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The South Perkasie Covered Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Mean winter temperatures are in the 20s F, with record winter highs only in the 50s. of 2010, there were 8,511 people residing in the borough.
The racial makeup of the borough was 93.9% White, 1.0% African American, 0.2% Native American, 1.0% Asian, 0.0% Pacific Islander, 0.5% from other races, and 1.4% from two or more races.
The fire was fought by about 300 firefighters who came from over 50 fire companies in three counties. The latter was photographed for the cover of the July 7, 1945 edition of The Saturday Evening Post, an artistic rendition of a Fourth of July parade by John Falter.
The Task Force was given the name of the Perkasie Towne Improvement Association (PTIA).
One month later the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad presented the Fire Company with a tire for a steam locomotive driver wheel for use as a fire alarm.
This was installed in a cupola of the Groover building (now in front of Silverdale Fire Company).
The PTIA's focus was to oversee the reconstruction of not only the area of the town center affected by the fire, but also other retail and residential areas in the central part of the Borough.
As a result of these efforts, streetscape enhancements of decorative street lights, underground utilities, new sidewalks with decorative brick borders were built and new benches, trash receptacles and street trees were placed throughout the focus area. Average highs range from 38F in January to 85F in July, and average lows range from 16F in late January and early February to 60F in July.The population in 1900 was 1,803; in 1910, 2,779 people lived in Perkasie. Both the town of Perkasie and Pocasie Creek derive their name from the Lenape Unami phrase Pèhpahkàsink/Poekskossing which translates to "One who goes to the place to crack nuts" Or " one who cracks nuts there". Sink sounded a lot like sing which translates to place or area.