Birdsboro is located in southern Berks County. Its northern border is the Schuylkill River, with Exeter Township to the north. Union Township is to the east, and Robeson Township is to the south and west.
Pennsylvania Route 724 is Birdsboro’s Main Street, leading west to Shillington near Reading and east to South Pottstown. Pennsylvania Route 345 leaves north from the center of town and crosses the Schuylkill River to U.S. Route 422 in Baumstown. PA-345 leads south into French Creek State Park and Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Birdsboro has a total area of 1.37 square miles. Birdsboro is located on the northern edge of the Hopewell Big Woods, the largest area of contiguous forest in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Birdsboro was named after its founder, William Bird, who took warrants for land on Haycreek Road and, later, Six Penny Creek as early as 1737. On the banks of Haycreek, he established a forge in about 1740, which was followed by other forges along the creek, as well as a sawmill and a gristmill. Between 1737 and 1751, he took up warrants for about 1600 acres of land. He died in 1761. Marcus Bird, a son, succeeded his father.
202 E Main St.
Birdsboro, PA 19508
Monday – Friday
Closed daily from 12:00pm-12:30pm
Observed Holidays (Office Closed)
Friday: April 15th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Good Friday
Monday: May 30th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Memorial Day
Monday: July 4th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Independence Day
Monday: September 5th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Labor Day
Friday: November 11th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Veteran’s Day
Thursday and Friday: November 24th & 25th, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Thanksgiving
Friday: December 23rd, 2022 – Office closed in observation of Christmas Eve
Monday: December 26th, 2022 – Office closed in observance of Christmas Day
Friday: December 30, 2022 – Office closing at noon in observance of New Year’s Eve
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