Welcome to West Conshohocken Borough. Founded in 1874, today it is a lively community. A successful mix of residential and commercial with an emphasis on livable neighborhoods and passive and active recreation opportunities. West Conshohocken is a wonderful place to work, live and play.

Borough Council meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7:00 pm in Borough Hall. The Borough Council is dedicated to providing services through the capable and efficient use of the community’s available resources in an honest, open and caring manner.

The Borough is part of the 7th Congressional District (represented by Rep. Brendan Boyle), the 149th State House District (represented by Rep. Tim Briggs) and the 17th State Senate District (represented by Sen. Daylin Leach)

If we can be of service to you, you are welcome to call or visit during working hours at Borough Hall, which is located at 112 Ford Street.

Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone 610-828-9747     Fax 610-940-5845



Drop off your unused or expired medication at Borough Hall
from 10am to 2pm on Saturday, April 29th.

A police officer will be in the parking lot to take your
medications for safe disposal.


Construction of Handicap Ramps

The Borough recently received a grant to install or replace handicap ramps.  A total of 11 corners will be replaced. Not every corner will be changed. The Contractor plans to begin at the corner of Bullock and Josephine. The demolition work will begin Monday, April 24, 2017.  The work will take place on the following corners:

  • Bullock Avenue at Josephine Avenue
  • Bullock Avenue at Cedar Avenue
  • Bullock Avenue at Merion Avenue
  • Bullock Avenue and Maria Street


   West Conshohocken Borough Sewer System

At the March 28, 2017 Council meeting, the West Conshohocken Borough Council voted to sell the West Conshohocken Borough sewer conveyance system to the Borough of Conshohocken Authority. The $ 9.5 million sale should be finalized during the summer, subject to Conditions Precedent in the Asset Purchase Agreement.

The West Conshohocken Borough Council began a deliberative process during the summer of 2016 to analyze and determine the value of the sewer conveyance system. Borough Council engaged Public Financial Management, Inc., (PFM) and Dilworth Paxson, LLP to work with the Borough through the comprehensive competitive procurement process in the event there would be a decision to proceed with the sale of the system.

Since 1985, the West Conshohocken Borough sewer conveyance system has been connected to the Borough of Conshohocken Authority for the purpose of the treatment and disposal of sanitary sewage. Click on Facts for more information.


Driver’s License Restoration Clinic – Thursday, May 11, 2017
Sponsored by State Senator DAYLIN LEACH & Legal Aid of Southeastern PA

4:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. – Carver Center – 249 Jacoby St, Norristown, PA

To register, please contact Chad Hoffmann at 610.768.4200 or e-mail choffmann@pasenate.com

There is no cost to attend this clinic and speak with a pro bono attorney.
Any costs that occur will be those that you need to pay to the state to
get your license restored.

To participate you MUST have your
1. PA Driver’s License Number
2. Social Security Number