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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.

NEW! Agenda for July 14, 2021 Borough Council Meeting

We are pleased to welcome the Warminster Symphony Orchestra back to Ivyland for our Concert in the Park. The concert will be held on Sunday, August 1 at 7pm in the Ivyland Commons Park at Wilson and Pennsylvania Aves. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy an evening of music. Check here and the Ivyland Facebook page as more details are finalized. The orchestra will be located in the Ivyland schoolhouse parking lot facing out to the Commons. Willard Ave. and a section of Twining will be closed to traffic that evening. Proceeds from the event go toward the 150th Anniversary Celebration of Ivyland Borough in 2023.

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Public Comment: For an added safety measure, could the small "pedestrian state law" signs be placed at the crosswalk on either side of Wilson/Dubois like the signs at the crosswalk at the park Wilson/Pennsylvania Ave.?Even though there is a stop sign at Wilson and Dubois, cars/trucks don't always stop.

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Tony, keep my husband there:) lol

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Public comment: although common spaces in alleyways are the responsibility of the homeowners not the borough, it would be nice if everyone maintained and a reminder went out about that responsibility. Also grass maintenance around stop signs etc. thank you!!

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We have noticed an increase of police presence in the Greeley and Chase corner and have seen a few stops in the morning. Thank you for that. Evening hours 430+ are a very active time too. 😉

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Public Comment: For an added safety measure, could the small "pedestrian state law" signs be placed at the crosswalk on either side of Wilson/Dubois like the signs at the crosswalk at the park Wilson/Pennsylvania Ave.?Even though there is a stop sign at Wilson and Dubois, cars/trucks don't always stop.

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Tony, keep my husband there:) lol

Sound isn’t working

Public comment: although common spaces in alleyways are the responsibility of the homeowners not the borough, it would be nice if everyone maintained and a reminder went out about that responsibility. Also grass maintenance around stop signs etc. thank you!!

Where is the sound

We have noticed an increase of police presence in the Greeley and Chase corner and have seen a few stops in the morning. Thank you for that. Evening hours 430+ are a very active time too. 😉

Good evening! Audio is hard to hear.

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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.

NEW! Agenda for July 14, 2021 Borough Council Meeting

Concert in the Park

We are pleased to welcome the Warminster Symphony Orchestra back to Ivyland for our Concert in the Park. The concert will be held on Sunday, August 1 at 7pm in the Ivyland Commons Park at Wilson and Pennsylvania Aves. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and enjoy an evening of music. Check here and the Ivyland Facebook page as more details are finalized. The orchestra will be located in the Ivyland schoolhouse parking lot facing out to the Commons. Willard Ave. and a section of Twining will be closed to traffic that evening. Proceeds from the event go toward the 150th Anniversary Celebration of Ivyland Borough in 2023.

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