Souderton Borough Council has considered and enacted over seven hundred ordinances governing a vast variety of matters from designating streets, traffic laws, creating a police department, setting annual budgets and tax rates, building codes, property maintenance, use of public parks and public spaces to name only a few. Most of the borough ordinances are codified and maintained in specific categories for easy reference by a municipal consulting firm known as General Code. This firm has completed the update to our codification of ordinances to make this entire library of ordinances available online. Please Click Here to view the library of ordinances.
We have moved the information regarding Trash/Recycling/ Leaf Collection/ TV collection to a new page. Please click on TRASH RECYCLE on the menu on the top of the page or on the menu on the left.
MONTGOMERY COUNTY HAS JUST RELEASED 2018 DATES FOR TIRE COLLECTIONS AND HAZARDOUS WASTE EVENTS. For more information please go to the Trash page.
The 2018 Budget is now available for review and will be formally considered by Souderton Borough Council on Monday, December 4, 2017. The general purpose tax rate will remain at the current level of 5.00 mills. The Special Library Tax will also remain at the current level of 0.30 mills. The Special Fire Tax will remain at 0.210 mills.
The SeniorLAW Center has provided us with information on the scams that are occurring in Montgomery County. These scams can effect everyone! Below are a list of the scams. Please click here for what to do!
Heath Care Scams, Grandkid Scams, IRS imposter Scams, Tech Support Scams, Identity Theft, and Utility Scams.
PECO Joins National Effort to Help Fight Scammers “Utilities United Against Scams Day 11/15/17” helps raise awareness and provides customers with essential information to fight back!
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has notified Souderton Borough that we are in the Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Area. We also have flyers here at the Borough office if you would like to stop in a pick one up.
PA Department of Agriculture has more information on their website. Link is right below.