Author: Michelle Carroll

Capital Plan and Budget Presentation

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 5:30 PM

To join:

The Borough of Narberth invites you to attend a virtual presentation with Borough Manager, Sean Metrick. Sean will summarize the recommendations from staff and provide a report of what we have completed and what we are working on from the previous plan, and include a limited number of items to consider for the next funding cycle.

We hope you can enjoy being an audience member but the presentation will also be recorded and posted on the website for anyone to view. Please note that there will be several opportunities to ask questions

Narberth Planning Commission – April Announcement

April Rescheduled Meeting Tuesday, April 21, 2020 7:00 PM

The April meeting of the Narberth Planning Commission will be rescheduled for Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m.

Because of public gathering restrictions, the meeting will be held virtually over an Internet-based meeting platform. The meeting will be webcast on the Narberth Civic Association Youtube channel, at the following link, and will also be archived there:

Public questions and comment will be accepted by email, at:

The agenda for the meeting will be posted closer to the meeting date. However, there will be no development applications on the agenda. Rather, we expect the meeting will focus on a continuation of the discussion of the downtown district that began at the Commission’s March meeting.
As of now, the Planning Commission’s regular meeting Monday, May 4, will be held as planned. Information about how the public can attend/access the meeting, and about the agenda for the meeting, will be posted as soon as it is available.

Please direct any inquires to:

Todd Bressi, Chair
Narberth Planning Commission

Narberth Planning Commission – April Meeting Postponed

The April meeting of the Narberth Planning Commission will be postponed until a date later in April. Because of public gathering restrictions, the meeting will be held virtually over an Internet-based meeting platform. An announcement about the date and time of the meeting, and about how the public can access the meeting via the Internet, will be posted as soon as that information is available.

Todd Bressi, Chair
Narberth Planning Commission

COVID-19 Links to Information

Due to the rapidly evolving coronavirus situation in Montgomery County, the Department of Public Safety and Montgomery County Communications Office will begin to ramp up public messaging. The Borough of Narberth will be including these messages on the Facebook page, the Borough Website, and in the weekly newsletter.

Link to March 14 guidance from PA Department of Health (Link)

Link to guidance from Montgomery County

Link to guidance from PA Department of Health

Link to guidance form the CDC

New Voting System – Montgomery County

Montgomery County has a new voter-marked paper ballot system with a
verifiable paper trail.

The new system replaced the electronic push-button voting machines the
County purchased in 1996 which were nearing the end of their useful life. The old machines also did not meet the state mandate for counties to have a voting system with a verifiable paper trail in place for the 2020 Presidential

With the new system, most voters will use a pen to fill out a ballot and
have an opportunity to check it for accuracy before submitting it to a scanner that tabulates the votes and keeps the ballot in a secure container for audits or recounts.

New Voting System Instructional Videos

To learn more, visit:

2020 U.S. Census

The Borough of Narberth is excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the U.S. Census Bureau to support the #2020Census! As a partner, we’ll be working to ensure that our community is accurately represented. To learn about the upcoming census, visit

For the first time, in 2020 the U.S. Census Bureau will accept responses online. The process will be quick and secure. You can respond to the census in less time than it takes to finish your morning coffee. You’ll still be able to respond by mail. To learn more about what to expect, visit

Each week we will be including more information about the US Census in the weekly email.

New Trash & Recycling Schedule

Effective January 1, 2020:

  • Trash is collected every Friday
  • Recycling is collected every Thursday.
  • Brush & vegetation are collected every Wednesday.
  • Bulk items are picked-up every Friday during the trash collection. (Limit one item per residence per week)
  • Holiday trees may be put out with your weekly brush and yard waste.

For more information, please visit

Narberth Avenue Bridge Update

The Borough-owned bridge is scheduled to begin demolition and replacement in 2020. In order to meet that deadline, final design plans are being finished by the Boroughs design team from Pennoni Associates and will be reviewed by PennDOT. As that date approaches, the Borough will be scheduling a public meeting to go over project scope, timing, and impacts. In the meantime, the Borough continues to work with its local, regional, and state transportation planning partners to advocate for the timely replacement of this important piece of regional infrastructure. Please visit the Borough’s website in the coming weeks for more information and about how you can help keep this project moving forward.