The Borough of Pennsburg is located is scenic northern Montgomery County. Pennsburg prides itself
on being a small, friendly community. 
With approximately 3,800 residents, Pennsburg Borough
covers less than one square mile. Our website provides
vital information for residents and visitors
about public services, current events, permits,
meeting schedules and more.
Visit our website often to obtain up to date information.

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Contact Us
Pennsburg Borough Office
76 West 6th Street, Pennsburg, PA  18073
Office hours Monday - Friday 8:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M.
Phone: 215-679-4546; Fax: 215-679-5140
Email: pennsburginfo@pennsburg.us

To leave a message for Council Members and the Mayor:   Email or call 215-679-4546, ext. 3.
 


RESIDENT CONCERN REPORT 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Council Meetings
Meetings are held at Civic Building,
76 W. 6th Street, Pennsburg (upper level).
Residents are encouraged to attend.
Find out what's happening in the community
 or voice your opinion. 
The agenda will be posted prior to the meeting.

COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
October 4, 2016
7:00 P.M.
The Upper Perk Police Commission Meeting  scheduled for September 26th at 6:45 P.M., will take place at the
East Greenville Fire House,
401 Washington Street, East Greenville.

 


 

Upper Perk Police Department
88 West 6th Street
Pennsburg, PA 18073
Non-Emergency:
215-679-8203
Emergency Only: 911
Email: police@upperperkpd.org
 
 

 

The Upper Perk Police District has obtained a
PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION COLLECTION BOX.
Collection Box Located at the Upper Perk Police Station
Call 215-679-8203 for additional information.

To Report Potholes on State Roads (Route 663 & Route 29) 
CALL 1-800-FIX-ROAD.
Montgomery County Emergency Preparedness Guide
Do you or someone you know have special needs in the event of an emergency? Click here.
If you are in need of EMERGENCY SHELTER call
215-679-5311.

LIHEAP, formally known as the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, is a federally-funded program that helps pay the home energy bills of PPL Electric Utilities customers who meet income-eligibility requirements. Go to www.pplelectric.com/liheap to see if you are eligible.

Please report street light outages to the borough office at 215-679-4546, ext. 3.

 



 

 
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