- 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 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
March 21st, 2016
Aqua Pennsylvania will be replacing the existing 6-inch and 8-inch cast iron mains on the following streets:
Ashland Avenue, from East 7th Street to East 9th Street
Ashland Avenue, from East 10th Street to House #1022 Ashland Avenue
Lawrence Avenue, from Eddystone Avenue to Ashland Avenue
The project is scheduled to begin the week of March 28, 2016. Completion of the pipe installation is expected in May, at which time the new mains will be tested and chlorinated. Permanent road restoration will be completed in July. Read more
February 12th, 2016
At its Regular Meeting on February 8th, 2016, Borough Council presented the 2015 Model Citizen Awards to the following individuals: Judith M. Gross, Herberta L. Kerestus, Kathy A. Krisac and Herbert F. Wright.
The awards were presented in recognition of their efforts to design, build and transport an award-winning float that represented the Eddystone community well at the Ridley School District Homecoming Parade. Read more
February 11th, 2016
At its Regular Meeting on February 8, 2016, Borough Council recognized Police Officer Michael Golden for exemplary service in execution of his duties.
On January 7, 2016, Officer Golden was on his commute to Eddystone when he witnessed a vehicle accident at the intersection of Wanamaker Avenue and Industrial Highway, Essington, PA. Officer Golden saw that the driver of the vehicle was in distress and appeared to be showing signs and symptoms of cardiac arrest. Officer Golden began immediately performing CPR to the fallen
subject and continued to render aid until Tinicum Township Emergency Medical Service personnel arrived. The subject was transported to the hospital where he was stabilized and has since made a full recovery. Read more
February 9th, 2016
At its Regular Meeting on February 8, 2016, Borough Council took action to appoint three part-time Patrol Officers to the Eddystone Police Department. Mayor Allen Reeves administered the oath of office to Andrew Dunn, Kyle Gross and Michael Slowik.
Andrew Dunn graduated from the Delaware County Police Academy in December 2011. Mr. Dunn holds a Bachelor Arts Degree in Government and Political Affairs from Millersville University. Mr. Dunn is presently a Public Safety Officer at Swarthmore College. Mr. Dunn holds a 2nd degree black belt Tang Soo Do and is certified instructor.
Kyle Gross graduated from the Delaware County Police Academy in June 2015. Mr. Gross is currently a Combat Engineer in the Army National Guard.
Michael Slowik graduated from the Delaware County Police Academy in December 2015. Mr. Slowik holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice from LaSalle University. Mr. Slowik is currently completing an internship at the Delaware County Criminal Investigation Division. Read more