Exercise with the Mayor is back! Monday and Thursday Evenings 6:30 to7:30 $2 a night. Get in shape, make new friends, dance and laugh with Mayor Piselli in the Morton Borough gym.

Mayor Maureen Piselli is back with her exercise class.

Safe Drug Drop-Off Now available at Borough Hall 8:30 to 4:30 daily.

Safe Drug Drop-Off Now available at Borough Hall 8:30 to 4:30 daily.

The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office has set up a drop box at the interior of the Highland entrance to the Morton Borough Building.  The Borough Building is open from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday.  If you cannot make those time to drop off your old dangerous drugs, call the Borough at 610-543-4565 or […]

MORTON POLICE WARNING: Don't Give Bank, Social Security, Credit Card Password Info Over the Phone.  Just hang up. If You're Concerned, Call 911.  The IRS does NOT contact you by phone.

MORTON POLICE WARNING: Don’t Give Bank, Social Security, Credit Card Password Info Over the Phone. Just hang up. If You’re Concerned, Call 911. The IRS does NOT contact you by phone.

The Morton Police Department has asked us to inform you not to give ANY personal information over the phone.

Your Town Needs Your Help! Volunteer, Join a Committee, Take Charge. Make A Difference! Call the Borough Office for Openings and Info Just an Hour or Two Can be a Huge Help!

 Trash and recycling cans should only be placed curbside the morning of or  evening prior to collection. All Cans should be securely covered.

Trash and recycling cans should only be placed curbside the morning of or evening prior to collection. All Cans should be securely covered.

Please look after your trash and recycling. According to Morton Borough Ordinance, cans should not be placed at the curb untl after dusk on the night before pickup. Especially on windy  days, secure your cans and refuse.  Be a good neighbor. Look around your street. If you say trash or litter, pick it up. Even if it’s […]

Have your favorite 4 legged friend be Morton’s Pet of the Month. Submit a photo and a paragraph about them to www.mortonpa.org!

Morton Pets!  Have your person post your story and your picture on our website!  www.mortonpa.org

MoTV and www.Mortonpa.org – your local information central!

Got an announcement? Got a graduate? Opening a new business? Having a yard/garage sale? Post it on MoTV!

Borough Council Meeting Minutes on the website

MORTON BOROUGH REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING JANUARY 8, 2014 The regular public meeting of January 8, 2014 was called to order by Council President Mario Cimino at 7:30 p.m. The Pledge of allegiance was recited and roll was called. The following being the response: Mr. Cimino-present, Ms.Roberts-present, Mr. Blunt-present, Ms. Roberts-present, Ms. Miller-present, Mr. Neal-present, Mr. […]

Used Clothing Drop-Off Shed at AmVets on Morton Avenue - drop off your used clothes and pick up a tax deductible receipt!  This shed is a fundraiser for our volunteer fire department.

Used Clothing Drop-Off Shed at AmVets on Morton Avenue – drop off your used clothes and pick up a tax deductible receipt! This shed is a fundraiser for our volunteer fire department.

Morton residents, the Used Clothing Drop-Off Shed installed in the AMVETS Parking Lot (211 N Morton Ave, Morton PA 19070) is a fund-raiser for the Morton-Rutledge Volunteer Fire Company and we hope that everyone can help out with this great cause.  This is the perfect time to look through any clothing, sheets, toys, etc that you […]

Morton Borough Meeting Minutes – October

Meeting Minutes for Morton Borough’s Regular Public Meeting for the month of October are now available for viewing at: Morton Borough October Meeting Minutes. Meeting minutes for all prior 2013 Months have been posted as well: Morton Borough Meeting Minutes. For information on our monthly Meeting Dates and Times, follow the Public Meetings link (also located […]

Morton Recycling By The Numbers - October

Morton Recycling By The Numbers – October

Happy Fall, Mortonites!  Once again, Suburban Waster Services has provided us with last month’s weekly pick-up tonage for recycling (see below). In October we recycled a total of 15.66 tons (an average of 3.13 per week). The week of 10/17/2013 yielded the highest amount that month – 3.61 tons. To review previous month’s totals, please click […]