Tri-County Chamber of Commerce
As the primary business advocate, the Tri-County Area Chamber of Commerce provides relevant membership services and proactive leadership to enhance economic opportunity and quality of life within our region.
Pottstown Regional Public Library
The Pottstown Public Library not only serves borough residents, but it is the source of library services for over 50,000 people throughout the tri-county area. The library houses over 70,000 volumes, with collections ranging from best sellers in fiction and nonfiction, materials for young adults, large print books, local history, and special collections. The library is located in Downtown Pottstown at:
Pottstown Hospital Tower Health
Our philosophy states that 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week, you will find trained physicians who take the time to listen to what you have to say. You will be greeted warmly by nurses who are truly compassionate and a registration staff that understands that people come before paperwork. Visit the Pottstown Hospital for more information.
Carousel at Pottstown
The vision of the Carousel at Pottstown is to be the catalyst for Pottstown's downtown revitalization and to return revenue to the community with profits of the operating carousel. Free-standing carousels can attract over 225,000 riders and even more visitors a year. This will:
- Improve Property Values
- Stimulate Employment
- Dissipate Crime
- Enhance the Quality of Life
- Encourage Home Ownership
TriCounty Active Adult Center
The TriCounty Active Adult Center offers a wide variety of programs, activities, trips, social services and a large menu for meals.
Steel River Playhouse
Steel River Playhouse is a nonprofit performing arts organization working with area leaders to develop a performing arts center for the Tri-County region, in downtown Historic Pottstown. Visit the Steel River Playhouse website for a listing of current performance and educational opportunities and to learn more about the Performing Arts Center Project.
The Pottstown YMCA is a family oriented organization with many activities and excellent facilities including:
- Warm Water Pool
- Lap Pool
- Indoor Track
- Two Gyms
- Racquetball and Squash Courts
- Fitness / Wellness Center
- Child Development Center
- Cardiovascular and Strength Training Exercise Rooms
- Locker Rooms for Men, Women, Youth Facility/Program Member Rooms
- Baby Sitting
- Child Watch
The YMCA is conveniently located at:
Founded in 2005, ArtFusion 19464 is a non-profit organization that works to improve the quality of life in the community by working with other non-profits, the faith community, media, local government, and volunteers to promote education through arts and culture and in youth mentoring.
ArtFusion 19464 offers art classes for all ages and skill levels. The gallery hosts rotating exhibits of local and national artists.
Beech Street Factory
341 Beech Street
Tri-County Community Network
The Tri-County Community Network (TCN) is an organization that encourages partnerships among businesses and community members in southern Berks, northern Chester and western Montgomery Counties.
We coordinate human services, offer assistance in solving community concerns and to improve service to those in need. Specific purposes of the network are to:
- Network to improve services,
- Engage in community planning through education,
- Advocate for constructive change at all levels; and
- Function as a clearing house for and exchange of information and resources concerning health, social and environmental issues.
Tri-County Community Network
2151 E. High Street, Suite C
The manor house exemplifies the restrained elegance of early Georgian architecture popular with wealthy English gentry during the mid-18th century. Built in 1752 for John Potts, ironmaster and founder of Pottstown, the mansion was situated on a 1,000 acre plantation, which by 1762 included the town of "Pottsgrove."
As a successful ironmaster and merchant, John Potts, was appointed Justice of the Peace and Judge on the Philadelphia County Court of Common Pleas. He was elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly from both Berks and Philadelphia Counties.
Although only four acres of original property remain today, Pottsgrove Manor has lost none of its original charm and architectural beauty. The sandstone exterior, elegant interior and fine furnishings reflect the eminence that the Potts family had attained before selling the property in 1783. The mansion has been restored to recreate the lifestyle and times of the Potts family. Today there are educational demonstrations in the "Hands-on-Room".
Hours & Contact Information
- Pottsgrove Manor
100 W. King Street
- Phone: (610) 326-4014
- Hours: Tuesday to Saturday: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of Montgomery County
Exciting volunteer opportunities for adults 55 throughout Montgomery County. Over 1300 volunteers currently assist more than 350 nonprofit organizations with varied tasks. In addition, a comprehensive menu of twelve programs offers every volunteer the chance to utilize his or her talents and experiences to meet a variety of critical community needs. Field offices are conveniently located throughout the County to offer volunteers opportunities right in their own backyards. Western Field Offices located in Pottstown, Red Hill and Collegeville. Learn more by visiting the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program website.
Schuylkill Valley Regional Dance Company
Schuylkill Valley Regional Dance Company was founded in 1971 by Phyllis Dersh Rudzitis and is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to promoting dance in the community. We provide many opportunities to dancers, ages 7 years and older, to experience on-stage shows.