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East Greenville, PA 18041
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8:00 AM to 3:30 PM on Fridays. 
The office is closed between 12:00 PM and 1:00 PM

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Notice:  2018 Real Estate Bills contain a millage rate error.  See the tax collector's memo under Taxes tab for more information.

NOTICE

TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE BOROUGH OF EAST GREENVILLE:

NOTICE is hereby given that the Borough Council of the Borough of East Greenville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, will consider adoption of the following ordinance at its meeting on April 16, 2018, 7:00 PM at Borough Hall, 206 Main Street, East Greenville, PA 18041.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF EAST GREENVILLE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AMENDING THE EAST GREENVILLE BOROUGH CODE OF ORDINANCES; PERMITTING THE KEEPING OF 3 FEMALE CHICKENS IN THE BOROUGH, SUBJECT TO CERTAIN CONDITIONS AND REGULATIONS; REPEALING ALL PRIOR INCONSISTENT ORDINANCES; PROVIDING A SAVINGS CLAUSE; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.

Pursuant to the requirements of the Borough Code, the following is a brief summary of the proposed ordinance:

The ordinance amends section 32-6 Keeping of certain animals prohibited of the Borough Code of the Borough of East Greenville by permitting the keeping of no more than 3 female chickens subject to the requirements of a newly created section, section 32-6a Keeping of chickens.  The ordinance contains applicable definitions; requires a Residential Chicken Permit for the keeping of chickens; contains permit application requirements; procedures and standards for issuance of the permit; sets a 3 year duration for permits; provides standards and procedures for denial, suspension, revocation, and nonrenewal of permits; sets minimum performance standards for keeping of chickens, including limiting the number of chickens that may be kept to no more than 3 female chickens (hens and pullets) and setting enclosure standards (including materials and location); setting maintenance, odor and noise, predators, rodents, insects and parasites, and food standards; prohibiting chickens at large; enumerating unlawful acts; prohibiting nuisances; providing for random inspections; excepting private restrictions; containing violations and penalties procedures; and providing appeal procedures.  The ordinance repeals inconsistent ordinances and contains a savings clause and effective date. 

A copy of the full text of the ordinance under consideration may be examined or obtained at Borough Hall,  206 Main Street, East Greenville, PA 18041.

A copy of the draft ordinance under consideration may be viewed by clicking HERE .

Police Information

The non-emergency telephone number for police calls is 610-635-4300
Please use 911 for all emergency calls. 

You can also call (215) 679-5194, ext 4, for general police business and
to contact Chief Skelton. 
For information on the Pennsylvania State Police, click here:  
http://www.psp.pa.gov/Pages/default.aspx

The Chief of Police would like to let the public know that he would be more than happy to have visitors or answer any questions that the public might have concerning the department.  If you would like to meet with Police Chief Drew Skelton, you may call the Borough at 215-679-5194 to set up an appointment.  If you wish to report an urgent police matter, residents are reminded to always call 911.  
Code and parking violations can now be paid online by clicking on the Pay Bill Online icon below. Select the Payment Type "Code and Parking Violations and follow the instructions.  
Help Wanted
  
East Greenville Borough is seeking interested candidates for a crossing guard position.   Employment application can be obtained from the office at 206 Main Street, East Greenville or at the below link.  
Employment Application
Hometown Hero Banner program
  
If interested in participating in the Hometown Hero Banner program, please visit the UPV Chamber of Commerce website for details:
www.upvchamber.org/hometownheroes
2018 B. C. Meetings
MEETING SCHEDULE
Civil Svc Commission - agenda

  1. 7:00 PM
    Borough Council Meetings
    2x/Month
    First and Third Mondays
  2. 7:30 PM
    Planning Commission
    Monthly
    Third Tuesday
  3. 7:30 PM
    Zoning Hearing Board
    Monthly as needed
    Third Wednesday
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