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Chalfont Challenge 5K on Saturday, June 4, 2022

Registration for the 30th annual Chalfont Challenge 5K is ongoing, and on Friday, June 3rd, you can only register in person at Chalfont Borough Hall, discounted rate still applies.  Tomorrow, on June 4th, the one mile Fun Run will begin at 8:00 AM and the Chalfont Challenge 5K begins at 8:30 AM.  There will be road closures throughout Chalfont Borough on Saturday, June 4, 2022 along the race route from any time after 7:00 AM up until after the race and clean up has been completed (usually by 11:00 AM).  Other roads may also be inaccessible due to their proximity to closed roads along the race route.

Please see this link for more info on the Chalfont Challenge 5K.

Please see this link for the Chalfont Challenge 5K race route map & road closure information.

Shredding & E-Recycling Event on May 7th

2022 Annual Community E-Recycling Waste & Paper Shred Event.
New Britain Township and Chalfont Borough are pleased to announce the Annual Community Shredding and Electronics Recycling Event!  The event is limited to New Britain Township and Chalfont Borough Residents ONLY, valid ID will be required.  No Businesses.
The event will be held at the New Britain Township Administration Building located at 207 Park Avenue in Chalfont on Saturday, May 7, 2022, from 9 AM to 1 PM.
PAR-Recycle Works will supply both shredding and electronic recycling services. Please Note:  You must provide a valid Driver’s License or ID indicating you are a New Britain Township or Chalfont Borough resident upon arrival.
A few things to remember:
• Five (5) bag limit per household (bags should be no larger than the size of a leaf bag).
• Paper Items Only! No Metal, Clips, Binders.
Electronic Recycling:
• Personal computers, printers, VCR/DVD/CD Players, Game Systems (Xbox, Nintendo, PlayStation, etc.) and much more will be accepted.
• No Batteries
• Cost per item is as follows:
$5 LCD Monitors
$20 Flatscreen TV’s
$5 Flat Computer Monitors
$10 Microwaves
$20 AC’s, Dehumidifiers & Air Purifiers
$35-$75 Tube TV’s & Monitors (size varies)
• Cash, Credit Cards, and Checks accepted (written out to PAR-Recycleworks)
• No cost for all other Items.

2022 Tri-Municipal 4th of July Parade

Celebrate Independence Day with us!  New Britain Township and Chalfont & New Britain Boroughs are hosting their annual Tri-Municipal 4th of July Parade on Monday, July 4, 2022, at 9:30 AM.  The parade starts at Town Center (Butler Avenue & Ute Rd.) and follows along Butler Avenue to Rt. 152 North (Main St.) and ends at North Branch Park, 207 Park Avenue in Chalfont.  All are welcome!  Bring your lawn chairs & enjoy your home town, better yet, join us in the parade!  Enter the annual float contest for a chance to win a great prize!  For questions, please call Chelle at New Britain Township, 215-822-1391.

2022 Tri-Municipal Parade FLYER
2022 Parade Participant REGISTRATION FORM

Chalfont Challenge 5K

The 30th running of the Chalfont Challenge 5K will be on June 4, 2022.  For registration information and/or to become a sponsor, please click here.  For any business or individual interested in becoming a sponsor, we are now in the last 30 days of being eligible to have your name added to the 30th anniversary race day t-shirt (deadline is May 6th).

Sign up to be a sponsor or register to run the Chalfont Challenge 5K or the one mile Fun Run today!

Call the Borough office with any questions, 215-822-7295.

Portion of County Line to Close Starting April 11, 2022

PennDOT announced it will close County Line Road between Fairmount Avenue and Bradford Road in Warrington while repairs are made to the roadway, including a replacement of the bridge.  The construction will begin in the spring of 2022 (April 11, 2022) and will close the section of road for one year with a detour.  During this closure, traffic will be detoured over Lower State Road, W. Street Road and Route 611.  Access to residences and businesses along County Line Road will be maintained by PennDOT within the construction zones.

The project is part of a three-mile transportation improvement project between Kulp Road and Route 611 (Easton Road). The improvement project in its entirety is expected to be completed by 2026.