Welcome to Collingdale... A Family Hometown!

Community Center of Collingdale Borough received its charter on December 23, 1891. Through a distinct history, Collingdale has remained a family oriented borough with a dense residential feel softened by lush parks and vast cemetery land scattered throughout the municipality. Located on the corner of MacDade Boulevard and Clifton Avenue, Collingdale staff and facilities are available to the residents they serve which boasts a community center, various use borough parks, police and world-class police and fire services and community programs and services, all for the proud people of our family hometown...Collingdale!


Collingdale Borough Offices will be closed on Friday, April 18, 2014 in observance of the Good Friday Holiday. 
There will be No Trash Collection on Friday.  Residents are asked to hold their trash until the next regular collection day
which is next Tuesday.  Collingdale Borough wishes all of our residents a Happy Easter Holiday.


Collingdale Borough will begin their Spring Bulk Pickup Program on April 9th in the First Precinct. 
It will continue every week until all seven precincts are completed.  We will pick up household items free of charge. 
We cannot pick up construction materials, refrigerators, TV’s or electronic devices.

Items must be placed for collection after 6:00PM on the Tuesday evening preceding your collection date.
If you have any questions please call the borough office at 610-586-0500.


FIRST PRECINCT                APRIL 9, 2014
SECOND PRECINCT           APRIL 16, 2014
THIRD PRECINCT               APRIL 23, 2014
FOUTH PRECINCT              APRIL 30, 2014
FIFTH PRECINCT                MAY 7, 2014
SIXTH PRECINCT               MAY 14, 2014
SEVENTH PRECINCT         MAY 21, 2014

Important Information: Trash & Recycling and Stormwater Management

Delco Alert - County Council offers "Delco Alert," a community warning system that notifies residents of a major crisis or emergency. Use the "Delco Alert" link for information and to register for the ReadyNotifyPA system.

Borough Street Lights - Have you seen a street light out in our Borough? It is appreciated when you notice a street light out if you would call the Borough Office at (610) 586-0500 and notify the Secretary. Each pole is numbered and must be reported with the pole number included. We thank you for your assistance!