|Civic Association||Contact||E-Mail Address||Website|
|Ardsley||Dennis C. Zappone
742 Garfield Avenue
Ardsley, PA 19038
|United Neighbors||Van Strother
1176 Old York Road,
Abington, PA 19001-0189
Keswick Business Association
Roslyn Business Association
Abington Area Women's Softball League
- Contact: Gina Montgomery
- Address:309 Hamel Avenue, North Hills, PA 19038
- Phone: 267-934-6180
Abington Fall Softball
- Contact: Robert Razzi
- Address: 733 Seminole Avenue, Jenkintown, PA 19046
- Phone: 215-663-9440
Abington Raiders Football/Cheerleading
- Website: www.abingtonraiders.org
- Contact: Eugene Filosa
- Address: P.O. Box 213, Abington, PA 19001
- Phone: 215-576-0817
Abington Bulldogs Youth Wrestling Club
- Website: www.abingtonbulldogs.com
AC United Soccer
- Mailing Address: P.O. Box 1065, Abington, PA 19001
- Phone: 215-881-0011
- Website: www.acunited.net
Ardsley-North Hills Athletic A.A.
- Website: www.anhaa.org
- Contact: David Berkowitz
- Address: 134 Ray Street, Jenkintown, PA 19046
- Phone: 215-663-0211
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Crestmont Community Basketball League
- Ages: Youth 8 - 16, Adults 17+
- Mailing Address: P.O. Box 74, Glenside, PA 19038
- Phone: 215-432-3177
- SUMMER ONLY
Dolphins Communtiy Aquatics Association (DCAA)
- Website: www.dcaaswimming.org
Fireman's Softball League
- Contact: Jeffrey Glynn
- Address: 1307 Clarke Road, Roslyn, PA 19001
- Phone: 215-657-2393
Glenside Gaelic Club
- Website: www.glensidegaelicclub.com
Glenside Youth Athletic Club
- Website: www.gyac.org
Hunter Soccer Club
- Webiste: www.huntersc.com
Jenkintown Abington Little League
- Website: www.jenkintownjya.com
Montgomery County Senior Games
- Website: www.montcoseniorgames.com
Roslyn Boy's & Girls Club
- Webiste: www.rbgclub.org
Saint John the Cross Crusader Footbal
Suburban Softball League
- Contact: Bob Gripson
- Address: 2908 Carnation Avenue, Willow Grove, PA 19090
- Phone: 215-885-7311
Take a Stand Against Crime in Abington Township Join One of Our Neighborhood Watch Programs!
Neighborhood Watch, Block Watch and Dog Walk & Watch are some of the most effective and least costly ways to prevent and reduce crime. Watch programs fight the isolation that crime both creates and feeds upon and forges bonds among residents, helps reduce crime and criminal mischief, and improves relations between our Abington Township Police Officers and the community they serve.
Why Get Involved:
- It works. Throughout the country, dramatic decreases in burglary and related crimes are reported by law enforcement professionals in communities with active Watch Programs.
- Today’s transient communities are less personal. Many families have two working parents and children involved in many activities that keep them away from home. An empty house in a neighborhood where none of the neighbors know each other is a prime target for crime.
Neighborhood Watch Program:
- Is an organized group of volunteers who meet regularly and preform scheduled patrols in and around their own neighborhood.
- Members are encouraged to establish two person patrols to observe and report suspected crime, quality of life and public safety related issues to the Abington Township Police Department via the 9-1-1 call center.
- Neighborhood Watch Areas presently include Abington, Glenside, Huntingdon Valley, McKinley and Roslyn.
Block Watch Program:
- Does not require volunteer patrols, but consists of individual neighbors who engage with many of their fellow neighbors to improve communication and observe activities in their neighborhood.
- Individuals are encouraged to observe and report suspected crime, quality of life and public safety related issues to the Abington Township Police Department via the 9-1-1 call center.
- Block Watch Areas presently include Twin Oaks Condominiums and Valley Glen Condominiums.
Dog Walk & Watch Program:
- You have a dog, you are most likely walking in your neighborhood at various times of the day and evening, and in all weather conditions which offers a perfect opportunity to observe and report suspicious or unusual activities in your neighborhoods.
- Becoming a Dog Walk & Watcher requires no organized commitment other than to look, see and say something! Our goal is to let criminals know that dog walkers report suspicious activities in their neighborhood.
Interested in joining or starting a neighborhood watch program in your neighborhood? Contact Dave Rondinelli at 267-536-1082 or email@example.com today!
The mission of Briar Bush Nature center is " to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to explore and protect nature by encouraging curiosity and scientific inquiry." They accomplish this through their nature center, on and offs-site educational programming, summer camps, events and more!
Abington Township Fire Department (ATFD) is an all-volunteer Fire Department comprised of five fire stations. The ATFD is continuously looking for members of the community who can donate their time to better serve our community! They have an opportunities for all ages including administrative work, driving, general support or becoming a firefighter! Learn more by visiting their volunteer web-page.
Abington Township Free Library has hundreds of thousands of visitors a year. With two branches, thousands of books, and hundreds of programs, volunteers play a critical role in providing professional services and providing a welcoming atmosphere fore all. Learn more about volunteer opportunities at the Abington Free Library by clicking here to visit their volunteer web-page.
The Abington Township Police Department plays a central role in the Abington community. They engage residents, students and visitors through programming and organizational support on a daily basis. Residents can offer support to the Police Department in several ways including auxiliary police, Citizens & Police Together, Town Watch, Citizens Police Academy, General Clerical Assistance, Community Service and more. Click here to visit their program page and learn how you can support the Abington Township Police Department!
The Township has many boards, councils and commissions that residents can participate in. Several groups are appointed by the Board of Commissioners, and interested residents will need to apply to be appointed to the specific group of interest when applications are open. However, many groups allow resident participation from volunteers interested in the activities of the group, such as the Environmental Advisory Council and Shade Tree Commission. To learn more about the boards, committees, and councils in Abington visit their web-page by clicking here.