Congratulations to our mayor, Bob Winkler, for winning PA’s 2019 Mayor of the Year! Check out the link to see an interview with him and people who work with him.
Free Flu Shots Available!
Free flu shots are available to Bucks County residents (age 3 and older) while supplies last.
For those of you who may not know, there is a community alert system in place to allow messages to be sent for emergencies and...
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Hosted by the Penndel/Hulmeville Memorial Day Parade Committee & Redeemer Lutheran Church. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Tickets are $35.00 and can be purchased online at the parade's website at https://www.p-hmemorialparade.org/events/ or from Penndel Borough Hall. No one under 21 will be permitted.
WHAT WE ARE
Penndel Borough, although small, rich in history. The area, originally inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Indians, was settled by Thomas Langhorne, an English Quaker preacher, and by Henry Paulin, a QUAKER Yeoman,on land grants from William Penn. Penndel remained a farming region until 1876 when the Philadelphia Reading Railroad began service, and the Langhorne train station was established. Slowly individual homes and small businesses were built within close proximity to the…