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Any announcements, urgent or non-urgent, that affect the operation and/or services of our Borough will be posted in this section of our website. Generally, the most recent announcements will be posted on this page.

Election Results

The votes are in and your vote has been counted (hopefully you voted).

See the complete list of ballot questions, cnadidates, and how Hulmeville voted.

Presentation on proposed Earned Income Tax

At the Council worksession, on Tuesday, October 17, a presentation was given by Council President Tom Wheeler on a proposed Earned Income Tax (EIT) for Hulmeville Borough. The presentation was followed by a question and answer session with numerous good questions and comments coming from members of the public in attendance.

A copy of the PowerPoint presentation and the frequently asked questions (FAQs)(in PDF format) are available for your review.

The consideration for an EIT will be discussed again at the Council November monthly meeting, to be held on Monday, Nov. 4. The meeting begins at 7:30 PM in the Borough Hall and the public is welcome to attend.

Opiate Epidemic

The U.S. is in the midst of an epidemic of opiate addiction and overdose. Overdose deaths from prescription painkillers have quadrupled since 1999. Deaths from heroin have tripled in the last five years. Pennsylvania has a higher overdose rate than most states.

The Commonwealth Prevention Alliance (CPA) realizes immediate action needs to be taken to prevent opiate abuse. We believe this website, and its content, will provide you with increased awareness, education and information on how to seek help.

Visit or the Commonwealth Prevention Alliance (CPA) for more information.


As part of the Neshaminy Watershed, Hulmeville Borough is required to reduce the quantity of sediment discharged into the watershed. Hulmeville's plan to reduce the the total load of sediment discharged to the watershed has been documented in a report dated 24 July 2017.

The participation of the Borough residents is crucial to the Borough achieving the plan objectives. For a period of 30 days, beginning July 24, 2017, the Borough Council will accept written comments on the plan. Written comments can be delivered to the Borough Hall, at 321 Main Street, Hulmeville, PA 19047.

The Plan will be discussed at a public meeting on August 15, 2017, at 7:30 PM, at the Borough Hall. Verbal or written comments on the proposed plan will be received at this meeting.

The full text of the proposed TMDL Plan may be examined, or copies abtained at cost, at Hulmeville Borough Hall, 321 Main Street, Hulmeville, PA 19047, by appointment with the Borough Secretary, Dorothy Omietanski, (215) 757-6531. In addition, a copy of the TMDL Plan can be read here..

Important Borough Meeting

At the regularly scheduled Council worksession on Tuesday, April 18th, a presentation on changes to environmental laws was presented. The presentation discussed some ways the new environmental regulations will affect Borough Citizens.

A copy of the presentation is available here for reading.

Borough Newsletter

The Borough newsletter is being sent to all residents on an approximate quarterly basis. The lastest edition can be viewed by clicking the image of a newsletter near the top right corner of this page.

You should be receiving your copy in the mail (unless you opted for email delivery). If you did not receive a copy of the newletter mailed to your residence, or know of someone else who did not receive it, send an email to Debbie Mahon ( Also, if you prefer to receive the newsletter elecronically, let Debbie know.

Neshaminy Tax Assistance for Seniors

Seniors, are you aware of the Neshaminy School District Tax Assistance Program? Read the announcement regarding 2016 rebates or go to the school district web site for more information.


At their meeting on December 6, 2016, the Hulmeville Borough Council honored a number of young citizens who actively supported the borough during the year. Certificates of recognition were presented to Joshua Paul Buffington, Daniel M. Mandolesi, Sarah Omietanski, and Stanley B. Omietanski IV.(more)


On March 16, 2015, the Borough Council adopted Borough Ordinance 265, updating section 27-703 of the Borough Ordinances. Section 27-703 covers regulations applicable to floodplain areas. The updating of the Borough's floodplain regulations brings the Borough into compliance with current federal regulations.


FEMA has issued revised flood insurance rate maps and a study covering portions of Bucks County, including Hulmeville Borough. If you live along one of the creeks in the Borough you should review the flood information. The revised flood insurance information, plus more, is available from our flood insurance rate map web page.

Welcome to the Hulmeville Borough website. This website is intended to provide our residents and visitors with the latest information on the borough operation, emergency and non-emergency public services, meetings and events, along with information on how to contact us. This website is, and always will be, a work in progress in order to bring the most current and useful information to you.

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We believe that Hulmeville Borough is a wonderful place to live, work, and raise a family. It is the intention of the Mayor and Borough Council to provide professional, efficient, timely, and fiscally responsible services in order to continue to support this quality of life.

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