A small suburb of Philadelphia it is about a mile in diameter. It is referred to by its residents as P-ville and almost nothing else. It is not currently known for anything, the young want to leave it and the old and crazies come to it to die. Crazies, being the keyword, after Norristown mental hospital closed they have arrived in hordes. That isn't to say Phoenixville isn't without its uses. Its an hour from Philadelphia, Atlantic City and three hours from the Poconos. Its also about 15 minutes from King of Prussia. Its sports teams are known for failing, though in the 80s they were much better. A few hot spots in Phoenixville are the Val Rio dinner, Reeve's park, the Colonial Theatre Steel City Coffee House. These spots will collect a few people to them, especially the late night crowd, but generally the town is dead. Those that want something fun to do will generally leave Phoenixville. In a town so boring everyone has to do something to be unique and have fun, creating a very interesting group of people, both older residents and those who go through the school system. In the end Phoenixville is a hub, people travel through it and are occasionally caught by its small town charm, but its not a place that most people want to stay, even with all the desperate growth that the city counsel is trying to pump into it.
Phoenixville, the town of the dead and crazies, most commonly referred to as P-ville.
by Zanduar November 12, 2005
More commonly reffered to as Iladelphia, and sister town to Kimberton, the two small suburban towns come together to film a small utopia in western PA. About a half hour from Philadelphia, Phoenixville is a great little town where everyone knows eachother. On a normal friday night you can find half the student population at one of three places: Wawa, Wendy's, or Rocco's (co's), where they sit around and complain there is nothing to do. Parties are very rare and for that very cherished. Deep down though, sitting around is fun, as long as they are together because the whole town shares an unconditional love for everyone else in it. Many icons can represent phoenixville such as Mike bike, ballsy, and Abdul. The high school's football team owns the league every year and strengthens the bond that the town has. To live in Phoenixville is to feel at home.
More commonly reffered to as Iladelphia, and sister town to Kimberton, the two small suburban towns come together to film a small utopia in western PA. About a half hour from Philadelphia, Phoenixville is a great little town where everyone knows eachother.
by Luke O'Brien September 26, 2005
A place next to Limerick that gets a ton of Nuclear radiations, yet unlike Limerick doesn't get tax breaks. It is a place that when you can stop and get drugs outside the library YES it is that public. Middle schoolers get busted for sexting and high schoolers don't "Get Busted" for having sex... They walk around casually with there stomach in their face cause they are having a baby. The citizens of "P-Ville" refer to the shady part of the town as "The North Side". Many who live in "The North Side" say "Oh, but I live in a good neighborhood" There are no such things in the North Side, half of the place's homeowners "Don't want to be found" or have a meth lab in the kitchen. Phoenixville has no value and if the power plant that was talked about earlier blew up they would not even mention the little town died. This place sucks, every teen that is here wants to get out.
Phoenixville = Chernobyl
by Get Me Out February 12, 2013