WELCOME TO RIDLEY PARK BOROUGH
Ridley Park’s Halloween Parade
Please join us for our 2018 Halloween Parade on Saturday, October 27th at 1PM. The parade will be at Veterans Park across the street from the 1st Baptist Church of Ridley Park.
Delaware County Reassessment Project
Data mailers will be mailed to the owners of residential properties as part of Delaware County’s Tax Reassessment Project beginning on Oct. 4. The data mailer provides information that was recorded from a property by Tyler Technologies Inc. Property owners will be asked to review the information for accuracy and to report any errors to Tyler. If the information is correct, there is no need to do anything further. If the information is incorrect, owners should write any needed changes on the mailer and return it signed, dated, and with contact information within 14 days. Distribution of data mailers will begin on October 4, 2018 in Upper Darby Township and continue through June 2019 to residential property owners throughout the county.
Please be advised that Tyler Technologies has been contracted by Delaware county to provide valuation services for the 2021 countywide reassessment project.Tyler employees, called Data Collectors, who can be identified by their day-glo work vests which bear the “TYLER” name on the back and by their Delaware county issued photo ID badge. At each property, data collectors will knock on the door before proceeding with data collection. Effective September 10, 2018, Data Collectors will begin working in Ridley Park. Should any residents have any questions, please call Tyler informational hotline, telephone (610) 891-5695.
Additional information can also be found by visiting the reassessment project website: http://delcorealestate.co.delaware.pa.us/delcoreassessment/
The Recycling Committee has red Ridley Park recycling cans for sale at Borough Hall. The cost is $15. Stop by Borough Hall to purchase yours today.
Sellers Avenue Bridge Sidewalk Closure
Please be advised that PennDOT has ordered the closure of the sidewalks on the Sellers Avenue bridge over Amtrak/Septa. Maintenance crews were onsite this week to close the sidewalk access. A barricade was installed on the north side of the bridge to delineate a new pedestrian path along the curb line of the road. Borough officials are currently working with PennDOT to improve access and the signage to the new pedestrian path.
Welcome to the Borough of Ridley Park
The Borough of Ridley Park was incorporated in 1887. Ridley Park is a small suburban Philadelphia community founded by the owners of the Pennsylvania Railroad as a summer retreat. We are located near I-95 and I-476 with train service to Philadelphia and to Washington, D.C.
Our community has beautiful Victorian homes located in the Historic District. We have churches of all denominations located within Ridley Park’s 1 square mile. We have a police department consisting of 10 full-time officers and supplemented by part-time officers and a fire department with four award-winning pieces of equipment.
Our community has 3 schools and a hospital located within our boundaries. We have an active Athletic Club with many fields to host games for the children of our community.
Additionally, we have a beautiful lake where you can walk, sit, read, relax and fish.
CodeRED Community Notification Enrollment Page
To help grow our database with the most reliable information, please click the link below. The secure, customized Community Notification Enrollment (CNE) page allows residents and businesses to add or update their contact information to ensure they will be included when a message is sent – unlisted numbers, mobile numbers, TDD/TTY requirements can all be entered.
The link below will allow you to download the CodeRED Mobile Alert app.
“Delco Alert” is a community warning system which provides emails to cell phones, blackberries, pagers, and other email receivers with information on threats to security, severe weather, road closures on major highways and other dangers and emergencies.
Residents can sign up to receive these alerts at www.co.delaware.pa.us, the Delaware County website and using the “Delco Alert” link.