Borough Municipal offices are located at 100 S. Washington Street, Boyertown PA 19512; phone: 610-369-3044.
Boyertown was settled around 1835, incorporated in October 1866 from Colebrookdale Township.
Boyertown residential options include homes built in the 19th, 20th, and 21st centuries; twin homes on East Philadelphia were built as recently as 2006; late 19th and early 20th century row homes are found along Reading Avenue, 3rd, 4th and 5th streets; there are condominiums in the 300 block of Reading Avenue built in 2003; the bulk of the borough residences are detached singles with Reading and Philadelphia homes dating to the 1880s with a median age circa 1940 (singles) and circa 1920 (all types of residences, combined); lot sizes are typically one-fifth of an acre with some homes (1960s-1970s, Orchard Avenue, Walker Drive) with lots from one-half to three-quarters of an acre. Semi-detached (twin) residences appear to constitute the majority of residential homes, with most built circa 1900-1930s. Interior living space of all boro residences varies from less than 1000 sq. ft. to more than 4,000 with a median of approximately 1,500 sq. ft.