Welcome to the Borough of Bridgeport! Through this site we invite you to view the History of Bridgeport through books, videos and photos that recount the development of our small town. Our Directory provides contact information for our borough's departments, elected officials and public services This website also contains Minutes from recent borough Council Meetings and information on new borough Ordinances. Finally, this site contains contact information for various public Departments such as Public Health, Public Works, Public Safety, and Parks and Recreation.

MedReturn/What Happens When You Call 911

Remember, the Bridgeport Police Department is a Prescription drop off location for the Montgomery County Prescription Drug Disposal Program. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm.

Also, please download the "What Happens When You Call 911" brochure HERE. The brochure provides many of the details surrounding 911 and the emergency response process.



Veterans Day 2014

The Borough hosted a Veterans Day ceremony at the Borough’s War Memorial. Citizens, neighbors, employees of the Borough, Bridgeport Police, and Bridgeport Elementary School children and staff attended the ceremony and showed their appreciation for veterans of Bridgeport, both living and deceased. Thanks to all who attended to show support and special thanks to the veterans.

Joint Speed Enforcement

The Upper Merion and Bridgeport Borough Police Departments recently took part in a joint speed enforcement effort that yielded 39 citations. A high speed of 80 MPH was detected in a 45 MPH zone.

Phone Scam Alert

A resident received a call today from a male pretending to be from the IRS and demanding that the resident pay back taxes. The caller threatened to have the Bridgeport Police respond to the resident’s home and "pick him up" if he did not comply. The resident fortunately realized that this was a scam and ended the call. A short while later a female called the same residence identifying herself as a Bridgeport Police Officer requesting to speak with the homeowner. The resident again realized this was some type of scam and hung up. The caller ID on the number received by the resident was the 610.272.5660 general number for the Bridgeport Police Department.

This number had obviously been spoofed or fictitiously displayed. Remember no one from the Bridgeport Police Department will ever ask for any type of funds nor request any type of personal information over the phone. The above attempted scams are but a few of recent trends with the caller using the ruse of being from the phone, electric or other utility company demanding immediate payment for an overdue bill. Please see the below tips as well: Don’t give out personal information in response to an incoming call. Identity thieves are clever – they often pose as representatives of banks, credit card companies, creditors, or government agencies to get people to reveal their account numbers, Social Security numbers, mother’s maiden names, passwords and other identifying information. If you get an inquiry from a company or government agency seeking personal information, don’t provide it. Instead, hang up and call the phone number on your account statement, in the phone book, or on the company’s or government agency’s website to find out if the entity that supposedly called you actually needs the requested information from you. Remember when in doubt call 9-1-1.

Together we all make Bridgeport safer!.

Contact Info

Contact us at:
610-292-8236 (Fax)


Mailing Address
Borough of Bridgeport
P.O. Box 148
Bridgeport, PA 19405

Street Address
Borough of Bridgeport - Borough Hall
63 W. 4th Street
Bridgeport, PA 19405

Borough Hall Business Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM

Council Meetings
Bridgeport Borough Council meetings are held on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of each month at the Borough Hall.

Council meetings begin at 7:30 PM

Town Watch Meetings:
Monday, June 30th 2014 at 6:30pm

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