Archived Events

5th Annual Tree Lighting


Date: December 6, 2019 (Friday)

Time: 6:00pm

Place: Borough Hall

Come join us for warm drinks, food, holiday music, a visit with Santa, and of course the lighting of the Borough’s tree!

Veteran’s Luncheon

Join Senator Tim Kearney, Mayor John Dukes, and the East Lansdowne Borough Council for a Veteran’s Luncheon.

Friday, November 8, 12-2pm – East Lansdowne Borough Hall, 155 Lexington Avenue, East Lansdowne, PA

Affordable Care Act Insurance Enrollment Event

Get help with purchasing insurance through the federal individual marketplace. Bring your W-2 or pay stub and a government-issued photo ID.

Thursday, November 7, 2019 5 – 7pm – Senator Kearney’s District Office, 51 Long Lane, Upper Darby

Tuesday, December 3, 2019 4-7pm – Newton Public Library, 201 Bishop Hollow Road, Newton Square

Identity Theft Prevention Event

Delaware County District Attorney Kat Copeland is hosting an Identity Theft Prevention Event!

Saturday, October 5, 2019

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

22 East Baltimore Avenue
Lansdowne, PA 19050
(Behind the Dunkin Donuts)

Community Day

Thank You!

We had a very successful Community Fun Day in East Lansdowne on Saturday, September 28, 2019. None of what we do could be possible without our Mayor, Borough Manager, Office Staff, Highway Crew and Council! We also recognize East Lansdowne the Police & Fire departments for their participation. Many thanks to each and everyone for the hard work and dedication to the residents of East Lansdowne Borough to ensure that everyone and their families could enjoy and have pride in their community.

We were fortunate to have so many volunteers, including, but not limited to:

  • Mindy & Jaiya: Registration & Raffles
  • Morgan & Mason: Pizza duty
  • Mr. James Evans & Mr. Frank Cunliffe : Litter Patrol
  • Joe Williams Jr: Heavy lifting

Our local vendors included:

  • Radan Lim’s Food Truck
  • Paradise Pizza
  • Rosati Ice

We thoroughly enjoyed services by:

  • Ashley-Face Painting
  • Cyn Mould-Art Table
  • Aah Spa & Salon-Massages
  • Michael Piper & 1 Soul Band

We thank every single vendor that made an appearance. Some of which include:

Child Guidance, IBX, Community Action, Cosa, Delco System of Care, Suicide Prevention, Girl Scouts, Lankenau, Omni, The Foundation for Delco, YMCA, Family Support Line, Today’s Child, Senator Tim Kearney, and District Attorney: Kat Copeland.

And of course Pearson’s and Party Rentals for the bounce houses and rides!

Request Form for Tax Certification is now available online!

4th of July Parade

Save the Date

July 4, 2019

Outside Borough Hall

Festivities begin at 11:30 am

Parade begins at 12:30 pm

Please join us for hot dogs, beverages, and treats after the parade at Borough Hall!

Trunk or Treat


Hi East Lansdowne!
Join us for our Trunk or Treat
October 31, 2018
6pm-8pm
Police Parking Lot

Upcoming Events

September 11 2018: National Day of Remembrance @ 7pm
September 16 2018: Tailgate Party @ 11am
September 23 2018: Art Show @ 10am

An extra special, July 4th of July !

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
Email: Majoviebland@gmail.com

Council Meeting – Mayor Dukes via Skype

Let it never be said that the elected officials of East Lansdowne are not dedicated to their cause. At tonight’s council meeting, Mayor John Dukes, who could not attend do to an out of state travel commitment, did so via Skype and a borrowed laptop computer.