Join the Yeadon NAACP at the Yeadon Public Library – 809 Longacre Blvd, Yeadon – every Tuesday and Thursday from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm, between March 27th and April 12th to register to vote!
The deadline to register for the May 15th Primary Elections is April 16, 2018.
You may also conveniently register by clicking here.
Due to Wednesday’s impending storm, local public schools will be closed. Borough Hall will also be closed (for normal business as well as for all non-essential personnel).
Residents are advised if possible, to stay off the roads or to curtail travel in the interest of public safety. Snow Crews will be working throughout the storm to plow and salt streets, but an official emergency declaration will not be invoked – meaning cars may park on emergency streets, so long as they do not impede motor vehicle travel. Residents are advised that for emergencies, call 911.
For power outages, call PECO at 1-800-841-4141
For Emergency Management concerns, call 484-843-6872
Also please check the website for continuing updates.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we pull together to safely make it through this latest storm.
The Borough Council is happy to introduce our new Junior Councilor – Maaya El. Maaya is an 11th grader at Penn Wood High School and was nominated by her School Counselor and highly recommended by the school Principal. Maaya is described as a brilliant student with strong leadership skills. We look forward to working with Maaya and exploring all the ideas and suggestions she puts forth.
The Junior Council Person program provides youth in our community an opportunity to get engaged in borough government and develop leadership skills. It allows borough officials to serve as mentors to students who will be future leaders in our community. It also will provide Yeadon Council a perspective that is seldom seen in government – and that is the ideas and thoughts of our youth in our community. There is one more position open and available for any Yeadon high School student that may be interested. Please click here to apply.
Yeadon Borough Council will hold a Legislative Meeting at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 15th in Borough Council Chambers (3rd Floor).
If any person who wishes to attend the meeting and has a disability and/or requires auxiliary aid service or other accommodation to observe or participate in the proceedings then please contact the Borough Secretary at 610-284-1606 in ADVANCE to discuss how those needs may best be accommodated.
Disaster can strike at any moment. We all have a responsibility to be ready. The Borough of Yeadon is required to ensure disaster preparedness for our community. We are asking you to complete this form to help us protect you and your family. The information will be used for the sole purpose of the Yeadon Emergency Management Agency. With this information we can assess the needs of our community in the event of a disaster, whether manmade or natural, and take steps to reduce loss of lives and property. Please take a few minutes to complete by clicking on the link below to get started. Thank you.
Yeadon Borough Council will hold a Caucus Workshop at 7:00 pm on Thursday, March 8th in Borough Council Chambers (3rd Floor).
If any person who wishes to attend the meeting has a disability and/or requires auxiliary aid service or other accommodation to observe or participate in the proceedings, please contact the Borough Secretary (610-284-1606) in ADVANCE to discuss how those needs may best be accommodated.
Due to the snow storm today, Yeadon Borough Municipal Offices will be closed. The William Penn School District is also closed today, Wednesday, March 7th.
Residents with emergency or acute needs should call 911. Please report power outages to PECO at 800.841.4141. If you have a public safety event, please contact the Office Emergency Management at (610) 623-2392.