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The Historic District of Ivyland Borough was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The Victorian architecture of the original Borough which dates from 1873 is the defining character which led to our inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. We are proud of the history and heritage of our little borough and are committed to serving our residents and community now and for the future.

Mayor Anthony Judice

Look here and on our Facebook page for the latest notices and announcements from the Borough.  We’ll also alert you to any legal Public Notices that we have published. These will also be archived going forward on the new Public Notices page.

We are aware of the somewhat mangy-looking fox that is openly roaming the borough.  Appropriate Animal Control authorities have been notified. PLEASE: DO NOT APPROACH and DO NOT FEED the fox. Seriously, don’t.  It is a wild animal and should be respected as such.  It does not appear to be aggressive, but should you observe that type of behavior please notify us at once.  In the meantime, let’s give it its space and hopefully it moves on “unassisted”.

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18 hours ago

Ivyland Borough

Our police dept. spoke to a representative from Animal Control who advised residents not to leave food out for the wayward fox. It will acclimatize it to humans and food and create more problems for the fox. It is also not advised to approach the fox. It is a wild animal and may behave unexpectedly. ... See MoreSee Less

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It also has a wicked case of mange.

I can only say DUH

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18 hours ago

Ivyland Borough

Our police dept. spoke to a representative from Animal Control who advised residents not to leave food out for the wayward fox. It will acclimatize it to humans and food and create more problems for the fox. It is also not advised to approach the fox. It is a wild animal and may behave unexpectedly. ... See MoreSee Less

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It also has a wicked case of mange.

I can only say DUH

A Message from the Mayor

The Historic District of Ivyland Borough was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2002. The Victorian architecture of the original Borough which dates from 1873 is the defining character which led to our inclusion on the National Register of Historic Places. We are proud of the history and heritage of our little borough and are committed to serving our residents and community now and for the future.

Mayor Anthony Judice

Public Notices & Announcements

Look here and on our Facebook page for the latest notices and announcements from the Borough.  We’ll also alert you to any legal Public Notices that we have published. These will also be archived going forward on the new Public Notices page.

A Fox on the Block

We are aware of the somewhat mangy-looking fox that is openly roaming the borough.  Appropriate Animal Control authorities have been notified. PLEASE: DO NOT APPROACH and DO NOT FEED the fox. Seriously, don’t.  It is a wild animal and should be respected as such.  It does not appear to be aggressive, but should you observe that type of behavior please notify us at once.  In the meantime, let’s give it its space and hopefully it moves on “unassisted”.

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