Borough of Wernersville
Welcome to the Borough of Wernersville website. We hope you find this website very useful & enjoyable to view. Almost everything you might wish to know about our Borough is contained in the website, from Council Members to local Events and more. The founding of Wernersville began in the 1850’s. After purchasing 56 acres within Lower Heidelberg Township along with brothers Henry and Thomas, William Werner took control of 52 acres. In 1855, with the assistance of surveyor Aaron Albright, plots were formed and the town bearing his name had a blueprint for development. In 1860, William would convey property to the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Co. with the stipulation that all trains would stop in Wernersville. Over the years Wernersville would continue to grow and prosper and Community Leaders were persistent in their efforts to incorporate Wernersville. On January 13, 1914 success was finally realized and they became the Borough of Wernersville.
NOTICE FROM THE TAX COLLECTOR:
PAYMENTS CAN BE MADE BY MAIL OR YOU CAN USE THE PAYMENT DROP BOX LOCATED AT THE BOROUGH HALL. THE BOX WILL BE EMPTIED DAILY.
CHECKS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO:
DEBRA PIERCE, TAX COLLECTOR
PO BOX 255
WERNERSVILLE, PA 19565
IF YOU WANT A RECEIPT, PLEASE ENCLOSE BOTH COPIES OF THE BILL AND A SELF-ADDRESSED STAMPED ENVELOPE.
THANK YOU AND STAY SAFE
April Council Meeting:
Wednesday, April 7 at 7pm
Below is the ZOOM meeting information and call in number for the Wernersville Borough April Council Meeting.
If you would like to participate as a visitor, please contact the Borough by 12pm on Tuesday, April 6th via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by calling us at 610-678-1486.
Join Zoom Meeting:
or Dial +1 929 205 6099 US (New York)
Meeting ID: 986 6780 4084
FERAL CAT ISSUES IN THE BOROUGH?
Please contact Linda Dapcic-Angst for assistance or questions by emailing Ldapcic01@gmail.com or calling/texting 484-332-7597.
The Wernersville Borough is committed to helping to Trap Neuter and Return (TNR) feral cats in an effort to control and reduce the feral cat population within the borough.
**If the Mayor declares a SNOW EMERGENCY we will post the information here**
SNOW EMERGENCY routes:
North Elm Street
North Church Road
South Church Road
Please try to use off street parking if/where available during a Snow Emergency and be patient as our Road Crew plows the snow.
Thank you for your cooperation and patience.