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Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays. For building and zoning inspections, please call 48 hours in advance for scheduling at 215-862-3347.
Collection is private. Information on the Borough's solid waste and recycling programs is available on the Garbage Collection and Recycling page.
All board and commission schedules may be found on our Boards and Commissions page.
Call Borough Hall at 215-862-3347 for additional information.
The EIT is a 1% tax on compensation and net profits earned by individuals who live in New Hope or who work in New Hope and pay no earned income tax at their place of residence.
In 2002 Solebury Township approved a 1% EIT. By law the New Hope Solebury School Board could split this tax with Solebury. The School Board opted to do so and, since we share the schools with Solebury, the 1% tax was automatically imposed on New Hope residents as well. Although the New Hope Council opposed this tax at every step, we opted to claim our half of the school's existing tax so we can insure that it is used to benefit our residents by lowering property taxes and providing other services.
No, instead of the tax going to the other municipality, it will now come to New Hope Borough and the NH-Solebury School District.
Paid parking is effective seven days a week from 10:00 AM to 9:00 PM
50 cents per 20 minutes = $1.50 per hour
50 cents minimum cash purchase$3.00 minimum credit card purchase$3.00 minimum Parking App purchase
The Kiosks accept Quarters, paper currency and credit card payments. There is a $3.00 minimum purchase for credit card transactions. As noted on the face of each Kiosk, Kiosks do not give change.
There are 25 Public Parking Kiosks throughout the Borough. 15 of the 25 Kiosks are located on Main Street.
ParkMobile and PayByPhone are accepted apps. Zones are posted on the kiosks and available through your mobile apps. There is a minimum $3.00 credit card purchase when using the parking apps.
Service fees may apply in accordance with the Parking App’s use agreement terms. These are not fees generated by New Hope Borough.
“Pay-By-Plate” does NOT require the display of a parking receipt. If a paper receipt is desired, initiate printing of the receipt, after payment has been accepted, by pressing the green check button a second time.
Pay-By-Plate can be initiated from any PUBLIC PARKING KIOSK in the Borough and additional time can be added at any kiosk location. But be sure to KNOW YOUR LICENSE PLATE NUMBER.
There are privately-owned parking lots throughout the Borough. While some of these privately-owned lots may have their own kiosk, the private lots are NOT in the Borough Kiosk System and payments are not reciprocal.
Since Pay-By-Plate is not a “space designated” payment, fees for parking are the same for all types of motor vehicle.
Yes, there are handicap designated spots throughout public parking in New Hope Borough as noted on the parking map.
In accordance with PennDOT, when a vehicle is used by or for a person with a disability, a handicap placard or plate will allow vehicles to park for a period of 60 minutes in excess of the legal parking period permitted by local authorities.
Failure to pay within the time specified (postmarked within 10 days of issue) will result in the issuance of a late fee of $20 payable within 20 days of the original ticket date. Failure to pay the ticket will result in citation, summons, escalated fine, court costs, and processing fees.
General parking information, including a map showing all public parking areas, is available on the Parking information page.
All stores are privately owned and operated and set their own hours. Check out NewHopeApp.com for merchant information.
All restaurants in town are required to provide restrooms for patrons. Restrooms are also located at the Visitors' Center at the corner of South Main and Mechanic Streets.