The Borough of Hatboro is a 1.5 square mile town located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Hatboro was established in the year 1715 named after early resident John Dawson’s profession: hat manufacturing.
The Borough of Hatboro is full of rich history, having the only school located on a battlefield in the United States (Crooked Billet Elementary School), Pennsylvania’s third oldest Libraries, land that was once part of the underground railroad, a clock made by Isaiah Lukens, historic buildings, and more! The Borough of Hatboro also hosted George Washington and his troops multiple times during the Revolutionary War.
Today, Hatboro is a vibrant, diverse town and home to approximately 7,500 residents. Borough Council, Mayor, and staff strive to serve the residents of Hatboro with a responsive government in order to provide highest quality services to the community.
Our residents maintain an immense adoration for everything Hatboro and love to shop and eat local. This mentality helps businesses in Hatboro flourish and strengthens our community.