The Council Packet for 5/10/2016 has been posted.
The Council Agenda for 5/10/2016 has been posted.
Chalfont Borough and New Britain Township are pleased to announce a combined community shredding event on May 7, 2016 from 9:00am – 1:00pm at the New Britain Township Building. Limit 5 bags per household – paper items only. Since this event is only available for township and borough residents, please be sure to have a valid driver’s license on hand.
The results are in from the Chalfont Borough Parking Survey. Click here to view the presentation of the results from Streets Meeting. This information will be on the Council Meeting Agenda for 5/10/2016 at 7:00pm at Borough Hall. All are welcome to attend the meeting. Have a question? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 215-822-7295 and ask for the Borough Manager.
The 5/2/2016 Planning Commission has been cancelled.
Leaf Collection – Saturday, April 30th! Please put your biodegradable bags of leaves out Friday night. For more information, see our trash page:
The first Chalfont Challenge was held in 1993 in an effort to encourage physical fitness. Our race continues to foster that goal through funding of Chalfont’s Park and Trail Development Program.
The Chalfont Challenge is part of the Bucks 5k Series. This year the race will be held on Saturday, June 4, 2016. The 1-mile Fun Run starts at 8:00am and the Chalfont Challenge 5K starts at 8:30am. To sign up to run, or for more information on the Bucks 5k Series, go to www.bucks5kseries.com
The 2016 running fees are as follows:
$25 Pre-registration for the race through May 27
$35 Beginning May 28 & race day
$10 Fun Run
Family discount — $25 for first 2 runners, then $15 for each additional runner. Pre-registration only.
Please access the series website to sign up for one or all seven races in the series: www.bucks5kseries.com
Business Route 202 Sidewalk Project – The contractor is scheduled to begin work on April 25th . Please be careful while driving through the work zone. Work will include installation of ADA compliant routes, and finishing the installation of the sidewalks including grading, site restoration, etc.
Many household products contain chemicals that cause contamination to the environment if disposed of improperly. The Bucks County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program provides the opportunity for residents to get rid of unwanted hazardous chemicals, such as oil-based paints, pesticides, herbicides, caustic cleaners, pool chemicals, mercury, and automotive and rechargeable batteries, by offering a safe and easy disposal solution.
Residents can drive to any of the collection sites listed, between 9:00 am and 3:00 pm, rain or shine, and their household hazardous waste will be removed from their vehicles and sorted for safe disposal.
No electronics (TVs, computers, or other electronic devices) will be collected this year, due to the effects of a Pennsylvania law, the Covered Devices Recycling Act.
The Council Agenda and Packet for 4/12/2016 has been posted.