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We have been at our temporary office space at Logan Commerce Center for about three weeks now. Please come here to pay for permits, your parking tickets, taxes and other fees at 1700 Markley St. Most municipal offices are now in this location. (PD is still at 235 E. Airy St.)

MOVIE NIGHT TONIGHT! "The Croods" take over the Elmwood Park Bandshell tonight starting at 7. Be sure to bring chairs, a blanket and snacks!

In early August, council approved over $5 million in initial projects with our ARPA funds: over $14 million is still left to be used. We will be launching our CitizenLab site soon to get YOUR input on how to use the remaining funds. Be on the lookout!

A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect for . Showers/t-storms will arrive west to east this morning & continue thru tonight. 1-3" of rain expected; flash flooding possible. Damaging straight-line winds & isolated tornadoes also possible. Please monitor the forecast today!

The Zoning Hearing Board meets Tuesday night. Applicants are looking to either create a duplex, install a patio, or subdivide a land. Read more about the meeting here:

Last night council approved an ordinance that amends definitions for multi-family residential zoning in the municipal code. The amendments lay the groundwork for a major development project at the Kennedy Kenrick site. Read the ordinance here:

The county's latest COVID numbers for the municipality. Get tested. Get vaccinated.

Happy Birthday to the late Tommy Lasorda. Born in Norristown OTD in 1927, he had a prolific career with the MLB, serving as the Dodgers' general manager from 1976-96. He coached USA baseball to gold at the 2000 Olympics. Lasorda passed away in January.

Ida had damaged and closed the Recreation Center for the past few weeks, but it is back open! See you soon. 😃

Final movie night of the year at Elmwood Park is this Friday! "The Croods" will play at the bandshell at 7 p.m.

Council meets tonight for work session at 6:30 at the MCIU. Tonight, Ord. 21-10 is up for a vote. You can review the full agenda on our website.

A friendly reminder about what is allowed when renting our parks. Our Recreation Department has been dealing with a number of rules violations in the past few weeks. NO farm animals. NO motorized vehicles. NO DJs. NO propane tanks.

The Disaster Recovery Center is now open at (340 DeKalb Pk, Blue Bell - Health Sciences Ctr)! Reps from numerous agencies are standing by to help you apply for assistance & answer any questions that you might have. The DRC is open M-F 10a-7p & Sat 10a-5p (closed Sun).

The Historical Architectural Review Board meets in-person at the MCIU Wednesday night. You can review the agenda here:

FEMA's Disaster Recovery Center has opened at MCCC on DeKalb Pike in Blue Bell. Go here to apply for disaster assistance: M-F from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sat. from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You can also call 800-621-FEMA, or apply online at

Here is your weekly recap. Apply for federal assistance if your property was damaged by Ida. Council work session is Tuesday night.

The agenda for Municipal Council's work session Tuesday evening has been posted. Work session is at 6:30 p.m. at the MCIU.

Have you applied for FEMA assistance for your Ida-damaged property? You have about 50 days left to do so!

Thursday** I got excited over a do-nothing social media phenomenon past its prime.

THROWBACK THRUSDAY! (Is that still a thing? 🤷‍♂️) Main Street at the Town Square sometime between 1855 - 1870. This open plot of land is at the courthouse complex which will still be an open space after the justice center project is complete (well over 150 years later!).

📢Election 2021📢 Municipal elections are Nov. 2! In this election you will vote for local judges, school board directors and council members. Final polling places will be announced next month. ✔️Register to vote by Oct. 18 📬Apply for mail-in/absentee ballot by Oct. 26.