COUNCIL MEETING will be held MONDAY, OCTOBER 18 ,2021 will be In-Person at the Borough Hall 7:30PM
SILVERDALE FOCUS GROUP AND VISIONING WORKSHOP
Please join us! Open to residents and business owners.
Planning Our Future - We Want Your Input
October 19th at 6:30 PM
Pennridge Community Center - 146 E. Main Street
Hosted by: Silverdale’s Community & Economic Development Planning Committee. The community has completed surveys, worked on preference boards at the Silverdale Community Day celebration and now we seek your help in refining the vision of our future. The workshops will have presentations and small group interactive discussions.
The Borough Office is open to the public.
Silverdale Borough utilizes the services of Hilltown Township police. Please find police information here https://hilltown.org/departments/police/
Information and Contact info for Silverdale Fire Volunteer Fire Company can be found at http://www.silverdalefd.org/
If you are in a Crisis situation Call 1-800-499-7455 to speak to a trained crisis worker - Anytime - Day or Night
You may also call one of the numbers below:
Central & Upper Bucks
Adult and Children’s Mobile Crisis (provided through Lenape Valley): 1-877-435-7709
For information on the Bucks County Area Agency on Aging go to: https://www.buckscounty.gov/231/Area-Agency-on-Aging-AAA
Welcome to The Borough of Silverdale, PA!
Thank you for visiting our website www.silverdalepa.org and welcome to Silverdale Borough, a community of families and friends located in Upper Bucks County. Silverdale Borough is primarily a residential community with access to great schools, multiple shopping facilities and many types of recreation activities.
Whether you are visiting or looking to make Silverdale your home or place of business, we hope you find our community a great place to be.
PHONE SCAM-if you or someone you know is a victim of fraud don’t be afraid to report it! https://www.usa.gov/common-scams-frauds Report Telephone Scams Report telephone scams online to the Federal Trade Commission. You can also call 1-877-382-4357. … Report all robocalls and unwanted telemarketing calls to the Do Not Call Registry. Report …Read More
Scammers can fake caller ID info https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2016/05/scammers-can-fake-caller-id-info Have you received a number on your caller ID from someone local or a known number- only to find out it is someone else when you answer the phone? Check out the link above that explains the caller ID scam!Read More
Thank you for your efforts in assisting Republic Services manage thru this unusual situation. We are aware that all citizens are under tremendous pressure during this unusual time . As we think thru the impact of Covid-19 we see a couple possible trends. (1) Recycling Contamination will Increase as …Read More
March 16, 2020 Our Borough Office is closed to the Public. Please leave Sewer and Trash payments in office box. Please don’t hesitate to call the office with any questions. Keeping our employees, residents, visitors and vendors safe is our top priority. To that end, the Silverdale Borough Office is …Read More
In April 2018, all Pennsylvania counties were informed by the Commonwealth that they must select new voting systems that provide a verifiable paper record, and that those new systems be in place no later than the 2020 primary. Those machines have completely replaced our old machines and will be used …Read More
The Borough has announced the 2020 Borough Council and Planning Commission meeting dates for 2020. A list of legal holidays observed by the Borough is also included. Please click here to view the Silverdale Borough meeting and holiday calendar. SILVERDALE BOROUGH 2020 MEETING DATES MONTH COUNCIL PLANNING COMM ZHB …Read More
Hello and Welcome to www.silverdalepa.org , the official website of Silverdale, Pennsylvania Silverdale is a small borough located in Upper Bucks County, and central to Hilltown Township. Thanks for visiting and please explore our website for additional information about our community.Read More
Just a reminder: Chapter 285, Article II, section 9, pertaining to public sidewalks. All sidewalks shall be kept free and clear of leaves, dirt and any other obstructions or substances which may cause inconvenience or injury to pedestrians. Failure of the property owner to remove these hazards from public sidewalks could result in a fine. …Read More