Starting Monday October 17th and ending Friday October 21st the Covered Bridge on Keeley Avenue in New Britain Borough will be closed for bridge repairs. We expect this closure to cause issues for traffic flow in and around Chalfont Borough. Additionally, construction of storm water facilities at Park Avenue and N. Main Street continues daily from 9 am to 3 pm. Please take an alternate route if possible. If that isn’t possible, please allow extra time while traveling through the Borough.
Preservation PA has a brochure for tips on repair and replacement of windows within the Historic District.
A draft of Ordinance 429 regarding parking within the Borough will be discussed at the October 11, 2016 Council meeting.
All groups, families, scouts, and individuals are encouraged to build a scarecrow. We will provide frames, bags for heads, and straw for stuffing—you provide the creativity. Pick up your supplies at Borough Hall October 8th-9th and return your finished scarecrow any time on October 15th-16th. Our Public Works Department will install the scarecrows on the street light poles on main Street and Butler Avenue in time for Halloween.
Place your order for frames and heads by email to email@example.com or call 215-822-3857. If you have any questions, please call the Borough Office at 215-822-7295.
Have you ever wondered what types of woody plants grow on your property? How to choose the right plants for your property? How best to help them thrive? Please join us for a seminar on woody plants and their care by Associate Professor Dr. Mingwang Liu from Delaware Valley University on Oct. 5, 2016 from 7:00pm-8:30pm at Borough Hall, located at 40 North Main Street.
The Agenda for the 10/03/2016 Planning Agenda has been posted.
The Agenda for the 9/26/2016 HARB meeting has been posted.
Doylestown Historical Society will present a talk on Forest Park by John Malack on Thursday, September 22, 7:00 pm in the Doylestown Historical Society Barn, 56 S. Main Street, Doylestown.
Forest Park was an amusement park located on over 140 acres in Chalfont. It closed in 1968 after over 80 years of operation. The park was a major attraction in the area featuring rides, a swimming pool, string bands and other events. It was a popular venue for company picnics having hosted thousands of employees of the Budd Company. John Malack is the founder and chairman of the ‘Friends of Forest Park’ organization having served in that capacity for over 30 years. He has many photos and memorabilia from the park.