Northern Struble Trail Feasibility Study
The purpose of the Northern Struble Trail Feasibility Study is to determine a viable corridor for a potential 16 mile extension of the Northern Struble Trail. This corridor has the potential to link the boroughs of Downingtown and Honey Brook. It could also connect popular recreation destinations such as Marsh Creek State Park, Springton Manor County Park, and Struble Lake, which is owned by the state and managed by the PA Fish and Boat Commission. (click here to view the study)
The DRAFT recommendations in this feasibility study are subject to review by the public. Written comments are welcomed until November 25, 2015 and may be sent to Beth Burnam, Senior Planner at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brandywine Conservancy, PO Box 141, Chadds Ford, PA 19317. There will be a public meeting on October 27, Honey Brook Township Building, at 7 p.m.
The Municipal Code for Honey Brook Borough is Now Available – at Your Fingertips!
As part of the Borough’s overall efforts to improve services to our citizens, the Borough has put its complete municipal code online. No more thumbing through paper documents or having to trek to Borough Hall to find the information you need. By simply going online (click here), all you have to do is enter a keyword or two and within seconds your search results will quickly locate the information you need.
The Honey Brook Borough Police Department is collecting new, unwrapped toys for their Christmas Toy Drive. Toys for children ages 3-15 are needed. Toys can be dropped off at Borough Hall, Eby’s Market (formerly Stoltzfus Market), Susquehanna Bank , M&T Bank, Honey Brook Presbyterian Church, Living God Lutheran Church, and the Police Department from November 16 through December 18th. Monetary donations are also appreciated to help the Police Department provide Christmas dinners for residents in need. Monetary donations can be dropped off at the Police Station or at Borough Hall.
Please bring your reusable bags!
The Honey Brook Food Pantry is located at Door # 8 of the Good Food Distribution Center, 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook (across from Wimpy and Dee’s Diner).
If you are interested in volunteering on distribution days, please contact Ken Ross at 610-291-0067 or email Kross1414@aol.com. There are a variety of duties (some physically demanding, some not) available.