Welcome to Honey Brook Borough



Penn State Master Watershed Steward Training This Summer

The PSU Master Watershed Steward program was established to educate and empower volunteers to protect environmental resources. The program provides individuals with extensive training, and in return, they dedicate volunteer time to educate the community about environment stewardship based on university research and recommendations. Training is open to residents of Chester and Delaware counties. The 2018 training sessions will take place in Chester County. Classes run weekly from June 5th through August 28th, and include 3 Saturday field trips. Interested in learning more? Visit https://extension.psu.edu/programs/watershed-stewards/counties/chester-delaware or contact Meagan Hopkins-Doerr, coordinator, at mxh1135@psu.edu.


PUBLIC NOTICE: The Honey Brook Collaborative And Pollution Reduction Plan (PRP) for the East and West Branches of the Brandywine Creek and their unnamed tributaries, the Christiana River Basin, and Pequea Creek/Chesapeake Bay Watershed is available for public review at Honey Brook Borough Hall located at 71 Pequea Avenue, Honey Brook PA (read full notice)


What if there’s a fire, a medical emergency, or a child goes missing?  When you dial 9-1-1 under stress, you may not have access to important details, or you may have trouble remembering them.  Smart911 is a new service in Chester County that allows you to create a Safety Profile that includes details you want the 9-1-1 center and public safety response teams to know about your household in an emergency. Find out more at:  www.smart911.com 


 

HONEY BROOK FOOD PANTRY
Please bring your reusable bags!

The Honey Brook Food Pantry continues to serve Chester County residents within the Twin Valley School District with two distributions each month, home delivered food for seniors unable to access the Pantry and a children’s backpack program. The Pantry is located at the Good Food Distribution Center, 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook PA 19344. Eligible clients can access the Pantry once per month on the 2nd or 4th Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am-1:30 pm or 4:00pm-6:30pm respectively. Click here to view the July - September schedule or visit honeybrookfoodpantry.org  for details. 

Upcoming Events

The FREE Concert in the Park series continues on Sunday, July 8 at 5:30pm with Across the Pond performing their high energy, traditional style Celtic repertoire. A Honey Brook favorite, Across the Pond has performed for us twice before, each time drawing a large enthusiastic crowd. (click here for more info)


DID YOU KNOW?

 

The Lanchester Nature Trail is a short loop trail around the Lanchester Landfill, open Sundays 1:00-5:00 p.m. through October 28. Pets must be leashed at all times. The trail has benches, bird and bat houses, a pond, and a picnic table. (view flyer)


 

HOLIDAY/WEATHER TRASH COLLECTION DATE CHANGES


PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL TRASH RECEPTACLES ARE TIGHTLY SECURED WHEN PLACED FOR COLLECTION TO PREVENT TRASH FROM BEING SCATTERED DURING HIGH WINDS AND RAIN. THIS IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH HONEY BROOK BOROUGH ORDINANCE 20-108-1. HELP KEEP HONEY BROOK BOROUGH BEAUTIFUL!!

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Honey Brook Borough Office is a drop off site for worn or damaged US Flags.  These flags will be turned over to the VFW for proper destruction.

Honey Brook Borough

71 Pequea Avenue

P.O. Box 249

Honey Brook, PA 19344

Phone: 610-273-2020

Fax: 610-273-1261

Hours: (view)

info@hbboro.net