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WELCOME TO
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Topton is a Borough in Pennsylvania, located in the northeast corner of Berks County. Topton offers an established neighborhood abundant with events and friendly faces.

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WELCOME TO
TOPTON

Topton is a Borough in Pennsylvania, located in the northeast corner of Berks County. Topton offers an established neighborhood abundant with events and friendly faces.

Urgent Water & Sewer Bill Update

The Borough regrets to inform you that the recently mailed invoices contain errors. We apologize for the inconvenience and will be mailing corrected invoices as soon as possible. If you already paid, a credit will be applied to your account.

We Are Hiring!

Follow the link for more information! Borough Secretary – Part time position

Now Accepting Letters of Interest for Mayor

The Borough of Topton Borough Council is accepting letters of interest for the position of Mayor to assume the position in February 2023 through December 2023. Please submit all letters to Borough Hall, 205 S Callowhill Street, Topton PA marked “Letter of Interest: Mayor”. All interested persons must attend the Borough Council meeting on February […]

Upgrade to high-efficiency commercial HVAC or kitchen equipment with UGI rebates!

As you add or replace commercial HVAC or kitchen equipment this fall, take advantage of UGI’s generous incentives to buy down the additional cost of higher efficiency equipment. UGI rebates often pay most of the added cost of high efficiency, making it an easy choice to save money and energy. Check out the link below […]

LIHEAP Application Available

The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) helps families living on low incomes pay their heating bills in the form of a cash grant. Households in immediate danger of being without heat can also qualify for crisis grants.  The cash grant is a one-time payment sent directly to the utility company/fuel provider to be […]

New Resolution Regarding Water Sewer Bills

Council passed Resolution 24-2022 on October 10th, 2022 that amended Resolution 13-2021. This resolution deals with water/sewer bills, 48 hour posting fees, and delinquency consequences with payment plans. In summary, if you do not pay your water bill on time and receive a 48 hour shutoff notice on your front door, a $25 charge will […]

Brandywine Heights Area Hometown Heroes Program

Brandywine Heights Area Hometown Heroes project is searching for applicants and participants to be featured on commemorative banners which will be displayed on telephone poles. The banners are intended to honor the members of our community who have served, and in turn, benefit our community. To submit an application for a banner, please fill out […]

Home Owner Occupied Low-Income Housing Repair Program

Home Owner Occupied Low-Income Housing Repair Program-Major Systems: The Program is designed to assist low-income families, who own and occupy an attached or detached single family home, in need of a repair or replacement of a major system of their house. This assistance is in the form of a one-time deferred payment loan and must […]

Register Your Security Cameras with Fleetwood Police

Do you have security cameras on your house? Residential security footage can be extremely useful to local police departments for things such as catching criminals, auto accident information, and things of that sort. To learn more about the program and to register your cameras, visit the link below. If you need assistance filling out the […]

Update Your Contact Information!

Please help us update your contact information! Follow the link below or scan the QR code to fill out our form. Please enter all the required information, especially a phone number and email address if you have one. Right now, this form is just for residents who utilize our water and sewer services! If you […]

Federal Transparency in Coverage Rule

This link leads to the machine readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers. The machine-readable files are formatted to allow researchers, regulators, and application developers to more easily access and analyze data. […]

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ABOUT THE BOROUGH OF

TOPTON

In 1859, the East Penn Railroad was extended from Reading to Allentown. On May 19th of that year, Judge George Stitzel, while inspecting the railroad, suggested to the community at the highest elevation be called Topton. In February 1876, the Borough of Topton was created. Topton, located in the northeast corner of Berks County, is surrounded by Longswamp Township, except for a small corner which is adjacent to Maxatawny Township. The population according to a 2020 census is 2,204.

HIGHLIGHTS

Some of the best things to love about Topton

RECREATION

Topton offers a 10 acre recreational facility including a basketball court, playground, baseball and softball fields, and two pavilions.

ORGANIZATIONS

Topton offers an established neighborhood with many organizations to keep you and your family involved.

HISTORY

In 1754, Berks County became incorporated. Settlers lived in “long swamp”. Farms were found to be underlaid with iron ore…

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