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Oct 16, 2020

Stream Clean-up October 31st

The Perkiomen Watershed will be coordinating Stream Clean Up Dates on October 30th (for corporate groups) and October 31st (for general volunteers).  Clean-up sites are located throughout the watershed - check out our clean-up map to see exactly where volunteers will be located. 


Oct 12, 2020

Borough Hall Office Building For Sale By Auction

Schwenksville Borough Hall is moving to 300 Main Street effective November 2, 2020.  Borough Operations will be on-line and by email only for two weeks beginning November 2, 2020 and ending November 13, 2020.     The former Borough Hall building located at 140 Main Street will be sold via Public Auction    To request an Auction Property Information Package please register here.   The New Borough Hall at 300 Main Street will open to the public Monday, November 16, 2020 at 9:00 AM.
Oct 02, 2020

Halloween in Schwenksville Borough

Schwenksville Borough has canceled its annual Halloween Parade for 2020 due to the CoronaVirus.       Halloween Trick or Treating is not regulated by the Borough.  Please consult Montgomery County Health Department guidance.
Sep 28, 2020

Volunteers help landscape

Volunteers from Liberty Ministries assisted Borough Council Vice-President Lee Ann Miller and other volunteers weed, and spread new mulch at the Main Street Plaza.    Thank you for your community service!

Liberty Ministries Plaza 2020 (002)
Sep 28, 2020

Partnership TMA hands out bike Helmets

Thank you to #PartnershipTMAofMontgomeryCounty and The Pennsylvania State Police for bringing their wonderful "I love you & your brain too" program to Schwenksville Borough.
Jul 02, 2020

Summer Fun Takes Off

Meadow Park has been teeming with visitors which has been absolutely thrilling.   The Boat Ramp, in particular, has seen a lot of use and we couldn't be more excited.   Visitors from all over Montgomery County have discovered Meadow Park; just ask Lindsey Oremus who was found tubing with her boyfriend.  They took two cars and left one at the take-out point and one at the launch site and spent a refreshing hour or two on the Perkiomen Creek.   Check out the Perkiomen Water Trail for Information on where to put in and take out your tubes or boats.
Jun 26, 2020

Our New Website is Launched!

Schwenksville Borough is excited to announce it has just launched a new website powered by ReviZe, the government website experts.    The new website will provide improved service delivery, more transparency and will be easier for staff to update.    We hope you enjoy it. 

This new site is the first website design update in seven years and comes with new capabilities such as on-line form submittal, an on-line document center, e-notifications, 311 Reporting System, an improved calendar and improved navigation. 

Please note that sections of the website are still being enhanced and added.  Not all pages have completed content and not all documents have been loaded to the document center.   We are also still in the process of converting PDF's to fillable forms. 

Feel free to submit comments or suggestions for the website
May 01, 2020

COVID-19 Information

At their May Business Meeting, Borough Council approved of a Borough Hall Operations Policy proposed by the Borough Manager.    Borough Council Meetings will be conducted via Zoom until further notice on their regularly advertised Date and Time.   Access information will be posted one week in advance.  Borough Hall will also remain closed to the public except by appointments approved on a case by case basis and limited access to individuals wearing masks will be permitted. 

Meadow Park, and the boat ramp remain open. The playground is open for use at your own risk. The Borough does not spray, clean or disinfect the playground by any means that would prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The Borough Tax Collector will be permitted to host his office hours for June and July, providing that he abides by the policy and that he and taxpayers wear masks upon entry to Borough Hall.   All business is encouraged to be conducted via email, on-line or via U.S. Mail.