EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY – Friday, April 24th
On-Street parking is restricted to marked spaces only, identified by ‘T’ markings. If a vehicle is parked anywhere on Monument Avenue outside of the designated spaces, tickets will be issued.
New “Parking in Marked Spaces Only” signs have been erected on both the north and south sides of Monument Avenue.
In addition, parking is restricted on Prospect Avenue.
Malvern Borough Police is investigating 2 Hit and Run accidents and need your help.
On Tuesday, April 14, 2015 at 9:30 am, an unknown vehicle knocked over the lamp post at the North West Corner of King and Bridge Streets. The vehicle did not stop.
On Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 2:45 pm, an unknown vehicle struck the Malvern Borough Sign which was located on the median on King Street at Sugartown Road. The sign was destroyed in the accident.
If anyone has witnessed these two Hit and Run accidents, please contact the Malvern Police Department – Office: 610-647-0261 or Dispatcher: 610-647-1440.
Volunteers are needed this Saturday, April 25th to
assist with cleaning up Randolph Woods.
If interested, please register online.
This cleanup event is part of the 18th Annual Chester-Ridley-Crum Streams Cleanup. In 17 years, volunteers have removed 590,000 pounds of trash from streams, their banks and surrounding lands.
Bulk Trash has been scheduled for SATURDAY, MAY 16th!
What can I put out for Bulk Trash Pick–Up?
Items that can be picked up by two men will be taken. This includes sofas, chairs, appliances, etc. Freon appliances must have a certification of removal clearly visible. Doors to all bulk items must be removed. Tree branches must be bundled in 3 foot lengths and not larger than 2” in diameter/branch.
Not collected: hazardous items, construction debris, tires, paint, gasoline, oil, sealed containers, dirt, stone or concrete.
Malvern Borough Hall
2nd Floor – Meeting Room
Wednesday, April 29th
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
The first public meeting on the National Park Service’s American Battlefields Protection Program (ABPP) grant to develop a submission to become a National Historic Landmark.
The initial research has been completed for this two-year grant, awarded last August. The Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund (PBPF) has submitted a Letter of Inquiry to the National Park Service which is the first step in a rigorous process.
At this meeting you will hear about the ABPP grant, the scope and boundaries of the Battle of Paoli (also known as the Paoli Massacre), its national significance, the grant’s research and documentation goals, and the process to become a National Historic Landmark. The boundaries of the Battle stretch far beyond the core site comprised of the Paoli Memorial Grounds and the Paoli Battlefield Historical Park located on Monument Avenue in Malvern. It includes areas and buildings in Easttown, East Whiteland, Tredyffin, West Whiteland and Willistown Townships that may be included in the National Historic Landmark area.
The presenters include:
- Wade Catts
- Dr. Robert Selig of John Milner Associates, the professional consultants on this grant
- PBPF’s Bruce Knapp
- Sean Moir
- Tom McGuire, author/historian
- Karen Marshall, Chester County’s Historic Preservation Coordinator, who will talk about Living in a Landmark
This meeting is designed to give an opportunity for questions, comments and input.
‘Paoli Battlefield Historic Park’ on Facebook.
Bruce Knapp, President
Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund