park and surrounding municipal lands. 

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  UPOS History
   Bond Fund Acquisitions
2005 UPT Comprehensive Plan
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    Who's Who In Council
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     Natural Lands Trust
     Clean Water Action
     PA Dept of Consrvtn & Natrl Resrces
     Delaware County Conservation
     Delaware County
     Upper Providence Township    

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Scott Park in the Morning
A Township Treasure...

Scott Park is truly a gem in the township.  Its woodlands, marshes, ponds, and fields provide a bucolic setting  for all
to enjoy


Flooding at the Park

Periodic heavy rains demonstrate the fragile nature of the park and its regular susceptibility to flooding.
Scout Project

Since 2009, UPOS has worked with numerous Eagle Scouts who have contributed to Scott Park on their way to becoming an Eagle Scout.


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Scott Park Location

Scott Park is located along the Southwestern Border of the Township along North Ridley Creek Road between Baltimore Pike and Rose Tree Road.

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