COUNCIL MEETING MONDAY, JULY 12, 2021 will be In-Person at the Borough Hall
Silverdale Borough utilizes the services of Hilltown Township police. Please find police information here https://hilltown.org/departments/police/
The Borough Office is open to the public.
If you are in a Crisis situation Call 1-800-499-7455 to speak to a trained crisis worker - Anytime - Day or Night
You may also call one of the numbers below:
Central & Upper Bucks
Adult and Children’s Mobile Crisis (provided through Lenape Valley): 1-877-435-7709
Welcome to The Borough of Silverdale, PA!
Thank you for visiting our website www.silverdalepa.org and welcome to Silverdale Borough, a community of families and friends located in Upper Bucks County. Silverdale Borough is primarily a residential community with access to great schools, multiple shopping facilities and many types of recreation activities.
Whether you are visiting or looking to make Silverdale your home or place of business, we hope you find our community a great place to be.
Silverdale has two message boards for your convenience. The boards were received through a grant awarded by the Department of Community and Economic Development. The boards are located at the Silverdale Post Office and at the front entrance of the Borough Office building located in the Al Reese Park. We hope that they …Read More
Only stormwater is allowed in the Borough storm sewer system; anything else can be a violation of Borough Code and should be reported. Residents may be the first to recognize “illicit” discharges dumping into storm sewers or coming out of from storm sewer outfalls. If you see an “illicit” discharge …Read More
Snow Plowing We would like to remind you to kindly remove your parked cars from the road when snowfall amounts warrant plowing. The snow emergency ordinance states that residents may not park on snow emergency routes when a snow emergency is declared. All Borough Streets are Snow Emergency Routes. Also, …Read More
Chapter 127-Burning, Outdoor 127-1: Purpose; It is against policy to allow uncontrolled, unrestricted outdoor burning. The purpose of this article is to prevent needless damage to life and property because of public and private nuisances caused by outdoor fires deliberately and carelessly set and improperly maintained. 127-6: Control …Read More