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Narberth is asking for input to learn what the community's goals and priorities are for Narberth Borough, including what people like about Narberth, and what needs improvement. Click this link to fill out the survey online now. For more info or to print a paper copy of the survey, go here
Borough Employment Opportunity - Office Manager position openUnder the direction of the Borough Manager, the Office Manager is responsible for a variety of administrative functions in compliance with State and local codes, and ensures that these services and programs are provided efficiently and effectively. The Officer Manager is an important member of a small management team. See more and apply.
Celebrate the Earth, green living, and a lighter, local lifestyle at the 29th annual NarbEarth Day! Saturday April 21st, noon to 4 p.m. (Rain date, April 22) . Food, music, clothing swap, used book sale, raffles, and much more. Come connect with the U.S. EPA Mid-Atlantic Region, Citizens Climate Lobby, Clean Air Council and other environmental organizations, as well as groups such as GMO Free PA, Ready for 100 MontCo PA and Lower Merion Conservancy.
The 23rd annual Narberth Take a Breather Run & Walk will take place on Saturday April 28th at 9:00 am. This event is a local runners’ favorite that raises money to help make wishes come true for children living with Cystic Fibrosis. This five-mile USATF certified race is a great warm-up for the Broad Street Run! If running 5-miles is not your speed, support the cause by joining the 1.5-mile Family Fun Walk or the “Kidz Fun Run” around the perimeter of the park for children ages 4 to 11. More details here.
NarbART Month is a fun and free way to draw attention to the shop windows of Narberth in the Month of May. The theme changes annually, and this a dynamic show of decorated items, based on a theme, in a variety of media exhibited throughout the shop windows & businesses of Narberth. Sweet Mabel Gallery features works by Sweet Mabel Studio Artists and other local artists. Opening Reception First Friday in May, with celebrations all over town. After thoughtful consideration, we're excited to announce this year's theme of FAIRY TALES! Come out on First Friday, May 4 to see the art, and join your friends and neighbors for a night on the town. Info here.
Narberth Borough is in the process of drafting its first COMPREHENSIVE PLAN and we need your input! The plan will outline the community’s goals and vision for the future, and provide steps for implementation that will serve as a framework for the management of future development and policies.
Your input as residents, stakeholders, and business owners is critical in shaping the vision of how Narberth will look and function in the future. By sharing what you love about Narberth, and what you want to improve, you will help create a plan that reflects what is important to the community.
Good afternoon all,
I wanted to take this opportunity to update everyone on our progression in Narberth.
The service crews working on Sabine between Essex and Montgomery and Montgomery as well as Price between Narberth Ave and Essex Ave completed their work there today. Within the next few weeks we will return there to retire the Low Pressure mains on both of these streets.
We currently have two main crews working in the neighborhood. The first crew is currently working on Hampden between Haverford Ave and the dead end North of Woodbine. Upon the completion of the installation and gas up this crew will move to Woodbine Ave between Hampden and Essex and then woodbine between Hampden and Montgomery.
The main crew working on the Essex Rd began their installation at the end of the cul-de-sac on Wynnedale. They will proceed laying the main down Wynnedale and Essex and through all the intersections as they pass them.
If you have any questions or issues as we progress please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Utility Line Service Inc.
News compiled by Ed Ridgway, NBA president, and marketing consultant at Main Line PR