About EAST OAK LANE:

Settled in 1683, East Oak Lane is William Penn's first neighborhood- his first "Green Country Town." Rich with history, gorgeous architecture, green space and cultural diversity, this neighborhood is truly a jewel in the crown of Philadelphia.

Located at "The Northern Gates" of Philadelphia, East Oak Lane's borders consist of Cheltenham Avenue to Godfrey Avenue and Broad Street to N. 5th Street.

Convenient to the newly restored Melrose Park Train station, Fernrock Subway Station and many bus lines- residents have access to all the City of Philadelphia has to offer, yet they enjoy the quiet and beauty of a suburban environment.

The vision of William Penn to create a pastoral oasis for city dwellers is shared by the residents of East Oak Lane. Neighbors are passionate about preservation of their beautiful landscaping and their rich Philadelphia architecture. This community comes together to celebrate their shared respect for the "quality of life" of all of its neighbors. As a result, East Oak Lane continues to attract Philadelphia's great minds and talents who love to call this neighborhood their home.

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To call for inquiries or to volunteer for any OLCAA Committees, please contact the East Oak Lane Hotline at: 215-224-2777.
To call for inquiries or to volunteer for any OLCAA Committees, please contact the East Oak Lane Hotline at: 215-224-2777
P.O. Box 2926 Philadelphia, PA 19141
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