Borough Facilities

Community Center
The Collingdale Borough municipal building is located on the corner of MacDade Boulevard and Clifton Avenue. The colonial structure, constructed mainly from brick, was built in the late 1930s.

Formerly the home of Collingdale High School, the building now serves a variety of uses including the municipal government offices, district judge court, the Collingdale Community School (Delaware County Intermediate Unit), and the borough Community Center. In the late 1990s to about 2003, the building also served as a branch of the Delaware County Community College.

The Community Center hosts a number of programs and events. Activities include Alumni Association events, Collingdale Athletic Club events, and senior citizen activities. The building is fully handicapped accessible and recent improvements include the installation of drop ceilings and a new central air heating system that serves most of the building. Also, the windows were replaced in 2005.

The Community Center Park is also located adjacent to the borough property. This park consists of a football field, two baseball/softball fields and a well lit walking/running track encircling these fields. The Borough Maintenance, Sanitation, and Highway Garages are also located on this property.

Collingdale Borough's Parks
Collingdale ParkCollingdale Park is located on Jackson Avenue adjacent to Harris Elementary School. The fields, courts, and playground facilities at the Harris School are open to the public during days and hours they are not used by the students. Recent recreational improvements include rehabilitation of pathways, an electrical system upgrade, replacement of path lighting, and reconfiguration of tennis courts for roller hockey use. The park is adjacent to Eden and Mount Zion cemeteries and the Collingdale Swim Club.

Community Center Park is located adjacent to the municipal complex at MacDade Boulevard and Clifton Avenue. It contains athletic fields, a scoreboard, and a walking track. Lighting and benches line the track next to the parking lot.

Pusey Playground is located on Roberta Avenue, one half block south of MacDade Boulevard. The park is distinguished by its row of large sycamore trees which line its edge, and different recreational quadrants: baseball field, basketball courts, tennis courts, and several pieces of child play apparatus.