Souderton-Telford Main Streets MGR.
Village Centre Office Suites
121 N Main Suite 107
Souderton, PA 18964
P.O. Box 314
Telford, PA 18969
Souderton-Telford Main Streets - 215-723-6627
The Souderton Historic District has been approved by the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission and it was referred to the National Park Service for final approval for listing on the National Register for Historic Places.
Souderton Hisoric District was designated by the National Park Service on June 6, 2011.
You can read through the paperwork and the maps at the bottom of this article. It is broken into smaller portions but they are still hefty PDF files.
Yes, Souderton Telford Main Streets now has a page on Facebook.
Search for Souderton Telford and you will easily find it. Our fan base is growing steadily. We keep you up-to-date on Main Street activities and other fun news from the boroughs. Join over 830 fans and stay on top of the latest news!
The offical ceremony was on Thursday, October 1, 2009. Now you are able to find Souderton Telford on the official website! Check out the photos posted on Flickr by the staff at DVRPC.
The goal of the Classic Towns of Greater Philadelphia website is promote selected Classic Towns and create a centralized location where potential relocators, businesses, and visitors can access information about these distinctive communities in our region.
The media coverage is great: NBC Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Doylestown Intelligencer, the North Penn Reporter, WKYW radio, Philly.com and of course, Souderton Independent.
They also created a brochure and other material for our use. The brochure is available for download.
This site is not meant to compete with existing websites, but rather to provide an entryway into, support of, and endorsement for our community. By collectively representing and marketing designated “Classic Towns,” the program can attract more people to our region and, together, work to revitalize our historic communities.
The criteria for being designated a “Classic Town” is having successfully preserved the town’s history, neighborliness, and Main Street charm, as well as sharing a quality of life and livability uncommon in this age of suburban sprawl.
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