At the Jenkintown Borough Council meeting on April 24 at 7:30 pm, Council will consider a motion to advertise a request for information (RFI) for the acquisition and unified redevelopment of four Borough-owned parcels on Summit Avenue, including Borough Hall, the public works garage/office/yard, and a rental property. Continue reading Borough Council to Consider Request For Information from Developers
Join the Jenkintown Rec Board this Saturday, April 15th for the annual Spring Egg Hunt. The event will take place at the Elementary School playground and field from 10am-12pm. There will be eggs to hunt, an egg toss and even a visit from the Bunny!
Check out the Jenkintown Rec Board Facebook page for more information!
Jenkintown residents and friends: The Borough invites you to participate in a community survey regarding the Cedar Street property that was recently purchased by the Borough. The property is in the early stages of planning as a new open space and park. Public input is vital to the process, so please click the link below and submit your ideas!
And please share this link with anyone else who might be interested in the development of the project.
Jenkintown Borough is looking for a qualified individual to hire as the part-time Fire Marshal. This position will be 8 hours a week, 40 hours a month. Cover letters and resumes should be sent to:
700 Summit Avenue,
Jenkintown, PA 19046
or emailed to :
View the advertisement in it’s entirety here
Jenkintown Borough working in conjunction with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission, Johnson Controls and Uni-Vest Bank has finalized the contract to replace all existing streetlights with energy efficient LED streetlights.
Jenkintown Borough Council approved joining with the DVRPC (Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission) and JCI (Johnson Control Inc.) on the five-county LED street light replacement program. The Borough has completed the extensive application / review process and all street lights are now slated to be replaced with energy saving LED street lights. The installation of the Borough wide LED street light replacements will begin in July 2017. A brief synopsis of the program is that the lighting needs have been reviewed, designed and Engineered. The LED lights will be provided and installed. The cost of the project is offset by Utility rebates and the reduced cost of electricity through energy savings. The design calculations show the project paying for itself in seven years. The lights have an expected maintenance free life of twenty years. Continue reading LED Streetlight Procurement Project Contract Finalized