The community of Temple, PA, sits within Muhlenberg Township, along the business route of US 222 in Berks County north of Birdsboro. It was named for a local inn called Solomon’s Temple, and today Temple is home to nearly 2,000 residents.
Temple operated as an independent borough until it was disincorporated at the start of 1999. The present boundaries run from Hay Road on Temple’s south end, on up past Mt. Laurel Road and Leesport Avenue, with Kutztown Road serving as the community’s primary thoroughfare. Laurel Run is a creek that cuts its way across Temple, passing close to a number of homes. Monterey Mushrooms and Meyer’s Costume Shop are just a couple of the many small businesses that operate in Temple.
Only the hands of highly experienced automotive professionals will deliver the right auto repairs to car and truck owners in the Temple community. Lee Myles Auto Care & Transmissions proudly utilizes these very hands, serving as the one-stop destination for Temple drivers to get comprehensive auto repairs on most foreign and domestic makes. No matter the extent of your vehicle’s needs, all of us are committed to “going the extra Myle” in auto repairs. We look forward to serving you at our convenient shop location in nearby Birdsboro.