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HARB vacancy

The Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB) has an opening for a Real Estate Broker.  Interested parties should complete a volunteer form and submit to the borough office by Friday 11/24/2017.  Applicants should be available to come to for an interview with HARB on Monday, 11/27/2017 at 7:00pm.

Council Member Vacancy

At last night’s Borough Council meeting, Borough Council accepted the resignation of Council Member Mike Horvat.  This leaves a vacancy on Borough Council.  If you are interested in serving on Borough Council please complete the volunteer form and send it to Borough Hall by December 5th at 4 pm.  No late submissions will be accepted.   

As a Borough Council member you will attend Council meetings, and help create the policies that run our town.  The time commitment includes one monthly Council meeting, sometimes two, and each meeting generally lasts 2 hours.  There are additional volunteer requirements such as serving on Council subcommittees, reading emails from staff, attending events, and helping with our 5K Run each year.  For more information on the role of Borough Council member or if you have any questions please contact Sandra Zadell at szadell@chalfontborough.com or 215-822-7295.   

Interviews for interested parties will be held on December 12th at 7 pm at Borough Hall.


Fall Leaf Collection: 10/28; 11/11; and 12/2

Fall leaf collections dates are the following Saturdays:  10/28; 11/11; and 12/2

  • Bio-degradable bags must be used. Plastic bags with leaf waste will not be collected.
  • No twigs in bags with leaf waste
  • No tied or bundled twigs or tree trimmings will be picked up on Leaf Pick-Up Days
  • Please have bio-degradable bags at curbside the night before pick up.


101 North Main Street project

Chalfont Borough Facilities Committee along with Borough Council is pleased to announce our newest project! The Facilities Committee has spent the past 12 months scoping a project that both provides parking, brings life into our Borough Core, and saves the historic building at 101 N. Main Street. The added bonus is our future tenant oWowCow. We are finalizing the grant documents for a redevelopment project at 101 N. Main Street. The historic property was originally purchased to house a new police station and parking lot, but with the regionalization, we no longer needed a Police Station. Around the same time we regionalized, we received notice that we had received a $1 million Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) grant allocation. We will be converting the property into an awesome oWowCow location in Spring of 2019. We are also creating a 40+ spot municipal parking lot which will partially be utilized for additional SEPTA parking. We feel that this project achieves revitalization goals we have had for some time (added parking, walk-able vibrant downtown businesses). The project is being funded through a combination of the RACP grant and Borough matching funds.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXsZ99pIISM&sns=em