Information on COVID-19

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UPDATE 3/24/20
This is an update to keep you informed of Souderton Borough’s response and actions regarding the COVID-19 outbreak.

Effective 3/23/20 at 8PM, Gov. Wolf issued a “Stay at Home” order for 7 counties, including Montgomery County.  The order will continue for two weeks until April 6, 2020.  Guidance regarding the order can be found here:

Additionally, Souderton Borough remains under a Disaster Declaration.  The purpose of this declaration is to avail Souderton Borough to potential supplies and funds that may be necessary in the near future.  At this point, our fire department and police department are both fully supplied with necessary safety equipment.  The Borough administrative personnel and Public Works are reporting to work in partial shifts, in order to carry out necessary functions of the borough. 

The Borough Emergency Management Plan Coordinator is, and has been in regular contact with the Montgomery County Emergency Operations Center (EOC).  The County EOC is where we are receiving directives with respect to the outbreak.  All of the local municipalities in Montgomery County are under the directive of Montgomery County.  Montgomery County is working in tandem with the Pennsylvania Department of Health.  This system is designed to keep all municipalities informed and connected, while eliminating wasteful overlap of resources.

Our local Emergency Management Plan has been designed and tested by skilled individuals within our emergency services.  This includes the Perseverance Volunteer Fire Company, the Souderton Police Department, the Souderton Ambulance Corp., and the Souderton Borough Public Works Department.  Representatives of these groups remain in constant communication with each other and with Montgomery County, regarding the outbreak. 

The Mayor and Souderton Borough Council are receiving updates daily from the borough Emergency Management Plan Coordinator.

A link to Montgomery County’s COVID-19 site can be found on the borough website.  This is the most up-to-date and accurate information for our borough residents.  Residents can also call the county at 610-631-3000.  The site contains information regarding state and county orders, press releases, personal safety information and test site information.  You can access the site from the borough website or find it here:  

Please check back regularly to the borough website for updates regarding borough closures and potential limitations of services.

Thanks for your patience and cooperation in these difficult days.
Brian Goshow
President, Souderton Borough Council

Past update: March 19, 2020 Update

Current-Local Outbreak Information

or call 610-631-3000

All public borough council meetings will be cancelled through 04/06/2020.

Effective March 20, 2020, due to recent health concerns and recommendations from the PA Department of Health, Montgomery County officials and Governor Wolf, Souderton Borough Hall will be temporarily closed to walk-in service. Due to the new order by Governor Wolf, we will be on abbreviated hours. The abbreviated hours will be  Monday-Friday 8:30-Noon until further notice. Please contact the office during our new abbreviated hours so we can address any questions or concerns via telephone 215-723-4371, e-mail or fax 215-723-5569. Additionally, no inspections will be being done at this point in time that are not emergencies. 

Cash payments will not be accepted at this time. You may use our 24 hour drop box for check payments; we are also able to take credit card payments over the phone 215-723-4371 for building permit and other Borough payments, and also for trash/sewer payments. Trash/sewer payments can also be made online at Pay. For rental invoices and building permits please call the Borough office to make credit card payments.  

During the current COVID-19 outbreak and given the significant potential for surface contamination, all Souderton Borough recreation facilities are temporarily closed for two weeks, by order of Governor Wolf. Please refrain from using any playground equipment, park benches and picnic tables at this point in time. It is not possible to properly sanitize these pieces after every use and in an effort to slow the spread of this virus, we respectfully request that this ban be respected.

The park trails will be open for use but we are requesting that “social distancing” of 6′ be observed as must as possible.

At this time we do not expect there to be any interruption to Trash service. There will be no interruption to Police or Fire Department services at this time.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this challenging time for all of us.

Leaf collection will take place in MAY

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Due to the Governor’s orders Leaf Collection will be push back until May 6th 2020.

The Borough will start curbside leaf collection the week of May 6th. As the weather permits leaf collection will continue throughout the Borough for the whole month of May. Please note that the Borough will not collect leaves in alleys. Leaves are collected through vacuum equipment and disposed at a recycling facility. In addition to wet or snow covered leaves please keep in mind that we cannot pick up piles of leaves with excessive quantities of sticks, stones, hedge clippings, plant materials, and other trash. These items will damage or clog the equipment or jeopardize our ability to dispose of the load at the recycling facility.

Please place leaves on a separate pile than your branches.

Souderton Pool Pricing, Membership & General Info for the 2020 Season

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2020 Season Memberships-update.

Due to the uncertain times, at this point in time we ask that you don’t apply for a Membership. We do plan on extending the discount period. Please check back for updates on status of the pool opening.

For Souderton Pool Pricing please click on the 2020 Pool Membership Form.

