Perkasie is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 35 miles (56 km) north of Philadelphia. Establishments in our borough during the early twentieth century included silk mills, baseballs, brickyards, lumber mills, tile works, a stone crusher, and manufacturers of cigars, tags and labels, wire novelties, etc. The population in 1900 was 1,803; in 1910, 2,779 people lived in Perkasie. The population was 8,511 at the 2010 census.
Perkasie Borough Memorial Flag Program
For many years, the Borough of Perkasie has installed small American flags on the decorative street light poles around town. The Borough Council has decided to move forward with a commemorative program that will allow the Borough to install much larger flags. Supporters are invited to consider “purchasing” a flag and custom commemorative plaque that will be installed on a street lamp pole in the Borough.
Each memorial flag set purchased will consist of a 2 ½ foot x 4’ American flag, a spinner pole with gold top, and an 4” x 6” custom engraved memorial plaque. Each set will be installed by Borough employees. Custom engraving is limited to 20 characters per line, with a maximum of 4 lines.
For cost and order form, please click: HERE