Sinking Spring Borough Hall
Located at 3940 Penn Avenue
Thursday, December 14th will be the last day for leaf collection.
After that time, residents are asked to take their leaves to the yard waste site located on Yerger Blvd. in Spring Township.
The Borough has vacancies on the following Volunteer Boards:
2 Vacant Seats on the Planning Commission
2 Vacant Seats on the Zoning Hearing Board
Please contact the Borough Office if you are interested in serving on any of these volunteer Boards.
STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
Please visit the websites listed below to educate yourself on Storm Water Management and find out how you can help keep our rivers and streams safe!
Storm Water Discharge From Construction Activities
2017 TRASH AND RECYCLING SCHEDULE
NEW BOROUGH ORDINANCES!
New Borough Ordinance regulating Yard Sales and Garage Sales.
Click here to view Ordinance #611-2014
Yard Sale Permit Application
New Borough Ordinance regulating the issuance of Handicapped Parking Spaces and Sings in the Borough of Sinking Spring.
Click here to view Ordinance #616-2015
NEW ORDINANCE REGULATING PARKING DURING SNOW STORMS!!
New Borough Ordinance amending the Comprehensive Vehicle and Traffic Ordinance in regards to snow emergencies, snow plowing and parking during a snowstorm.
Click here to view Ordinance #618-2015
NEW EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION PROGRAM!
To learn more about the program and to register click on the CodeRED logo above.
THE BOROUGH IS GOING GREEN!
We are now able to send you your Sewer/Refuse bill by e-mail!
Please contact the Borough Office at (610) 678-4903 or e-mail email@example.com if you are interested!
VISIT US ON FACEBOOK
CLICK HERE TO LIKE US
SINKING SPRING BOROUGH CRIME WATCH
If you are interested in participating please contact the police department at 610-678-1906 to obtain an application.
WE NOW ACCEPT CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS FOR SEWER/REFUSE BILLS. WE ARE ALSO PROCESSING AUTO DEBITS FROM CHECKING & SAVINGS ACCOUNTS. PLEASE CONTACT THE BOROUGH OFFICE IF YOU ARE INTERESTED.
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