Souderton pool information
With about 6,700 residents and 2,100 homes in Souderton Borough in 2007, the borough has grown a hundred-fold since it was chartered in 1887.
When Souderton residents started the incorporation process in 1887, 600 people lived in the borough. By 1910, 1,875 people lived here.
Throughout the early 1900's, the North Penn Railroad granted easy access to Philadelphia, with a station at Main and Broad streets. The former Liberty Bell Trolley Company tracks also ran along Main Street up to Perkasie and beyond in the 1950s.
The Borough's bank, Univest Corp. of PA, started before the borough in 1876, remains a sparkling testament to the borough's success through the years. The banks' corporate headquarters remain in the heart of Souderton.
Souderton's history is well documented and available for review at the Indian Valley Public Library.
In addition, there are details about some downtown buildings compiled by volunteers of the Souderton-Telford Main Streets program.
Souderton children attend Souderton School District.
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Updated: 30th March, 2020 4:36 PM.