Friday August 22th - Sunday August 24th
Detour on Trips West of
King of Prussia to Phoenixville
SEPTA SERVICE CHANGES
Route 205, Route 206, Route 204
in Effect September 2
Main St. from Church to Bridge
Main & Bridge St. Parking Lot
3rd Ave. between
Phoenixville Senior Academy
Phoenixville Comunity Health Foundation
in collaboration with Widener University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), offers courses each Fall and Spring semester (no tests and no terms papers!!) for senior citizens in the greater Phoenixville area.
To Register: Call Phoenixville Community Health Foundation office 610-917-9890, speak with Holly Megay, she is handling
the registrations and will help get
Checks of $30 for each course should be made out to: ”Widener University” and
in the memo section of the check note “Phx. Senior Academy/OLLI”
has been named
#5 in the Top 10 Most Exciting
Places to Live in Pennsylvania by Movoto
As the street sweeping in the Borough is in
full swing. Please be advised that all Borough residents/property owners are responsible
for keeping their sidewalk (including the ramps
at corners) and driveway curb cuts free of
grass, weeds, and debris. The street sweeper
cannot get to those areas, but with your
assistance, they can get the debris that has
been swept out and placed close to the
corner and curb as possible.
In addition to providing traveler information
on the go, the application helps drivers make
travel decisions before they leave by linking to
the 511PA website, www.511PA.com. The site
provides alerts, cameras and more for PennDOT-maintained roadways as well as the
To download the application, visit the iTunes
or Google Play stores and search for “511PA.”
In addition to the mobile application, motorists
can sign up to receive personal, customizable
travel alerts, or follow the statewide or regional Twitter feeds assigned to each 511PA region.
PennDOT reminds drivers to not call or look
at any of 511PA’s services while driving.
The Box was purchased by the
Chester County District Attorney’s Office
and placed in the Police's lobby
(351 Bridge street 1st Floor)
as a public service to our citizens.
The drop box is available during regular
business hours for the Police Department.
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 4:30 pm.
If anyone has any questions please feel
free to contact Sgt. Glenn Eckman firstname.lastname@example.org or
610-933-8801 Ext. 817
2014 Parking Permits
are available to purchase.
A New Parking Application must be filled out
in order to receive any 2014 Parking Permit.
The Special Needs Registry is designed to help emergency responders plan for and safely evacuate people
who may find it difficult to help themselves
in the event of a major disaster.
Mail completed form to:
Phoenixville Emergency Management
351 Bridge Street, 2nd Floor
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Military & Family Support Initiative
Military & Family Support Initiative supports
Active Duty Military, Aids Military Families
and Assists Veterans through providing
access to opportunities for educational
benefits, employment-related opportunities,
and available services that may be able to help
with housing needs.
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
(PHMC) announced the recent addition of a
smart phone app that will allow users to pinpoint
the numerous historical markers
statewide. If you’re out and about this summer
or just feel like exploring the Keystone State, go to
www.patrailsofhistory.com and let
your phone be your guide to your next adventure
Buy Fresh Buy Local Food Guide
Chester County Agricultural Development Council
introduces you to some of the farmers and organizations committed to bringing you healthy and local foods.