Virtual Town Hall Meeting For COVID-19 To Be Held on Tuesday, March 17th

The Borough of Hatboro will be hosting a Virtual Town Hall on Tuesday, March 17th at 7:00 PM.

In an effort to keep our residents and business owners informed, Hatboro officials will be hosting this virtual town hall through the Borough’s Facebook page:

We will have representatives from Borough Council, Mayor Guenst, Chief Gardner, Borough Manager Hegele and School Board President Jen Wilson in attendance to answer your questions regarding the COVID-19 situation.

We will be discussing the Borough’s plan and how we intend to operate during this pandemic. We will not be discussing any medical information or making speculation on the virus itself. We will discuss our community response and goals and steps we are taking to keep us safe and with as little disruption as possible.

Residents and Business owners will have the opportunity to participate by asking questions in one or all of the following ways:

  1. Call or text the Borough of Hatboro Virtual Town Hall Hotline at 267-961-2714. When you call the hotline, please leave a voicemail message or text in your question. This phone number will be active during the Town Hall Meeting for anyone who could not submit a question in advance or for questions that arise during the meeting.
  2. Email questions to Borough Manager, Diane Hegele at

Please note, we encourage residents and business owners to submit questions in advance, if possible.

If you are not able to participate and have questions we will save the link on our facebook page @BoroughofHatboro. You can also send questions after this virtual town hall meeting to Diane Hegele, Borough Manager, at

This is one way of many ways that we are trying to communicate with our residents and business owners during this emergency.