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Morrisville, Pennsylvania
Founded 1804
Close To It All: Small Town Charm, Modern Amenities

Morrisville, Pennsylvania is a quaint little Borough of approximately two square miles.

Named for Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, the Borough of Morrisville is located at the falls of the Delaware River across from Trenton.  Historically, the town has strong ties to both Trenton and Philadelphia.

Mon 27

Planning Commission Mtg – 7:00pm

January 27 @ 7:00 pm
Wed 29

Beautification Committee Mtg-7:00pm

January 29 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Feb 03
Feb 05

Joint School Board/Borough Council Mtg-7:00pm

February 5 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Feb 10

Planning Commission Mtg – 7:00pm

February 10 @ 7:00 pm
23Jan 20

Council Appoints New Member

Council appointed Helen Hlahol to fill the Ward 1 council person vacancy for the remainder of the unexpired term.  District Judge Corryn Kronnagel administered the Oath of Office.  See photo.

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07Jan 20

Borough Council Reorganization 2020-2021

New councilmembers sworn-in; Council reorganizes for new term. Mayor Rivella presided over the biennial reorganization meeting where Ted Parker, Nancy Sherlock, Robert Paul, and Scott Robinson took the Oath of…

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Our History

Originally a village located in Falls Township until it was partitioned as a Borough by the Pennsylvania Legislature in 1804.

Open Space Plan
The benefits of open space cannot be downplayed. The most successful communities incorporate green space into all of their designs.
Local Businesses

With over 1500 local businesses in our area you can always find what you are looking for no matter if it is a product or service.

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Tourism in Morrisville

Morrisville is home to several iconic tourist attractions, including Summerseat, which was George Washington’s Headquarters from December 8-14, 1776. Summerseat is the only home in America that was owned by two signers of both the Declaration of Independence and the  U.S. Constitution, Robert Morris and George Clymer.

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