Borough Municipal offices are located at 100 S. Washington Street, Boyertown PA 19512.
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.
Nearby Towns: Bally Boro • Bechtelsville Boro • Colebrookdale Twp • Douglass Twp • Douglass Twp • Earl Twp • Lower Pottsgrove Twp • New Hanover Twp • Pottstown Boro • Upper Pottsgrove Twp • Washington Twp • West Pottsgrove Twp •