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Boards & Commissions Appointment Opportunities!

Narberth Borough has open vacancies in several Boards and Commissions in 2022. If you are a resident of the Borough and are interested in any one of the following volunteer positions, please prepare a letter of interest and qualifications, indicating your desire to serve and any applicable experience you have.

The deadline for the applications is December 10th and it will be on the December 15th Council agenda for consideration. Please email your information to appointments@narberthpa.gov prior to the deadline. Council will make appointments at a subsequent business meeting. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Carroll at mcarroll@narberthpa.gov or 610.664.2840 Ext 102.

Click here for the full list of open vacancies!

Narberth Borough LED Streetlight Installation

The LED installation began September 24th to replace all residential streetlight fixtures. The residential streetlights that have been reported out over the past few weeks have been made a priority and will be installed first. The contractor will continue replacing the residential streetlights until it is all completed.

The Borough of Narberth appreciates your patience throughout this process.

September 21st Human Relations Commission Meeting RESCHEDULED

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Narberth Borough Human Relations Commission has rescheduled its September 21st meeting to take place on September 29th at 5:30pm.

Narberth Borough Human Relations Commission shall meet at the Narberth Borough Municipal Building, located at 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA. Meeting details are available at www.narberthpa.gov. If you require assistance in attending a meeting, please contact the Borough Office at least 24 hours in advance at (610) 664-2840.

September 16th Parks and Rec Board Meeting Rescheduled

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Narberth Borough Parks and Recreation has rescheduled its September 16th meeting to take place on September 21st at 7:30pm.

Narberth Borough Parks and Recreation Board shall meet at the Narberth Borough Municipal Building, located at 100 Conway Avenue, Narberth, PA. Meeting details are available at www.narberthpa.gov. If you require assistance in attending a meeting, please contact the Borough Office at least 24 hours in advance at (610) 664-2840.

Borough Council – September Special Meeting Announced

NOTICE IS GIVEN that on Thursday, September 9, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. at Narberth Borough Hall, 100 Conway Ave. Narberth, PA, Narberth Borough Council shall hold a public meeting to consider, and may take action upon, an appointment to fill a vacant seat on Borough Council; a resolution to call an election for obtaining the electors’ assent to increase the Borough’s debt; and any other business that may come before Council. Meeting details are available at www.narberthpa.gov. If you require assistance to attend the meeting, please contact the Borough Office at least 24 hours in advance at (610) 664-2840.

September Council Meeting Rescheduled


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Narberth Borough Council has rescheduled its September 15th meeting to take place on September 22nd at 7:30pm.


Narberth Borough Finance and Administration Committee has rescheduled its September 15th meeting to take place on September 22nd at 6:00pm.


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

Climate Action Plan and EV Charging Stations – Press Release

For Immediate Release

Electric Vehicle Chargers Part of Narberth Borough Initiatives to Combat Climate Change

Narberth, PA, August 25, 2021 – The Borough of Narberth, Pennsylvania announced it will hold a ribbon cutting for its electric vehicle chargers on September 10 at 5:00PM near Narberth Park.  These chargers are part of a slate of ambitious new actions to reduce global warming pollution with the goal of achieving carbon neutrality by 2040.  The Montgomery County municipality will be taking significant steps to support households and businesses in mitigating greenhouse-gas emissions, as well as reducing emissions from municipal operations, including installing LED streetlights, purchasing renewable electricity, and installing multimodal transportation options among many others.

FLO, a leading EV charging network and solutions provider in North America, sees this as an integral step towards transportation electrification and the increasing need to use clean energy in most life aspects, especially on the road.  “We are pleased to be chosen by Narberth to install the borough’s first EV chargers and to have the opportunity to be part of this important journey towards reduced emissions in the region,” said Louis Tremblay, FLO President and CEO. Our chargers will bring a dependable source of power to current and future EV drivers and lay the foundation for the emerging charging infrastructure in the region.”

“Some of my neighbors are reluctant to get an electric vehicle because they don’t know how they would charge it,” said resident Amy Tecosky-Feldman. “We raised this issue to the Borough and they were receptive.” The Borough is taking advantage of funding from Pennsylvania’s Volkswagen settlement made available by the Department of Environmental Protection to improve EV charging infrastructure in the Commonwealth. Narberth has installed 4 plugs for public use, two at Narberth Park, and two at Essex Ave. The plugs will also enable the Borough to begin transitioning its modest vehicle fleet to plug-ins over time.

The Borough has also committed to switching its purchased electricity to 100 per cent renewable sources, so that the electricity used by the streetlights and other Borough operations will come without global-warming emissions. “It’s great to see the Borough take a leadership role,” said Environmental Advisory Council member, Miriam Shakow.  “Some of my neighbors have made the switch to renewables, and hopefully when others see our local government stepping up, they’ll be inspired to do the same.”

Narberth Borough has developed of a Climate Action Plan that was accepted by Narberth’s Borough Council in September 2020. The plan details the steps Narberth will take to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from transportation, utilities, and municipal waste. Narberth was part of a cohort of 20 municipalities selected by Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection to work with the international group ICLEI to develop plans to help local communities mitigate greenhouse gas emissions and plan for long-term adaptations that climate change will require in Pennsylvania.

“Even while clean energy jobs are growing faster than fossil fuel jobs, Pennsylvania still accounts for 1% of the world’s carbon footprint,” said Jesse Lytle, chair of Narberth’s Environmental Advisory Council. “Narberth wants to do its part to accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy,” he said.

A group of Narberth residents worked hard over recent years to convince their elected Borough officials to pledge to transition to 100% renewable energy, community-wide, by 2040— one of the most ambitious goals in the state. Many nearby communities in southeastern Pennsylvania have made similar pledges in recent years through the “Ready for 100%” community campaign led by the Sierra Club. “This happened because our citizens gave us a mandate, one that I think my Council colleagues and I were happy to receive,” said Rob McGreevey, a member of Narberth Borough Council since 2018. “If we can make these changes responsibly in Narberth maybe other communities will see they can do it too.”

About Narberth:

Narberth Borough is a Pennsylvania Municipality of just under 5,000 residents bisected by the SEPTA Regional Rail Paoli Line.  Founded in 1895, Narberth is home to its own SEPTA stop, beloved small businesses, and hosts community events such as the Dickens Festival.  For more information, please visit narberthpa.gov.

About FLO:

FLO is a leading North American electric vehicle charging network operator and a major provider of smart charging software and equipment. Every month, FLO enables hundreds of thousands charging events thanks to over 45,000 high-quality stations deployed on public networks, commercial and residential installations. FLO’s headquarters and network operations centre are based in Quebec City, and its assembly plant is located in Shawinigan (Quebec). The company also has an office in Montreal and regional teams located in Ontario, British Columbia, California, New York and Texas. For more information, visit flo.com.

Appointment Opportunities – Historic Architectural Review Board

Narberth Borough Council will be appointing 5-7 members for the Historic Architectural Review Board (HARB).


For functions and duties of the HARB, please visit https://bit.ly/3BamtAC.


Members of the HARB will include:

One (1) member shall be a registered architect;

One (1) member shall be a licensed real estate broker;

One (1) member shall be a building inspector;

One (1) member shall be a planning commission member;

Remaining member(s) shall be person(s) with demonstrated knowledge of and interest in the history, architecture, culture, or heritage of the community and the preservation of Historic Districts.


If you are interested in applying for the HARB, please email your letter of interest and qualifications to appointments@narberthpa.gov.