Author: Matt West

Historical Architectural Review Board (HARB) Meeting Cancelled

Please be advised that the HARB meeting scheduled for Monday, April 8, 2024 has been cancelled.

The next HARB meeting is scheduled for Monday, May 13, 2024 at 7:00pm.

The meeting shall take place at the Narberth Borough Municipal Building, located at 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA. Meeting details are available at If you require assistance in attending a meeting, please contact the Borough Office at least (24) hours in advance at (610) 664-2840.

Narberth Borough Launches “Stay Informed” Campaign to Enhance Community Safety

In a proactive effort to strengthen community safety and communication, Narberth Borough is proud to announce the launch of the “Stay Informed” campaign. This initiative aims to provide residents with essential tools and resources to stay connected and receive timely updates during emergencies.

Introducing the “Stay Informed” Page

As part of this campaign, Narberth Borough has introduced the “Stay Informed” page on its website, serving as a centralized hub for residents to sign up and receive critical information. This dedicated page showcases a range of communication tools designed to keep residents informed and engaged in real time.

How to Get Involved:

Visit our website’s “Stay Informed” page:

Sign up for emergency alerts, subscribe to the newsletter, and join our Facebook community.

Be an active participant in creating a safer and more connected community.

Snow Emergency Lifted 10AM Saturday, February 17, 2024

The snow emergency, declared last night, will end at 10:00 am today, February 17, 2024. With your help, Narberth Public Works successfully cleared roadways, ensuring safe travel today.

Property owners are reminded that Borough Ordinance 446-2, Duty to Remove Snow and Ice, requires all property owners with properties abutting public streets in the Borough of Narberth to clear or cause to be cleared a pathway in the sidewalks fronting their respective properties in accordance with the guidelines of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended, not later than 12 hours after snow, ice, or sleet has ceased to fall. The pathway shall be not less than 36 inches (three feet) in width and shall be thoroughly cleared of snow and ice.

Please continue to use caution as you travel around the Borough and continue to check on our elderly residents who may be in need of extra assistance.