Morrisville is a quaint little borough of approximately two square miles. It is located midway along what is known as the Northeast corridor, between New York and Washington, D.C. It shares the banks of the Delaware River with its neighbor, New Jersey. The community dates back to the times of George Washington, Robert Morris and George Clymer. The days when the canal and the river played a vital part in the American life.
With the advent of industrialization, Morrisville became one of the primary providers of steel, rubber goods and manufacturing. The intricate railway system played a vital role in the development of this area.
Today, Morrisville has about 7,000 families residing within its borders. Virtually all of the industry has faded from Morrisville's landscape. But the enthusiasm and determination of its people has remained. All around there are signs of revitalization and rebirth of this tiny little town.