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It’s time to spring into action! Let’s see what events the Borough of Hatfield has to offer during this season of awakening!

We'd love for you to join us as we take steps towards a greener future for our community. On April 20th, from 9:00 am-12:00 pm, you can dispose of unwanted batteries, waste oil, cardboard, tires, tree branches, yard waste, and scrap metal. There will also be on-site paper shredding. Just bring these items to the Public Works Facility at 615 Dain Avenue. Check our social media pages for more details.

On May 8th, a Town Hall meeting will be held in the Borough Hall at 7:00 pm. Residents will have the opportunity to learn of Council’s revitalization plans for Hatfield. Our little town has so much potential; it's time to utilize it and bring the Borough up to the next level. Please come out and participate in this exciting event!

The Hatfield American Legion Post 933 will conduct the 77th Annual Memorial Day Parade on May 27th, 2024, beginning at 9:00 am. Please consult the Legion's website for details about this important Memorial Day recognition event.

On Saturday, June 15th, come to Centennial Park and celebrate the 126th Anniversary of the founding of Hatfield Borough. We always need volunteers for our community events, so please consider coming out and lending a hand. It is an excellent opportunity to meet your neighbors and many of the people serving our Borough family's needs. Founder's Day will run from 12:00-4:00 pm at Centennial Park. 

The term of Hatfield Borough's first Junior Council Person (JCP) will shortly come to a close. I want to thank Aiden Wieder for volunteering for this program. Aiden has served admirably and with distinction as a JCP, and I want to thank him for his service. We are looking to recruit a student to succeed Aiden, so if you know anyone in high school who might be interested in becoming a part of local government while developing leadership skills, please contact me at

I have a request to make as I complete my communication with you. I would like you to reach out to neighbors of a certain age and see if you can assist them. Many residents no longer drive; they cannot shop for groceries, attend church, or keep doctor's appointments. If you know of someone like this, offer them your help. I don't think they will refuse, and the satisfaction you will feel is priceless.

Take care All!

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