Hellertown Borough Authority 501 Durham St, Hellertown, PA18055 The Hellertown Borough Authority provides sewer and water service to the Borough of Hellertown and part of Lower Saucon…More Township. The authority was founded in 1940 and currently serves more than 2,600 customers. Water distributed by the authority is sourced from 16 natural springs in Polk Valley and two wells located within the borough. The entire HBA watershed area is approximately 600 acres in size. The Hellertown Borough Authority headquarters are housed in an historic 1832 farmhouse on Durham Street, adjacent to the borough pool.
Borough Authority Park Durham St & Rentzheimer Dr, Hellertown, PA18055 Borough Authority Park is a tree-shaded park that adjoins the Hellertown Borough Authority headquarters on Durham Street…More in Hellertown. The park is adjacent to the Hellertown Pool. It includes a playground, paths, a stone fountain, benches and a footbridge across the Silver Creek. Parking is available on the streets surrounding the park.
The Borough of Hellertown government offices -- including police, zoning and public works -- are housed in an…More historic stone building once the home of Dr. Henry Detwiller. Detwiller, for whom the plaza adjacent to Borough Hall is named, built his home in 1818 and willed it to his son Dr. William Detwiller. The two-story structure later became the Central Hotel before it was purchased by the borough for municipal use in 1939.
A 1997 addition to the building houses meeting space, council chambers and additional office space for the Borough Manager and staff. The Borough of Hellertown was incorporated in 1872 and has 5,606 residents according to the 2000 U.S. census.