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Doesn't the fountain look beautiful sitting next to the storage building at the lake. The $40,000.00 Tax Payers Money Fountain that was left in the lake for two consecutive years ( Including two winter seasons ). Bob Berger and Paul Matus told all of us at Council meetings that the fountain COULD stay in the water over winter. The Borough Engineer, echoed this ridiculous notion, by saying the manufacture stated that leaving it in the lake over winter was an option. Run it at full speed (…Continue
Added by Jared Brennan on March 30, 2014 at 4:04pm — No Comments
Thinking out of the box, Ridley Park Swim Club (RPSC) has redefined the notion of summer swim club membership. RPSC's ground breaking membership plan now allows weekend and monthly memberships as option for new members*. Absolutely perfect for working DINKS, this innovative plan is expected to increase the…Continue
A Philadelphia woman was recently awarded $750,000 by a jury in a civil suit for injuries she sustained while visiting Ridley Park Swim Club in 2010, part of a combined $1.1 million settlement and award obtained by attorney John Lord. …Continue
To: Delaware County Planning Department
Sam Haber, Principal Planner / Project Manager
Added by tim devabey on March 25, 2014 at 3:16pm — No Comments
Ridley Park resident Mike O'Brien questioned the borough council at its March 18 meeting about the safety of a ladder resting at the top of the controversial billboard in Hetzel Park, not far from his Stull Road home. O'Brien is among a group of residents who have been critical about the placement last fall of the billboard in a residential…Continue
When Ridley Middle School sixth-grader Ethan McKellar brought his concerns about improper flag etiquette in the school district to the Ridley School Board meeting last December, he was asked by district Superintendent Lee Ann Wentzel to undertake the task to remedy the situation. Correspondent Barbara …Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 20, 2014 at 7:43am — No Comments
Public Notice Ridley Park Comprehensive Plan Public Meeting Notice is hereby given that the Borough of Ridley Park will hold a Public Meeting on Thursday, March 26th at 6:30 p.m. at the Ridley Park Municipal Building, 105 East Ward Street, Ridley Park, PA 19078.
The meeting will be conducted by the Ridley Park Planning Commission and will take place prior to the regularly scheduled meeting of the Commission. The purpose of the Public Meeting is to present an overview and discuss…
Ridley Park Borough STATUS REPORT
Providing our residents with the details they are looking for on the projects they care about…Continue
One of the many great services provided to us by the RPPD is the free home and property-check when Ridley Parkers and Parkers vacation away from home.
You can submit your…
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 15, 2014 at 6:44am — No Comments
Coming through Ridley Park or Ridley Township, passers-by see her often. “The License Plate Lady” many call her because “word on the street” is the woman with the binoculars occupies her time by looking at license plates on the cars and trucks driving by. For decades, she has sat on different corners around town, in all kinds of…Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 14, 2014 at 6:19am — No Comments
Liquid gold is rumbling into Delaware County. Black gold, you might call it.
It’s called Bakken crude, and it’s fueling the economic rebirth of refineries up and down the Delaware River.
It’s also fueling something else: Fear of a catastrophic spill or worse, an explosion and fire the likes of which killed 47 people in Quebec, Canada, and another that caused millions in damage in North Dakota. This is a…Continue
Just as the Philadelphia region was expected to get another reminder Thursday that winter isn’t quite over, local townships and boroughs will have plenty of reminders of what this winter’s snow spawned once temperatures warm up again.
Those reminders are called potholes and Jeff Wolfe of the …
If you're new to Delco and you're wondering why actual boroughs, incorporated townships, post offices, and little sections of local municipalities don't jive together, then you probably don't know why Ridley Township has a Ridley Park post office and why residents in Marple and Middletown Townships, and Upper Providence, list their address as Media.…Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 11, 2014 at 5:37pm — No Comments
Ridley Park is safer than the majority of cities, towns, and villages in America says NeighborhoodScout. According to NeighborhoodScout and a detailed analysis of the FBI's crime statistics, Ridley Park has a crime rate lower than 53% of all the communities in Pennsylvania and 61% lower than all…Continue
Information from the Ridley Park 2010 Census gives Ridley Park a total population of 7002 residents - here are additional details
Ridley Park 2010 Census Population
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 8, 2014 at 7:42am — No Comments
The market trend for homes sales in Ridley Park continues to be a downhill course. Over the last 5 years, sale prices of Ridley Park homes have depreciated 44.2% says real estate giant Trulia. Over the past year the average price per square foot for a home Ridley Park PA has decreased by 16.5% or $96 per square foot compared to the same period last year. …Continue
Stein plans to appeal the decision to the Zoning…Continue
Has anyone lost a white with brown patches beagle? The dog was found in the street near Haverford Rd bridge. He is very friendly and a neighbor in Milmont Park has taken him in from the cold.
The National Weather Service in Mount Holly NJ has issued a Winter Storm Watch for Ridley Park for Sunday evening through Monday afternoon, March 2-3, 2014 for snow accumulation of 6 to 10 inches and a trace of ice. Accumulating snow will especially impact Ridley Park for…Continue
Added by RidleyParkOnline on March 1, 2014 at 6:24am — No Comments