The Partnership meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 4:30 p.m. Meeting places vary from month to month. To receive notifications of meetings and other updates, please complete the form below:
What The Partnership
Since its establishment in 2008, the Honey Brook Community Partnership has:
Re-instituted and revitalized Harmony Day as our largest annual community event
Founded and organized the annual Deck the Brook Winter Holiday event
Worked in partnership with the Honey Brook Lions to erect the four Welcome to Honey Brook signs along routes 10 and 322
Raised funds to purchase Automatic Electronic Defibrillators (AEDs) for the ambulance and police departments
Established the Welcome Bag program to introduce new residents to the many features of the Honey Brook area
Provided ongoing support to many local organizations, including the Honey Brook Food Pantry
Started a scholarship program for Twin Valley High School students
In 2008, a group of Honey Brook area businesses and non-profits banded together to highlight local merchants during the Tour of Pennsylvania bike race. With assistance from the Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce, the group continued to meet after the event to explore the formation of an association to promote greater community spirit in the Honey Brook area. By the end of the year, the group had established itself as the Honey Brook Community Partnership.
The mission of the Honey Brook Community Partnership is to bring together borough and township partners to facilitate communication, share resources, and work together to enhance our community. The Partnership’s vision is to have a thriving main street, safe neighborhoods, preservation of historical elements, and maintaining Honey Brook’s rural charm.
The mission of the Honey Brook Community Partnership is to bring together borough and township partners to facilitate communication, share resources, and work together to enhance our community.
Among the many things the Partnership does to enhance the Honey Brook community is to maintain the four Welcome Signs. Below is a picture of a local girl scout troop helping to trim the bushes and plant flowers at one of the Welcome Signs.