Public information and borough special events fall under the Office of the Borough Manager. The Communications Manager provides information through various channels described below.
Website Email Alerts
The website is the Borough’s source for official information and news. It contains full details of all government meeting schedules, minutes, agendas, and budgets, as well as all department functions, municipal services, recreational activities, and events. Individuals can sign up to receive email news alerts to stay up to date on the latest information posted to the website.
The Borough of Conshohocken uses CodeRED, a web-based communication tool, which can disseminate important information related to emergency and non-emergency incidents, such as evacuation notices, missing persons, inclement weather advisories, and more. The system is capable of reaching hundreds of thousands of users within minutes through phone, text, or email. Users must register online and create an account to receive alerts. Upon registering, users can designate how they wish to receive alerts. We highly encourage all residents, businesses, and anyone working within the borough to register for CodeRED. In addition to CodeRED, individuals can sign up for a variety of emergency alert tools provided through Montgomery County.
Conshohocken Borough Government Access TV Channel (CBGA-TV)
CBGA-TV broadcasts the Borough Council Voting Meetings (held the 3rd Wednesday of each month) on Comcast channel 965 and Verizon channel 20. Voting meetings are televised the Thursday evening following the meeting and air at 7:00 pm. TV programming is also supplemented by scrolling slides that provide municipal information, holiday closures, news, and seasonal content.
The Borough of Conshohocken publishes a newsletter twice a year. The fall/winter issue is released at the end of August. The spring/summer issue is released at the beginning of March. Newsletters are mailed to all Borough households and are designed to keep residents informed about Borough activities, events, services, and policies. Learn more about the borough's newsletter and view digital copies online here.
Recreation Services Activity Guide
The Recreation Services Department mails an Activity Guide twice a year to every household in the borough. The Activity Guide features details on upcoming programs, events, activities, as well as membership opportunities and party rentals, etc. Digital copies of the Activity Guide can be viewed below.
Borough Sponsored Events
The Borough of Conshohocken plans many Borough-sponsored events that take place annually. These events include:
- July 3rd Fireworks Display (July)
- Summer Concert Series (July and August)
- Funfest (September)
- Halloween Parade (October)
- Christmas Drive-In Movie (December)
- Holiday House Decorating Contest (December)
Borough Department Events
Police, Fire, and Recreation Services host many events and community initiatives throughout the year that are free to the community. View the links below to learn more.
- Fire Events & Community Outreach
- Police Events & Community Outreach
- Recreation Services Events & Activities
Community Events & Special Event Requests
Special event requests that fall beyond the normal scope of the Department Recreation Services’ operation must go through the Office of the Borough Manager. They also require a written proposal, completed application, application fee, and approval from Borough Council. Additional requirements may apply. Examples of such activities include, but are not limited to: block parties, parades, festivals, races, carnivals, exhibitions, or other public or private gatherings of a short duration, which are proposed to take place on Conshohocken Borough-owned property, parks, private property and/or the public right(s) of way.
To make a special event request, please read the special event guidelines and complete a special event application below. All related inquiries and application documents can be forwarded to: