Effective immediately, the borough office will be open until 6pm on Fridays. This will allow greater access for the residents to the borough’s services.
Residential recycling will be collected curbside every WEDNESDAY beginning July 1, 2015. If a holiday falls on a Wednesday, collection will take lace in the following Wednesday.
Each resident my use a regular trash can for recyclables, but this can must have a sticker that says “RECYCLE” on it. This sticker can be picked up at the Borough Hall.
Please remember that your regular trash and recyclables must be in separate containers. Otherwise your trash will not be collected, this goes for both recyclables and regular trash.
If you have any questions, please call the Borough Office at 610-623-7131
- Recyclable will not be collected if they contain the following:
- Liquids (Please empty all containers)
- Plastic bags
- Materials in plastics bags(Including newspapers)
- Mirrors, Crystal,Window Glass
- Scrap Metal
- Hazardous Waste
- Diapers or bio-hazardous waste
- Flattened Containers
- Caps/Lids on glass containers
- Shredded Paper
- Frozen Food Containers, take out and pizza boxes
- Any container with food in it.
Celebration for our Parade. Please join us; opening ceremonies will take place on Saturday, July 4th outside of the Community Center (Borough Hall), located at Lexington & Emerson Avenues. The raising of the Flag and singing of the National Anthem will begin at 11:30am, followed by a few short speeches and presentations, intermingled with selections from Voices of Praise Choir.
The Parade will begin at 12:30pm & will include: Archer-Epler Musketeers, Penn Wood H.S. Marching Band, Perseverance Jazz Band, North Philadelphia Foot Stompers Drill Team and more. Afterwards, all are invited back to the Borough
Hall for hot dogs, beverages, and other treats. You’ll also enjoy the music of a 5 piece String Band.
The donations we receive are the backbone of our July 4th Celebration.
Thank you all for contributing to our Annual Community Parade.
Your Donations and continued Support is greatly appreciated.
For Additional Information Contact:
Councilman, Majovie Bland (Joe Bland)
Mobile # (215)989-9172
To: Residents of the Borough of East Lansdowne:
This letter is to introduce myself to the residents of the Borough of East Lansdowne. My name is Robert Mould. I have been appointed as the Building Code Official for the borough, effective 10/20/2014. In my role as building code official some of my duties include administering building permits and use and occupancy (U&O) permits. I will also be required to oversee the building inspectors/inspections.
My first two weeks have been a learning experience. After speaking with some of the residents during the course of my duties, I have come across a major concern. It seems to be a misunderstanding of borough zoning and building regulations by some East Lansdowne residents. Unless a property goes up for sale or a building permit is requested or the property has safety concerns, I will not be able to correct any of the mistakes made in the past. Going forward all permits, zoning and building will be administered according to code as they are
currently written in the official book. These codes are subject to change if policies warrant it. In the event there are updates or changes made to these codes that information will be made public on the borough website.
I respectfully request your patience and understanding as we go through the process of standardizing the codes department of the Borough of East Lansdowne.
Code Enforcement Officer
East Lansdowne, Delaware County, Pennsylvania. A small community with a long and rich history. In an effort to better serve the residents and visitors of East Lansdowne, the Mayor & Council have constructed this web site to keep you informed of happenings within the borough and to provide a digital resource that is available 24/7. Please visit often and find out why East Lansdowne is such a great place to live and shop!