Welcome to Collingdale... A Family Hometown!

Borough of Collingdale
Budget Notice and Special Meeting

The Borough of Collingdale, Delaware County, Pennsylvania at a regularly scheduled Council Meeting on December 6, 2021 approved the Preliminary 2022 Budget. The Preliminary Budget and other enacting ordinances are available for public inspection at the Collingdale Community Center, 800 MacDade Blvd., Collingdale, Pa. during regular business hours.

The Council will consider the 2022 Budget for adoption and Ordinance #731 establishing the tax rate for 2022 and Ordinance #732 establishing the Solid Waste fees and the Sewer Fees for 2022 at a Special Council Meeting on December 20, 2021 at 7:30PM in the Community Center.  Council may consider any and all other business that may come before Council during this meeting.

                                                                        John A. Hewlings
                                                                        Borough Manager 


Collingdale 2022 Preliminary Budget

Collingdale is looking for a new Borough Manager

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!


Y1 report

Updated EDCS Pollution Reduction Plan

Collingdale Bourogh proudly supports our Veterens

Act 44 Annual Disclosure Form

Important Information: 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!