- Take a look back at Eddystone’s rich history or contribute your images.
- The Eddystone Fire Company was organized and chartered in 1900.
- Working everyday for a better Eddystone
- Officer Elliot with his K9 partner Niko
- Watch for children and drive slow.
- Named for the Eddystone Lighthouse in English Channel
Borough of Eddystone
1300 East Twelfth Street
Eddystone, PA 19022
610-874-1100 (borough office)
610-874-1605 (office fax)
8:00 am – 4:00 pm, Monday – Friday
EMERGENCY dial 911
610-874-1762 (Overnight Parking)
April 20th, 2017
Help Us Stop Vandalism, Harassment, and Unlawful Activity by Groups of Teens
Recently members of a large group of teenagers that congregate at various locations or roam throughout the Borough have engaged in unlawful activity to include obstructing public passages, vandalism, littering, loitering, bullying, harassment, threats and assaults. Groups on bikes play chicken with moving vehicles, block the roadway, and curse at motorists who challenge them. Read more
November 14th, 2016
Two Eddystone police officers were recently honored for their service following a robbery at the McDonald’s on Chester Pike in October. Due to the quick response and the alertness of officers Ryan Sweet and Shane Coyle, Read more
October 27th, 2016
Eddystone Borough Council agreed during its October meeting to allow the the non-profit Taylor Community Foundation to administer the Eddystone Youth Fund, as reported in the Delaware County Daily Times.
The approval comes following the court-ordered dissolution of the Eddystone Boys Club, which borough council had discovered was distributing club funds to youth organizations outside of Eddystone — a violation of the Boys Club charter. Read more
October 12th, 2016
Rich Hentosh, an Eddystone native and successful entrepreneur now living in Aston, recently returned to his old hometown to hand out school supplies he donated to students at Eddystone Elementary School. An article in the Delaware County Daily Times described how Hentosh — along with help from police, local businesses, and council members — handed out boxes of supplies and schoolbags to students in grades two through five. Read more
April 29th, 2016
A recent article from the Navy Office of Community Outreach featured Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Vickers from Eddystone, Pennsylvania. Vickers is a 2003 graduate of Ridley High School currently serving in the United States Navy aboard the guided missile destroyer, USS Milius.
Petty Officer 1st Class Joshua Vickers is a culinary specialist aboard the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer operating out of San Diego, California. As a Navy culinary specialist he is responsible for the cooks in the food service division ensuring all meals are prepared on time and properly. Read more