Click on the pool tab so you are able to sign up for an account. Then follow the direction below.

If you already have an account use your account log-in from last year.

This year we are utilizing the same user-friendly software to help make the registration process easier for our patrons. Enjoy the convenience of online registrations, no waiting in long lines, and register from the comfort of your own home. We will be using the same tags from last year. There will be a $5.00 for each badge that needs to be replaced. You can register as long as any of your contact information has not changed.

If you are a new member please follow these directions:

Similar to many other websites, you will first create an account. You can add multiple family members to each account. All family members need to be added before you register for your Pool Membership.

Once you and your family are in the system, and have been approved, you can register for the type of season pass that best suits your needs.

Please keep a confirmation of your payment and registration receipt from your online purchase. It will help to have that when you pick up your new key tag and season pass holder card. More information on your key tag and season pass holder card will be available as the season approaches.

In Person Registration

Prior to the pool opening in May you are welcome to register in person at the Borough office. The office is located at 31 W Summit ST, Souderton, PA 18964. Office hours are Monday to Friday 8:30-5 PM. Please bring with you a completed a 2020 Pool Membership Form.  If you are able to please create an account before hand.

You are welcome to register in person during pool hours. The pool is scheduled to open at 12 Noon on Saturday May 23, 2020. Please bring with you a completed a 2020 Pool Membership Form.  If you are able to please create an account before hand.

In the event you choose to register in person and pay by Credit Card the convenience fee will still be applied. If you choose to pay by check or cash there is no additional fee.

2020 Pool Schedule & Souderton Pool Pricing:

Pool Pricing for Monday to Friday is as follows:
Ages 13-59 from 12-5 PM price is $15.00; after 5 PM $7.00.
Ages 1-12 & 60+ from 12-5 PM price is $10.00; after 5 PM $5.00. 

Pool Pricing for Weekends & Holidays (Memorial Day, July 4th & Labor Day) is as follows:
Ages 13-59 from 12-5 PM price is $25.00; after 5 PM $15.00.
Ages 1-12 & 60+ from 12-5 PM price is $10.00; after 5 PM $5.00.

Pool Pricing for Senior Citizen/Lap Swim is as follows:
12-1 Monday to Sunday price is $ 2.00


Click on the to view the pool schedule and Daily Admission Rate for 2020.

            2020 Pool Hours and Daily Rates
2020 Pool Membership Form

Pool Contact information:

Pool Phone number: 215-703-0123
Email: or Location: 480 Wile Ave, Souderton, PA 18964

April’s Brush Pick up- CANCELLED!

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Brush Pick Up Information:

Due to the Governor’s order Brush collection will be cancelled for April. The next collection will start the week of May 6th. 

If you have brush that need to be collected call the office to be added to the May brush pick up list.  May’s Brush pick up is scheduled to start on MAY 6th depending on weather.  The Borough office’s phone number is 215-723-4371.
Stick and branch pick up is the first Monday of every month. No root balls, shrubs, logs, stumps, leaves, weeds or grass. Sticks and branches should be 1″-6″ diameter and no more than 8′ in length. They must be placed out front or if corner lot on side road NO ALLEY pick ups. Brush should also be stacked in a clean manageable pile free of stones or other debris. 



Welcome and Thank you

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On Monday, January 6, 2020 at 7pm. We recognized Willie Powis for his 40 years of work and dedication to the Borough of Souderton. We also recognized councilmen Richard Halbom for 11 years on council and Jeffery Gross for 12 years on council. Thank you all for your dedication and years of hard work for Souderton Borough and its residents. 

Additionally, new council members Donna M. Rogers and Darly W. Littlefield where welcomed to Borough Council.

Below are a few photos from the nights awards. 

Spotted Lanternfly Information

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Souderton Borough is in the Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Area:

What exactly is the Spotted Lanternfly? In this post you will find Spotted Lanternfly information on what exactly they are and how to control them.

If you aren’t able to print this information please stop by the Borough office to pick up the information.

Lanternfly Permit Information:

Any businesses that are located or working in this area are required to have a permit. After completing a short training the permit will be issued. Please click the link below to access the training. Any questions on the training please contact Tyler Bettinger at the Pa Dept or Agriculture. His number is 717-908-6518 or you can email him at

Photos of The Lanternfly:

Life Stages of the Spotted Lanterfly. A is Egg Masses on trees, B is Early Nymph small black bug with white dots, C is Late Nymph Red and black bug with white dots, D is the Adult with wings closed it has longer black front legs with pink in color with black dots, E is the Adult with wings open bright red color under the white with black dot wings.

Information provided by the PA Deptarment of Agriculture.