Category Archives: Information

Winter Storm Watch Upgraded to Blizzard Watch; Important Information Below – January 22, 2016

The weather forecast for our region is now calling for heavy snow and high winds throughout the evening on Friday and continuing through the weekend. Please use caution if you need to travel.

Below is important information regarding all winter storms: Continue reading Winter Storm Watch Upgraded to Blizzard Watch; Important Information Below – January 22, 2016

Reminder for Holiday Trash and Recycling

The Borough would like to remind you that both trash and recycling will be picked up on Saturday December 26th as well as Saturday January 2nd instead of the usual Friday pick up. Please remember that wrapping paper and boxes are recyclable, but ribbon, Styrofoam and all plastic bags should be put in the trash.  Have a Happy Holiday!

York Road Closure Tomorrow Evening

JENKINTOWN BOROUGH has been notified  by PennDOT and PECO that York Road / RT 611 will have a lane closure tomorrow evening, Wednesday November 11th between the hours of 7:00 PM and 9:30 PM. The lane closure will occur in the northbound lane between Vista Road and Hillside Avenue. The lane closure is required for the safety of the Contractors that will replacing the electrical transformer to continue with the electrical upgrade project. This schedule will be monitored and updated accordingly.

Please plan an alternate route if you must travel through this area to reduce any delays you might encounter.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.

If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to call, email or stop in to Borough Hall. (215) 885 – 0700

FREE Shade Trees for Jenkintown Residents

Jenkintown has a limited number of shade trees to offer residents.  There is NO COST to the property owner.  If you would like to be considered for a tree, please send an email to JenkintownShadeTree@gmail.com  Hurry, as the trees are going quickly!​Be sure to include your name, phone, and street address in your email request.   A representative from the shade tree commission will drive by your house and assess it based on a few criteria, such as overhead utilities, underground utilities, amount of space for the tree to grow, etc.  All trees must be visible from the street for all to enjoy.  There are 3 general categories of trees: small (under 30′), medium (between 30′ – 50′) and large (over 50′).  ​If approved for a tree, the plantings will take place during the weekend of November 13-15, 2015.We are looking for volunteers to help plant.