- 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 and his K9 partner Bingo are ready to begin training
- 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)
January 5th, 2016
On January 4th, 2016, Mayor Allen Reeves, Jr. administered the oath of office to the following members of council elected this past November: Kelly Ann Butkus; David P. Paterson, Jr.; and Despo Tatasciore. Mayor Reeves also ceremoniously swore in David A. Bennett, Sr. to the position of Pennsylvania State Constable. Council elected William Stewart to serve as Council President; Karen Reeves as Council Vice-President; and Despo Tatasciore as Pro Tempore for Council. Read more
March 9th, 2015
After six months of training with the Wilmington Police Department in Delaware, K9 Officer Niko and his handler Officer William Elliott were ceremoniously placed into service on Monday evening, March 9, 2015. Magisterial District Judge Phil Turner administered the oath of office to Elliott as Niko sat by his side with a police badge hanging from his collar.
Niko, an 18-month-old Czech German shepherd, is the first K9 officer for the borough. Marge Remlolde of the Delaware County Kennel Club was on hand to present Niko with a canine bulletproof vest, a dog size oxygen mask and a bag of treats. Read more
February 10th, 2015
Josephine Liekus Remaize turned 100 years old on January 1, 2015. In celebration of her becoming a centenarian, Eddystone Borough Council presented her with a resolution and a bouquet of flowers at their Regular Meeting held on February 9, 2015. Read more
February 10th, 2015
Exelon Corporation was recognized at Council’s Regular Meeting held on February 9, 2015. Read more
January 21st, 2015
In recognition of her being named one of the 13 finalists for the 2015 Pennsylvania State Teacher of the Year, Eddystone Borough Council honored Crystal Brooks at their Regular Meeting held on January 12, 2015. Read more