Info on Media PA

Did you know that you can have a Media home address and live in NINE different municipalities including Media Borough, Middletown Township, Upper Providence Township, Nether Providence Township, Rose Valley Borough, Marple Township, Edgemont Township, Chester Heights Borough, and Aston Township?

Did you know that zip code boundaries are not synchronized with school districts or municipalities? In fact, living in the 19063 zip code overlaps with the FIVE different school districts of Rose Tree Media, Wallingford-Swarthmore, Marple Newtown, Garnet Valley, and Penn-Delco.

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Municipalities

Zipcodes

School Districts

Media Borough

The borough of Media is the county seat of Delaware County, in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania and is located 13 miles west of Philadelphia. Media was incorporated in 1850 at the same time that it was named the county seat. The population is currently 5,362 according to the 2017 census. Its school district is the Rose Tree Media School District with Penncrest High School and Springton Lake Middle School. In June 2006, it became the first fair trade town in America. Media promotes itself by its motto: “Everybody’s Hometown”.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: https://www.mediaborough.com/

Trash Collection:
Trash is collected twice weekly.
East side of Jackson Street – Monday and Thursday.
West side of Jackson Street – Tuesday and Friday.

Recycling:
Media Borough recycles weekly. The west side of the Borough (everyone west of Jackson Street) is collected on Tuesdays. The east side of the Borough (everyone east of Jackson Street) is collected on Thursdays. If collection falls on New Year’s Day, Independence Day or Christmas, the Recycling will be collected the following day.

Settled: 1681

Mayor: Robert A. McMahon

Population: 5,362 (2017)

Website: Link

Middletown Township

Middletown Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. The Pennsylvania State University has an undergraduate satellite campus located in the north-central portion of the township, while Neumann University, a private co-educational Franciscan university, is located in nearby Aston Township.

Originally established in 1686, Middletown Township adopted a Home Rule Charter in 1978. The township is governed by the council-manager system, a representative form of government in which the seven elected officials set policy for the township and the manager oversees the delivery of all public services and programs.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://www.middletowntownship.org/

Trash Collection:
Private

Recycling:
Weekly on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday depending on your street. For street schedules please visit the township site here:

Wednesday Collection Street List
Thursday Collection Street List

Friday Collection Street List

Settled: 1686

Township Manager: Andrew Haines

Population: 16,011 (2018)

Website: Link

Rose Valley

Rose Valley is a small, historic borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Its area is 0.73 square miles, and the population was 949 at the 2017 census. The area was settled by Quaker farmers in 1682, and later water mills along Ridley Creek drove manufacturing in the nineteenth century.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://www.rosevalleyborough.org/

Trash Collection:
Private

Recycling:
Weekly on Wednesday

Settled: 1682

Mayor: Thomas F. (Tim) Plummer

Population: 949 (2017)

Website: Link

Upper Providence

Upper Providence Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States, located around and north of the borough of Media, and about 15 miles west of center city Philadelphia. The population was 10,435 at the 2017 census. Ridley Creek State Park is inside the township towards the northern edge, and the township also contains Ridley Creek and Crum Creek. The township is zoned 98% residential, 1% commercial and 1% industrial, with minimal space zoned to commercial business.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: https://www.upperprovidence.org/

Trash & Recycling Pick-Up:

  • Trash and Recycling: Residents of Upper Providence are required by Ordinance to have their refuse collected by a licensed collector with whom the Township has contracted for such purpose.

Township for calendar please click here

Settled: 1687

Township Manager: Gregory Lebold

Population: 10,435 (2017)

Website: Link

Nether Providence

Nether Providence Township is a first class township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Many residents refer to the township by the name of its largest community, Wallingford, because the Wallingford postal code is used for most of the township. The population of the township was 13,762 at the 2017 census.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://netherprovidence.org/

Trash Collection:
Private

Recycling:

Ward 1 & 7: Thursdays
Ward 2: Wednesdays
Ward 3 & 4: Tuesdays
Ward 5 & 6: Wednesdays

Settled: 1686

Township Manager: Gary Cummings

Population: 13,762 (2017)

Website: Link

Marple Township

Marple Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. It contains the census designated place of Broomall. The population was 23,816 at the 2017 cenus. ZIP codes include mainly 19008, but also partially 19064 and 19063. Township is run by Marple Township board of commissioners. President Joseph Rufo , Vice President Daniel Leefson.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://www.marpletwp.com

Trash & Recycling Schedule:
Streets A to C
Streets D to G
Streets H to L
Streets M to P
Streets R to S
Streets T to Z

Settled: 1684

Township Manager: Anthony Hamaday

Population: 23,816 (2017)

Website: Link

Edgmont

Edgmont Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. Edgmont contains the unincorporated community of Gradyville. The population was 4,067 at the 2017 census.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://edgmont.org/

Trash & Recycling Schedule:
Private

Settled: 1680

Township Manager: Catherine Ricardo

Population: 4,067 (2017)

Website: Link

Chester Heights

Chester Heights is a borough in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 2,631 at the 2017 census. Most of the borough lies south of U.S. 1, about a mile southwest of Wawa.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://www.chesterheights.org/

Trash & Recycling Schedule:
Private

Settled: 1644

Mayor: Stacey Smith

Population: 2,631 (2017)

Website: Link

Aston

Aston Township is a township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 16,701 at the 2017 census.

Source: Wikipedia

Official website: http://astontownship.net/

Trash & Recycling Schedule:
Provided by the township. Schedules and routes can be found here.

Settled: 1682

Mayor: Bill McConville

Population: 16,701 (2017)

Website: Link