The Rutledge Borough Council is looking to appoint 3 members of the borough to serve on the new Planning Commission. The Rutledge Planning Commission will work with members of the Borough Council to develop a comprehensive plan for the community which can include multiple projects and areas of interest such as sidewalk plans, building plans/ordinances, [...]Special Announcement: Bid Opening
The bids for road repairs will be opened on Wednesday, May 1, 2013, at 10:00 AM in the Borough Office. No decisions will be made at that meeting. A recommendation will be made by the Engineer for approval at the May 6 Council Meeting.First Annual Tree Photo Contest Sponsored by aFewSteps
When Denise Disney, webmaster of aFewSteps.org, saw photos of tree tunnels from around the world emailed by Swarthmore horticulturalist Charles Cresson, she got an
idea: Why not have a tree photo contest in our own community?
Arbor Day, the last Friday of April, first recognized in 1872, is a fitting occasion to inaugurate “A Photo Lovely as a Tree” [...]
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Rutledge is a borough of 860 residents located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, about nine miles southwest of Philadelphia. The borough, which was founded in 1885, occupies an area of one square mile and has a fire department, a park and a stately old borough hall. Many of the homes in the tree-lined community date to the late 1800s and the lovely grounds of the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore College are nearby. SEPTA’s Regional Rail Media/Elwyn train line serves the borough with a stop at the Morton-Rutledge Station. Rutledge is part of the Wallingford-Swarthmore School District.
The Rutledge, PA website is maintained by a group of community volunteers who can be reached at WebRuts@googlegroups.com.