The Borough of Yeadon is currently accepting resumes of residents interested in serving on a number of boards and committees.
Boards/commissions with vacancies are listed below. Letters of interest and resumes should be sent to the Borough Manager via mail or email. Thank you.
Mironda Presswood, Borough Manager
600 Church Lane, Yeadon, PA 19050
A Library Board member is appointed by Council in three year terms. There are a total of nine people on the Board and their terms expire in different years. The Board meets on the fourth Thursday of each month. The Board is responsible for presenting a financial report to Council by November 1 of each year. The Board also gives free library service to the residents and taxpayers.
A Zoning Board member is appointed by Council for a five year term, one member’s term should expire each year. There are a total of five people on the Board and up to no more than three alternates. Alternates serve for three year terms. The Board meets as needed and is responsible has exclusive jurisdiction to hear and render final adjudication on matters; such as, code officer enforcement appeals on permits, the administration of a floodplain or flood hazard, applications for variances, etc.
The Yeadon Borough Historical Commission
A Yeadon Borough Historical Commission member is appointed by Council for a five year term. There are a total of seven people on the Commission.
The membership shall be as follows:
- Members shall be persons with knowledge or an interest in the preservation of the Yeadon Borough’s historic, and the propagation of the history of the Yeadon Borough and the surrounding area.
- One member shall be a registered architect.
- One member shall be a licensed real estate broker.
- One member shall be the Yeadon Borough Building Inspector.
- Four members shall be persons with knowledge or an interest in the preservation of Yeadon Borough’s historic resources.
- Resumes evidencing the qualifications of the members shall be filed with the Borough Secretary.
- In the event a registered architect and/or a licensed real estate broker who is also a resident of Yeadon Borough cannot be appointed to serve or is unwilling to serve on the Commission, Borough Council may appoint a registered architect and/or licensed real estate broker who is not a resident of the Borough but who otherwise meets the qualifications to serve on the Commission. In the event a Borough resident who is a registered architect and/or licensed real estate broker desires to serve on the Commission, that individual(s) shall be given preference over non-Borough residents applying for the same position.
- To conduct a survey of buildings for the purpose of determining those of historical and/or architectural significance and pertinent facts about them; and to maintain and periodically revise the detailed listings of historic sites and buildings and data about them, appropriately classified with respect to national, state or local significance, and to period or field of interest, including cultural characteristics of the Borough of the life of an individual significant in the past and associated with the Borough.
- To propose, as deemed appropriate, the establishment of historical districts located in Yeadon Borough.
- To formulate recommendations concerning the establishment of an appropriate system of markers for selected historic and/or architectural sites and buildings, including proposals for the installation and care of such historic markers.
- To formulate recommendations concerning the preparation and publication of maps, brochures and descriptive material about the history of Yeadon Borough and/or its historic and architectural sites.
- To cooperate with and to advise the Yeadon Borough, Borough Planning Commission and any other agencies or boards in matters involving historically and/or architecturally significant sites and buildings.
- To cooperate with and enlist assistance from the National Park Service, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and other agencies, both public and/or private, from time to time concerned with historic sites and buildings located within the Borough.
- To advise owners of historical buildings on problems of preservation.
- To promote public interest in the purpose of this article by carrying on a public relations program.
Civil Service Commission
The Civil Service Commission makes an annual report containing a brief summary of its work during the year and a full accounting for expenditures of public monies, which is available for public inspection. The Commission also reviewsapplication submissions for the Police Department.
Community Relations Committee
A Community Relations Committee member is appointed by Council in three year terms. There are a total of seven members on the Committee to be appointed by Council. The Community Relations Committee shall fix a date for organization, shall elect a Chairman and a Secretary and shall hold meetings at such time and place as the Committee determines. The purpose of the Committee is to serve as a liaison between Council and Borough residents in matters pertaining to interracial, recreational and cultural problems; to hold meetings for the purpose of formulating means and methods whereby the residents of the Borough would enjoy an atmosphere of understanding and meaningful relationship; to meet with the young men and/or young women involved and their parents when incidents of an interracial nature occur; to discuss and present to Council plans and programs which would involve the youth of the Borough; to hold meetings to which the residents of the Borough would be invited for the purpose of discussing matters that would concern the common good of the community; and to address, when requested by Council or the Mayor, neighborhood disputes and, if possible, resolve such disputes.
A Recreation Board member is appointed by Council in five year terms, at least one member’s term expires annually. There are a total of seven members on the Board. The Board submits a proposed budget annual to Council for approval for the ensuing year, setting forth all proposed expenditures and programs. The Board also coordinates and develops athletic, cultural, and recreational activities for the Borough.
The Code Committee meets every first Tuesday of the month. Residents are welcome to become members who work with the Council Chair and Code Director to address any Code related issues and concerns.
The Public Works Committee meets every first Tuesday of the month. Residents are welcome to become members who work with the Council Chair and Superintendent of Public Works to address any Public Works related issues and concerns.
The Public Safety Committee meets the last Saturday of the month to discuss and address any public safety concerns within the Borough.
For additional details, terms, and conditions, please refer to the Yeadon Codified Ordinances or contact the Borough at 610-284-1606.