The Hatboro Police Department will begin transitioning back to its permanent headquarters located at 120 E. Montgomery Ave. on Monday, March 27. Please note there may be some temporary interruption to the station's business phone line and email system, however, 9-1-1 service will NOT be affected.

Public Works


 Snow Removal Information

All Borough and State roadways are plowed and salted by Hatboro Borough. You can help in our efforts to clear the roads as quickly as possible by parking your car in a driveway or another (permitted) off-road location. And when shoveling your driveway, please remember to pile snow to the right of the driveway (if you are facing the street). In this way, the snow will be pushed away from the driveway entrance when the road is plowed.

For questions concerning snow removal please call Borough Hall at 215-443-9100. During a snow storm, our Public Works Department works to clear streets and keep Borough roads safe and passable. Staff at Borough Hall can answer any questions or concerns you may have regarding snow removal.


Borough Ordinance requires all sidewalks to be cleared within twenty-four (24) hours after a snowfall. This is applied to all property owners, tenants and lessors. Also, it is unlawful to push snow into the street.

Only vehicles with chains, snow tires or all-purpose tires are permitted on roads that are covered with three or more inches of snow. Any vehicle that has stalled, is incapable of moving under its own power and/or is left unattended on any street will be removed or towed at the owner's expense.

Snow Emergency

If a Snow Emergency is declared in Hatboro, no vehicles are permitted to remain parked on the following streets:

York Road
Jacksonville Road
County Line Road
South Penn Street
Warminster Road
West Moreland Avenue
Byberry Road
East Moreland Avenue (between Jacksonville Road & York Road)
Horsham Road