Monthly Archives: October 2016


The Perkasie Police Department are participating in No Shave November again this year. No Shave November encourages participants to put down their razor for 30 days as they raise awareness and funds for cancer research.

In 2015, the Police Department engaged in a good natured online contest and members of the public made donations to their favorite officer. They raised over $3,000 and Officer Brun, who raised the most funds, was treated to a luxury shave by Perkasie’s Styles Salon.  

When you see bearded officers this November, please consider making a donation at Collection boxes will also be stationed at Perkasie and Sellersville Borough Halls and the Perkasie Police Department building.

At the public Borough Council meeting on October 17, Perkasie Mayor John Hollenbach issued the following proclamation for No Shave November 2016:  no-shave-november-proclamation 


Perkasie Borough will hold a public hearing to consider the re-zoning of several parcels encompassed by the Pennridge Airport on November 7, 2016 at the Perkasie Borough Hall beginning at 7:00 p.m.   The parcels involved would be re-zoned to form an I-3 Zoning District

Please understand this hearing will only be in reference to the re-zoning and not any proposed construction or development.

A Planning Commission meeting is scheduled to be held on October 26, 2016 to discuss the I-3 Zoning District and re-zoning of the parcels. This meeting will be held at Borough Hall at 7:00 p.m.

We recommend that you check social media, the Borough website or contact the Borough Office to ensure there are no changes to these dates as they approach.  If you have any questions, contact Perkasie Borough at (215) 257-5065.

A draft ordinance to implement the re-zoning may be accessed below.
Planning Commission Meeting Agenda (10/26/16)
Draft Ordinance 998
Draft Ordinance 999
Copy of Courtesy Notice Letter


The Public Works Department announced that the annual leaf collection  program will begin October 17.

Residents are reminded to rake their leaves to the curb for pick up and to be careful not to include rocks, large sticks or other debris in the pile that would damage the large vacuums the department uses to collect the leaves. In areas where there are no curbs please be sure to have the leaves raked to within 5 feet of the roadway edge to make the collection process as efficient as possible.

 Please do not block storm drains with piles of leaves. Cars parked on top of the piles will make it impossible for our crews to pick up the leaves as we make our rounds. There is also a danger of fire, if cars with a hot exhaust system are parked on top of a pile of dry leaves. There will be no call backs for piles under cars, so please be sure to have all piles accessible for pick up.

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