Welcome to Dublin Borough

The Dublin Borough Council welcomes you to our website. It is our pleasure to provide this information for anyone wishing to learn more about the Borough's history, public services, and many community events.  The Borough is proud to be part of the community; we believe it is a great place to live, work and play.  

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Helpful Links

Neighboring Municipalities
Bedminster Township www.bedminsterpa.com
Hilltown Township www.hilltown.org
Silverdale Borough www.silverdalepa.org
Plumstead Township www.plumstead.org
East Rockhill Township www.eastrockhilltownship.org
Perkasie Borough www.perkasieborough.org

Pennridge Community Center www.pennridgecenter.org

Pennridge School District www.pennridge.org

Bucks County
Bucks County www.buckscounty.org
Bucks County Department of Health www/buckscounty.org
Bucks County Property Records www.buckscountyboa.org
Bucks Co. Property and Floodplain Map https://bucksgis.maps.arcgis.com/home/

Governor Tom Wolf
Governor's Correspondence Office
508 Main Capitol Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 787-2500

US Representative Mike Fitzpatrick
1717 Langhorne Newtown Road, Suite 400
Langhorne, PA 19047
215 579-8102

US Senator Bob Casey Jr.
Lehigh Valley Office
840 Hamilton Street, Suite 301
Allentown, PA 18101
(610) 782-9470

US Senator Patrick J. Toomey
Allentown/Lehigh Valley Office
1150 S. Cedar Crest Boulevard, Suite 101
Allentown, PA 18103

State Senator Charles McIlhinney Jr.
Doylestown Office
22 South Main Street, Suite 220
Doylestown, PA 18901

State Representative Kathy Watson - 144th District
Hilltown Office
13 W. Creamery Road
Hilltown, PA 18927
215 453-7888


News & Announcements



Annual community event with live music, inflatables, a train ride, a puppet show, dance performances, a food court, local vendors and more! Additionally, Bucks County will provide veterans ID cards. To thank our sponsors and for more details  CLICK HERE

When:     Sunday, June 5, 12pm – 6pm

Where:    Dublin Fire Co, 194 N Main St, Dublin, PA 18917 (map)


Planning Commission
The next meeting of the Planning Commission will be 
Monday, June 6, 2015, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.

Borough Council
The next meeting of Council will be 
Monday, June 13, 2016 at 7:30 p.m.


The Dublin Borough Council adopted the Borough’s 2016 Budget at its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, December 14, 2015. A copy of the Proposed Preliminary Budget is available at Borough Hall between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm business days and at www.dublinborough.org. 

Plows travel in the same direction as normal traffic flow, sometimes pushing snow at the end of resident's driveways. To minimize the amount of snow pushed in front of your driveway, put shoveled snow on the right side of the driveway.

 Mailboxes are often a problem. Unless a snow plow actually strikes your mailbox, the Borough or its contractor cannot offer reimbursement or repairs. Mailboxes are installed at your own risk within the right-of-way. Please be sure your mailbox is sturdy and doesn't stick out into the roadway. Call your local Postmaster for installation guidelines.

 PennDOT Roads

PennDOT has advised that a maximum of 5 inches may accumulate on the roads before plowing will begin. Salt trucks may make only one pass. Report maintenance concerns toll-free to 1-800-FIX-ROAD (1-800-349-7623).

Obtain travel conditions on Pennsylvania's interstate highways toll-free: (1-888-783-6783).

Get up-to-the-minute local traffic conditions at Smart Traveler :(215-567-5678) Cellular callers, dial #211.

State roads in the borough are:

Main Street (Route 313), Elephant Road, Deep Run Road, Maple Avenue

Borough roads are:

Applewood Lane, Cherry Lane, Cobblestone Road, Fox Hollow Road, High Street, Manor Drive, Marlyn Lane, Meadow Lane, Meadow Circle, Middle Road, Mill Street, Moyer Drive, Olde Pilgrim Road, Parkside Drive, Quail Drive, Rickerts Road, Saddlebrook Drive, Stallion Court, Trotter's Way, Village Green Lane

Dublin TCE Site Information

To learn about proposed changes to the remediation method of the TCE Superfund Site located at 120 Mill Street: 

To view the Dublin TCE site visit: 

Questions should be directed to Larry Brown at 

As a water supplier, by July 1st of each year, Dublin Borough is required to prepare an annual water quality report for the customers which Dublin Borough serves. This report is designed to inform you about the quality of our water and services we deliver to you every day.  The report contains tables that list any drinking water contaminants and other water quality standards as a result of monitoring during the calendar year of  the  three operating wells located within the Borough.  This report is now available for download on the Borough's website. Hard copies are also available for review in Borough Hall (119 Maple Avenue). Our constant goal is to provide you with a safe, dependable supply of drinking water. We want you to understand the efforts we make to continually improve the water treatment process and protect our water resources. We are committed to ensuring the quality of your water.


Please click HERE for Local Earned Income Taxes Frequently Asked Questions and Taxpayer Hotline from Keystone Tax Collection Agency.


At their January 27, 2014 meeting, the Dublin Borough Council adopted Resolution 2014-03 which amends the Borough's 2005 Comprehensive Plan by adding the Revitalization & Visioning Plan for Dublin Borough as amendment. This accomplishment sets the vision and goals future revitalization efforts for Dublin Borough.




Dublin Borough wants you to be informed before, during, and after an emergency. That's why the Borough uses the Ready Bucks/Everbridge system to provide a broad range of emergency notification to those who live and work in Dublin. The Borough strongly recommends that its residents sign up for this emergency notification program. Ready Bucks uses Everbridge, a  regional notification system intended to provide emergency notifications that are relevant to our area. 

This alerting system is another powerful tool being utilized by Dublin Borough to communicate with our residents. When situations arise in Southeastern Pennsylvania that may affect you and your family, Ready Bucks lets the Emergency Management officials quickly and directly notify you. 

Ready Bucks/Everbridge can send an e-mail or a text message to your mobile phone or other e-mail enabled device. You let know how you’d like to be notified. The alerts are free; however, your cellular provider may charge for text messaging.

What’s unique about the system is the degree to which subscribers can customize the kinds of messages they receive as well as how they receive them.

For more information and to sign up using the new Everbridge system, click HERE. Choose the Sign Up option at the top, create a User Name and Password, and choose which types of alerts you would like to receive. 

Please be aware that this system replaces the Bucks ReadyNotifyPA system you may have previously subscribed to. That system is no longer being used, so you must re-subscribe to Bucks Ready/Everbridge to keep receiving alerts.

Be among the first to find out and stay informed during an emergency. Please take the time to sign up for this valuable service TODAY!