Welcome to the Borough of Bridgeport! Through this site we invite you to view the History of Bridgeport through books, videos and photos that recount the development of our small town. Our Directory provides contact information for our borough's departments, elected officials and public services This website also contains Minutes from recent borough Council Meetings and information on new borough Ordinances. Finally, this site contains contact information for various public Departments such as Public Health, Public Works, Public Safety, and Parks and Recreation.

Bridgeport Borough 2018 Trash Collection Calendar

Bridgeport Borough's 2018 Trash Collection calendar is now available to view HERE.



Assistant Borough Manager Position

The Borough of Bridgeport (0.71 square miles in size, population approx. 4,500) is conducting a search to fill the newly created position of Assistant Borough Manager. Located in the heart of Montgomery County along the Schuylkill River, Bridgeport is nestled between the County Seat of Norristown and the commercial metropolis of King of Prussia and is part of the Upper Merion Area School District.

The Assistant Borough Manager’s responsibilities will focus primarily on the financial administration of the borough and its $5 million general fund and $1.4 million sewer fund budgets, including budget research & development, payroll, insurance claims, pension funds, developer escrows, audits, monthly financial reports, bank reconciliations, and accounts payable. In addition, this position will be responsible for other routine duties and special projects as delegated by the Borough Manager.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Education:
Candidates must possess, at a minimum, a Bachelor’s Degree in finance, accounting, public or business administration – CPFO, CPA, or MPA preferred but not required; 3-5 years of municipal administration experience involving fiscal and budgetary activities in a governmental operation or non-profit organization with supervisory duties; and knowledge of public finance and fiscal planning, organization and functions of municipal government, payroll and accounts payable functions, budgetary and accounting and reporting systems along with GASB knowledge. Candidates should also possess knowledge and experience of other aspects of municipal management, such as grant writing, social media & public information, planning & zoning and employee benefits. Candidates must possess excellent oral and written communication skills.

Salary range is $78,000-87,000, depending on qualifications and experience. Excellent benefits package. Candidates should submit a cover letter, resume (with three references) and salary history all in one attachment by October 5, 2018 and send to Keith Truman at ktruman@bridgeportborough.org, Or to Borough of Bridgeport, Attn: Keith Truman, 63 West 4th Street, Bridgeport, PA, 19405. EOE.

New Police Officer Sworn In

At the September 11 meeting, Officer Andrew Fridley was sworn in as a member of the Borough of Bridgeport police department. Officer Fridley will serve as a part-time officer, and we welcome him on board and wish him great success!

New Council Member Sworn In

At the September 11 meeting of Borough Council, Meghan Nolan was voted in to fill the vacant Ward 2 Council Seat. We look forward to her contributions toward the Borough of Bridgeport.

Bridgeport 5K Information

Attention, Bridgeport residents and 5K participants! The 2018 Bridgeport 5K Course Map is now available for view. The Borough of Bridgeport is very excited to announce that we will be hosting our 2nd Annual Bridgeport 5K on Sunday, October 7, 2018.

The Bridgeport 5K will have two beneficiaries this year – Addie’s Angels and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Once again, we will welcome runners throughout the region to “test their skills on our hills” and join us in supporting two wonderful charities. The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society is at the forefront with the battle against cancer, having invested over $1.2 billion in cancer research since 1949. Addie’s Angels is a newly-formed non-profit, created by the family of Addie Auth. The daughter of Bridgeport Borough employee David Auth, Adelynn “Addie” Auth is a four year old who was diagnosed with T-Cell Leukemia in March 2018. The mission of Addie’s Angels is to support the family in their time of need, while also drawing awareness to the search for a cure.

The mission of the Bridgeport 5K is to showcase our town to visitors and residents alike, encourage volunteerism, and provide a different, challenging, and unique course for avid runners and walkers alike. The 2018 Bridgeport 5K will include a 5K run/walk, a Kids Fun Run, live entertainment and race ceremony. This event will be staged outdoors in Bridgeport. Registration will begin at 7:30am, the 5K will commence at 9:00am, and the Kids Run Fun will start after the 5K has concluded. The Bridgeport 5K is pet and stroller friendly!

The course map can be found here: COURSE MAP

You can register for the 2018 Bridgeport 5K event here: REGISTRATION

New Pedals for Bridgeport Police

Thanks to the generous donations of the Bridgeport Knights of Columbus Holy Family Council No. 3327, and Holy Family Post 1683 Catholic War Veterans, the Bridgeport Police Department was able to replace its 25-year-old inventory of police bicycles with four new ones. The combined contribution of $6,150.00 will allow for a safer ride for the officers and a safer community. The bikes are used for monitoring community events as well as patrolling streets, alleyways and other locations that patrol vehicles cannot patrol as effectively.

Pictured left to right; Chief Mark Shannon, Grand Knight & Commander of Catholic War Veterans Richard Tarmin, Catholic War Veteran Adjunct Tom Kavanagh, Knights of Columbus Treasurer John Borrelli, Catholic War Veteran Advocate Pat Capobinco, Officer Bill Murphy & Officer John Pizza.

Project Childsafe Information

Project Childsafe Gun Locks are available at no cost. The locks can be picked up at the police station Monday-Friday 8AM – 4PM or by asking any police officer.

OWN IT? RESPECT IT. SECURE IT. http://projectchildsafe.org/

Ordinance Reminders

The below links are supplied as a quick reference to our borough ordinances regarding curfew, skateboard and street obstruction prohibitions. Our police department will be enforcing these ordinances in order to maintain a safe and orderly community.

If you have any questions regarding these ordinances please feel free to contact our station at 610-272-5661.

Curfew: https://www.ecode360.com/10370496
Skateboards: https://www.ecode360.com/10372699
Street Obstructions: https://www.ecode360.com/10371677
(This includes placement of cones/chairs in street to reserve parking spaces)

Bridgeport Business Association

The Borough of Bridgeport encourages you to visit the brand-new Bridgeport Business Association website. Here, visitors will find links to Bridgeport’s business community, as well as information on upcoming community events, borough news, and more.

The website can be found here: www.bridgeportboroughbusiness.com

Phone Number

Contact us at:
610-292-8236 (Fax)

Mailing Address
Borough of Bridgeport
P.O. Box 148
Bridgeport, PA 19405

Street Address
Borough of Bridgeport - Borough Hall
63 W. 4th Street
Bridgeport, PA 19405

Council Meetings
Bridgeport Borough Council meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month at the Borough Hall.

First Monthly Meeting: Workshop Meeting
Second Monthly Meeting: Business Meeting Council meetings begin at 7:30 PM

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