Located in the heart of Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania is Richlandtown Borough. At the present time, it is primarily a residential community that consists of more than 400 homes. The current population is estimated at 1,320 residents, based upon the 2010 U.S. Census. Richlandtown is governed by a Mayor and 7-member Borough Council.
The borough is home to churches and several businesses, located throughout. There are a variety of community-based organizations including Boy Scout Troop #87, Fun Committee, Richlandtown Fire Company, Richlandtown Historical Society, Richlandtown Lions Club, plus Parks & Recreation Board.
A snow emergency has been declared for Richlandtown Borough beginning Tuesday, March 14th at midnight through Wednesday, March 15, 2017 at Noon.
Alternate parking will be available at Benner Hall at 1260 Cherry Street and behind the Fire House at 125 S. Main Street.
Senator Bob Mensch will be the guest speaker at the Council Meeting on Monday, March 13, 2017 at Benner Hall at 7 p.m. Benner Hall is located at 1260 Cherry Street.
A snow emergency has been declared for Richlandtown Borough beginning Thursday at midnight, February 9, 2017 ending Friday at midnight February 10, 2017.
Alternate parking will be available at Benner Hall on Cherry Street and behind the Fire House on Main Street.
What a fantastic day, THANK YOU to everyone that helped to make our First Annual 5K race, the ‘Doggy Dash’, a success. Here are just a few pictures from race day, for more pics please check out our facebook page here .
Richlandtown Dog Park Association