Drexel Park

            distinctive historical street signs date from the 1920s

Community

Drexel Park

Trolley Stop

Easy access to Philadelphia via SEPTA

Drexel Park is a vibrant neighborhood community nestled in the Drexel Hill section of Delaware County PA, west of Philadelphia.  It was developed in the 1920s by Thomas Conway Jr., and most of the homes date from that period.  The widespread use of native Wissahickon schist stone adds to the neighborhood's distinctive character.  Read below about our community.

Drexel Park Homeowners Association

(Left to right):

Tom Judge, Upper Darby Township Administrator;

Skip Millier, DPHA Treasurer;

Maggie Fullmer, DPHA President;

Allison Lee and daughter, UD Township Administration;

Mayor Thomas Micozzie and Dan Lutz, UD Township Engineer  

Drexel Park Sign Installed!


Upper Darby Mayor Thomas Micozzie and Upper Darby Township graciously offered to install a Drexel Park sign as a landmark honoring our unique community.  The Drexel Park Homeowners Association has been working with the township during the past year on the design as well as a suitable location.   The beautiful carved-wood sign was installed in mid-June 2016 at Lansdowne Avenue and Winding Way, just across from the Lansdowne Avenue trolley stop and the Bonner & Prendergast Catholic High School -  and it is double-sided! Be sure to come and check it out! 


Maggie Fullmer, DPHA President and

Upper Darby Mayor Tom Micozzie  

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