The wedding cake fountain at the center of Hellertown’s leafy Borough Authority Park has become an increasingly popular place for couples to say “I do,” which is why Hellertown Borough Council voted Monday to adopt rules for its use by wedding parties.
The clock tower in Hellertown’s Detwiller Plaza has become a beloved borough symbol that appears on everything from Christmas cards to the patches worn by Hellertown police officers. But did you know that barely 30 years ago, it didn’t even exist?
The pop-jet fountain in front of Starbucks in the Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley’s Town Square is a popular play area for young children during the warmer months. The fountain is surrounded by bleacher seating where parents can sit and safely monitor their children’s play time while soaking up some sun. As with any public play space, there are rules for the use of the pop-jet fountain, which are listed on signs posted next to it. The rules are as follows:
Children must be supervised by an adult at all times. The pop-jet fountain is for use by children ages 2 to 10.
The annual Light-Up Night event sponsored by the Hellertown-Lower Saucon Chamber of Commerce was held Friday night, and in spite of frigid temperatures drew hundreds of people to the Hellertown borough complex and Detwiller Plaza.