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IVYLAND RESIDENTS

Ivyland is a unique and welcoming community that respects all our residents. And as a community, we work together to try to make life in the borough enjoyable and memorable for everyone. We encourage you to not only take advantage of the various events and traditions of our borough, but to volunteer your time and efforts to help continue them and make new ones. If you have any questions about various aspects of living in the Borough, contact the Borough office for more information. We’re here to help!

Friendly Reminders

  • No burning is allowed in the Borough.
  • Please remember to clean up all dog waste.
  • No dogs are permitted in Borough parks.
  • Any street tree being removed requires a permit AND replacement.
  • Sidewalks need to be kept in good condition for the safety of everyone.
  • When replacing sidewalk blocks, a no fee permit is required.
  • Please check with the Borough Office regarding necessary permits BEFORE BEGINNING ANY PROJECT.

Parking in The Borough

For the safety of residents and visitors:

  • Vehicles should not be parked in any way that blocks or partially blocks a sidewalk or a driveway.
  • Vehicles should always be parked at least 30 feet away from any stop sign.
  • Cars and trucks parked on our streets should always be parked with the direction of traffic.

Other state and Borough parking regulations may also apply.  Please obey all posted signs as our Police officers will ticket offenders. If you have any questions, or to report a parking related issue, please contact the Borough office.

Trash Collection

As of January 1, 2021, Leck Waste Services is the Ivyland Borough residential waste and recycling services partner. (Click here to see their flyer describing their services). Trash and recyclables are picked up once each week on Tuesday and should be placed curbside Monday evening for early morning pickup. The limit for trash (non-recyclables), per pickup, is the (1) Leck provided 96-gallon cart and up to (3) homeowner provided containers up to 32-gallon capacity. Those other containers shall not exceed fifty (50) pounds.

Recycling should be co-mingled loose and placed in the Leck-provided recycling cart. Please do not dispose recycling in plastic bags.

Yard waste is picked up every Tuesday from April 1st to December 1st.

  • All paper grades. If you can rip it, recycle it!
  • Empty aluminum, metal, tin, and steel cans (please rinse; put lids in cans)
  • Glass bottles and food jars (please rinse; labels are okay)
  • Fiber beverage containers
  • All plastic bottles marked #1 & #2 (Empty. Clean. Dry.)
  • Newspapers and inserts
  • Magazines, phone books, and softcover books
  • Cardboard/cereal box type packaging, brown paper
  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Shredded paper
  • Food-soiled items (ex. greasy pizza boxes)
  • Plastic flower pots
  • Clear dome covers from takeout food trays
  • Microwaveable food trays
  • Wax paper/wax cardboard
  • Paper towels/napkins
  • Electronics
  • Mirrors
  • Magnetic strips
  • Polystyrene foam (Styrofoam)
  • Ceramics
  • Light bulbs/window glass

Stormwater and Wastewater Management

Stormwater and other wastewater can have harmful impacts to the environment if not managed correctly. That’s why we want to keep residents informed about the things you should be aware of and what you can do to keep the impact of storm and wastewater to a minimum in the borough. Thank you for helping keep the Borough and the environment cleaner and safer for everyone.

See a water issue in the Borough?

Report it to the Borough office so we can take the necessary actions to address it. We appreciate you letting us know.

IVYLAND RESIDENTS

Ivyland is a unique and welcoming community that respects all our residents. And as a community, we work together to try to make life in the borough enjoyable and memorable for everyone. We encourage you to not only take advantage of the various events and traditions of our borough, but to volunteer your time and efforts to help continue them and make new ones. If you have any questions about various aspects of living in the Borough, contact the Borough office for more information. We’re here to help! MORE

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Friendly Reminders

  • No burning is allowed in the Borough.
  • Please remember to clean up all dog waste.
  • No dogs are permitted in Borough parks.
  • Any street tree being removed requires a permit AND replacement.
  • Sidewalks need to be kept in good condition for the safety of everyone.
  • When replacing sidewalk blocks, a no fee permit is required.
  • Please check with the Borough Office regarding necessary permits BEFORE BEGINNING ANY PROJECT.

Parking in The Borough

For the safety of residents and visitors:

  • Vehicles should not be parked in any way that blocks or partially blocks a sidewalk or a driveway.
  • Vehicles should always be parked at least 30 feet away from any stop sign.
  • Cars and trucks parked on our streets should always be parked with the direction of traffic.

Other state and Borough parking regulations may also apply.  Please obey all posted signs as our Police officers will ticket offenders. If you have any questions, or to report a parking related issue, please contact the Borough office.

Trash Collection

As of January 1, 2021, Leck Waste Services is the Ivyland Borough residential waste and recycling services partner. (Click here to see their flyer describing their services). Trash and recyclables are picked up once each week on Tuesday and should be placed curbside Monday evening for early morning pickup. The limit for trash (non-recyclables), per pickup, is the (1) Leck provided 96-gallon cart and up to (3) homeowner provided containers up to 32-gallon capacity. Those other containers shall not exceed fifty (50) pounds.

Recycling should be co-mingled loose and placed in the Leck-provided recycling cart. Please do not dispose recycling in plastic bags.

Yard waste is picked up every Tuesday from April 1st to December 1st.

  • All paper grades. If you can rip it, recycle it!
  • Empty aluminum, metal, tin, and steel cans (please rinse; put lids in cans)
  • Glass bottles and food jars (please rinse; labels are okay)
  • Fiber beverage containers
  • All plastic bottles marked #1 & #2 (Empty. Clean. Dry.)
  • Newspapers and inserts
  • Magazines, phone books, and softcover books
  • Cardboard/cereal box type packaging, brown paper
  • Plastic grocery bags
  • Shredded paper
  • Food-soiled items (ex. greasy pizza boxes)
  • Plastic flower pots
  • Clear dome covers from takeout food trays
  • Microwaveable food trays
  • Wax paper/wax cardboard
  • Paper towels/napkins
  • Electronics
  • Mirrors
  • Magnetic strips
  • Polystyrene foam (Styrofoam)
  • Ceramics
  • Light bulbs/window glass

Stormwater and Wastewater Management

Stormwater and other wastewater can have harmful impacts to the environment if not managed correctly. That’s why we want to keep residents informed about the things you should be aware of and what you can do to keep the impact of storm and wastewater to a minimum in the borough. Thank you for helping keep the Borough and the environment cleaner and safer for everyone.

See a water issue in the Borough?

Report it to the Borough office so we can take the necessary actions to address it. We appreciate you letting us know.