Morton 4th of July T-shirts available. You may drop off your $15 check and order form to the Borough Office – made out to the “4th of July Committee”.
Borough needs resident to volunteer to be on Morton Connects Committee – grant study for traffic, etc. Please see the website for details! A wonderful opportunity for our community!
Morton Borough is seeking an interested resident to serve on the “Morton Connects” transportation study proposal review committee. The “Morton Connects” study will address the high volumes of traffic through the central business district and residential neighborhoods. It will analyze possible transportation solutions such as traffic calming and streetscape enhancements to stimulate economic development. The […]
Borough has free books for residents. Stop in the Borough Building during business hours and take a book(s)!
Please call 911 to contact Morton Police with any questions or needs. Office hours only 9 to 3, Mon. to Fri. – 610-544-8770.
The Morton Police ask that you lock your vehicle doors, especially at night. There have been reports of thefts. Do NOT keep valuables in your car and please call 911 immediately if you see anything or anyone suspicious.
Morton has a rain garden! A rain garden was installed at the Borough Building by volunteers and via grant monies. Stop by and check it out!
Please make your yearly donation to the Morton/Rutledge Volunteer Fire Department! Morton/Rutledge Fire Department, 38 Alfa Terrace, Morton, PA 19070
Morton is in need of a fill-in as needed part-time crossing guard. If you are interested call Linda or Chief LaSpina at 610-544-8770 or stop in-person at the Police Station for an application.
Morton Police ask if you are interested in being a fill-in part-time crossing guard at the various bus stops in Morton. You would work when the full-time guards are unavailable. If you are interested call Linda Murdigi or Chief LaSpina at 610-544-8770 or stop in at the Police Station during business hours for an application. […]
The Morton Police ask that you lock your vehicle doors, especially at night. There have been reports of thefts. Do note keep valuables in your car and please call 911 immediately if you see anything or anyone suspicious.
The Morton Police Dept. has received several reports of thefts from vehicles. All of these vehicles had been left unlocked, but we are taking this opportunity to remind residents to please be diligent and lock your car doors, especially at night. Do your best not to keep valuables inside your car or anything else that […]