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U.S. Post Office - Alburtis
302 S Main St, Alburtis, PA 18011
The Alburtis branch of the United State Postal Service sells stamps, ships packages, sorts mail, sells packagingMore materials, and rents post office boxes.
Alburtis Borough Offices
260 Franklin St, Alburtis, PA 18011
Alburtis Borough Hall, adjacent to the Police Department, offers local government services. Stop in for a map of theMore borough or ask about permits or where to pay taxes and bills.
Alburtis Police Department
260 Franklin St, Alburtis, PA 18011
Alburtis Police Department's stated mission is to "provide a safe environment for communities, businesses, and visitorsMore to the Borough of Alburtis" and does so with eight officers. Police protection began in 1915 with the hiring of one part-time officer.
Alburtis Department of Public Works
250 E Stone Aly, Alburtis, PA 18011
The Alburtis Department of Public Works is responsible for servicing and maintaining borough-owned facilities. TheMore department's responsibilities include street upkeep, snow plowing, parks upkeep and water and sewer services.
Alburtis Area Community Center
220 W 2nd St, Alburtis, PA 18011
Alburtis Area Community Center provides a balanced and comprehensive range of quality recreational and educationalMore programs for young and old. Facilities include a public swimming pool, ballfields and a community center building. Activities include bingo each Friday from October through April. The center is available to rent for activities including wedding receptions and banquets.
Alburtis Fire Department
328 S Main St, Alburtis, PA 18011
Alburtis Fire Department was founded in 1917 as an all-volunteer organization. It remains so today, providing fireMore and rescue services to borough residents and mutual aid to its surrounding neighbors.
Accent Landscaping & Design
352 Avi Dr, Alburtis, PA 18011-9339
Alburtis-Lockridge Historical Society
407 Franklin St, Alburtis, PA 18011
The Alburtis-Lockridge Historical Society began in our country's bicentennial year as a group to preserve the history ofMore the villages of Alburtis and Lock Ridge, which were later combined to form the Borough of Alburtis. The Society calls home the former Lock Ridge Church. Prized possessions include the church's cornerstone, keepsakes from businesses and former businesses and many old photographs, including nearly 100 from 1906. Tours are available by appointment. At about a dozen, its numbers are small and the society is looking to increase to revitalize the organization. However, the members remain active with projects, including providing the recent plaque at Borough Hall that pays tribute to World War II veterans.