Welcome to the Borough Of Robesonia's Website
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Residents wishing to view the current
Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Western Berks Police Dept.
can view it by
MEDICATION DROP BOX ! !
PROTECT YOURSELF AND YOUR FAMILY
Located at 100 N. Reber Street, Wernersville
(at the Western Berks Regional Police Dept.)
For more information
ATTN: WOMELSDORF-ROBESONIA-WERNERSVILLE RESIDENTS!
Effective January 2, 2012 a new trash collection schedule will be
Mondays- Trash only
Thursdays- Recycling only (no trash collection)
Any questions, please contact your borough hall.
WRW Trash COG
Welcome to the Borough of
Robesonia website. We hope you find this website very useful & enjoyable to
view. Almost everything you might wish to know about our borough is
contained in the website, from Council Members to Local events and more. The
Borough of Robesonia was founded in 1855, named after the furnace owner,
Henry P. Robeson, who planed the town. Robesonia's town plan extended from
Church to Robeson, from Main Street to the railroad. It was incorporated in
1913. Today, it has a population of about 2,000 with a beautiful wide tree
lined main street which has helped Robesonia achieved the Tree City USA
award for the past 15 years. The borough also has a long and distinguished
history with many historical locations such as the Robesonia Furnace. In
1794, an iron furnace was established along Spring Creek now called Furnace
Creek. It was a vital industry until 1927 when it was acquired by Bethlehem
Steel and dismantled. If you would like to see a special article written by
the Reading Eagle for Berks County's 150th Anniversary
Edition about Robesonia just
added a couple of new features to our website for Robesonia homeowners.
We now have 2 new categories under the
Resources menu option. The
first category is Borough Minutes which is a complete listing of all the
Borough Meeting Minutes, so if you missed the opportunity to attend a
particular meeting you can now view the meetings minutes. The second
category is Borough Newsletter, which archives the past & current borough
newsletters. So if you missed an issue you can read it online or print
your own copy. We also have the current permits for homeowners to
print and fill out before starting a home project.
Effective: January 1, 2009
The Borough of Robesonia (the “Borough”) has adopted the following policy to
comply with the Commonwealth’s Act 3 of 2008, 65 Pa.C.S.A. § 67.101 et seq.,
commonly known as the “Right to Know Law.” With certain exceptions, members
of the public have the right to inspect and/or copy records upon request. To
view the entire Right to Know Law (or Open Records Law) please
If you are looking for a clean town with a country atmosphere, Robesonia is
just the right place for you & your family.
Back Soon For Updates!!