Welcome to Langhorne Borough
Please be advised due to the rising COVID-19 cases, the December 9th, 2020 Langhorne Borough Council meeting will be a online meeting. Details to join the meeting are below.
Topic: Langhorne Borough Council Meeting
Time: Dec 9, 2020 07:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 842 0494 2906
In response to the increasing COVID-19 cases – Beginning Monday, November 30, the Langhorne Borough Office will be open by appointment only until further notice.
Any paperwork or payments may be dropped off using the mail slot in the foyer (to the left of the Bulletin Board). We will continue to issue permits as needed.
The fastest way to reach someone is by phone at 215-757-3768 or through direct email firstname.lastname@example.org .
2021 Langhorne Borough Budget
Langhorne Borough Council will approve the 2021 Borough Budget at the December 9th council meeting. To review the proposed budget click the link below.
Avoiding Eviction Resources for Bucks County
The CDC has ordered a temporary halt to evictions (for non-payment of rent only) until
December 31st, 2020 if you meet certain criteria including:
1) You’ve made best efforts to obtain government assistance for rent
2) You meet certain income requirements
3) You are unable to pay the full rent due to loss of household income
4) You have made best efforts to make timely partial payments that are as close to full payment as circumstances may permit
Contacting Housing Link can help you meet requirement #1 ab
See this link for more information – Housing Link and CDC Halt in Evictions 09-09-20 (1)
School Tax Update-
Neshaminy School Board voted on August 20, 2020 to extend the 2% discount period for the School Taxes till September 30, 2020. After Sept.30 the face payment is due by December 31, 2020. If taxes remain unpaid on December 31, 2020 they will be turned over to the county for lien. There will be no penalty this year. Questions can be directed to Langhorne Borough Tax Collector, Ellyn Schoen- 215-750-3630. A copy of the Neshaminy School Board resolution can be found at this link school tax resolution
Langhorne Borough Office & Administration
Update- Borough Hall is open to the public during regular office hours but we are practicing social distancing. Masks are required and our Borough Office Employees will be behind a partition. We ask that you please keep 6ft distance from other visitors and limit your visit time. We also continue to be available by phone at 215-757-3768 or email at email@example.com. Thank you for your cooperation over the past few months. We truly appreciate all this community has done to keep us all safe and healthy!
The Borough Police Department and Emergency Service will be operating routinely. All non-emergency Police requests for an officer to respond should be made by phone at 215-757-5911.
Langhorne Borough Police
During this time the Police Department will continue to operate as needed to provide law enforcement function for Langhorne Borough.
In an emergency call 911. To dispatch a police officer call 215-949-1000.
Please note you can drop off payments to the Tax Collector at 111 W. Maple Avenue, Langhorne. The office is closed to the public but there is a mail slot to leave your payment. If you would like a receipt sent to you please note that request on the envelope and they will send you a receipt.
Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority
If you are suffering a financial crisis we suggest you contact BCWSA
Benjamin Jones, CEO of BCWSA said. “We are all in this fight together and we will come out of it together.”
The policy covers all customers in Bucks, Chester and Montgomery Counties. For more details contact BCWSA directly at 215-343-2538 or 800-222-2068.
If you have general questions about your PECO service or finances please call the company. The technicians working in the area don’t have the info for you. Residents with questions regarding general issues or finances can contact PECO at 1-800-494-4000. If your are having issues with service call 1-800-841-4141.
We know you may have questions about the COVID 19 – Coronavirus. We recommend checking with the Pennsylvania Department of Health for the latest information in regards to Pennsylvania. You can also check with Bucks County Department of Health.
Senior Citizens who may need assistance during this time should contact the Bucks County Agency for the Aging 267-880-5700.
If you feel unwell you should contact your primary care physician for instructions and advice.
Quick Links to Important Info for Residents & Property Owners
Am I in the Historic District of Langhorne Borough? Historic District Langhorne Borough Map
What about a HARB (Historic Architecture Review Board) Application? H.A.R.B. Application
Where do I get a building permit? Building permit 2015
How about a Zoning Permit? Zoning Permit Application
Buying/Selling or Renting and you need a Use & Occupancy Permit (U&O) U&O application & Check List
Borough Council meetings take place the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 7:30pm in Council Chambers.
The meetings are open to the public and residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
It is a great way to be involved in your community, let your voice be heard and maybe even get involved in one of the committees that help shaped our Borough.
We Hope to see you at the next meeting.
Emergency – Dial 911
Non-Emergency – 215-757-5911
Police Dispatch – 215-949-1000
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Please note as Borough office and departments are open on a part-time basis, the Borough cannot guarantee the ability to notify people of emergencies.
Borough Office Hours:
Monday- Thursday: 9am -1pm
Other hours may be arranged in advance by appointment.
Christine Schoell, Acting Borough Manager
Borough Office Phone: 215-757-3768
Welcome to Historic Langhorne Borough – a National Register District in PA since 1987. Through tree-lined streets, down quaint alleys and in the midst of door-yard gardens within this one-half square mile boundary, over 300 years of history is apparent. Our history and unique identity continues to be reinforced by residents with deep community pride and vision.
A village of less than a square mile surrounded by dense suburban development, Langhorne maintains its identity through foresight, hard work, and continuing vigilance. Since 1970, local government has enacted historic zoning; purchased and saved a farm within the borough boundaries; and created an Arts Council, Recreation Board, Historical Association, and a Shade Tree Commission that has planted 322 trees