COVID-19 Update - March 17, 2020

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Upper Darby Township

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – March 17, 2020

Mayor Barbarann Keffer and her administration continue to update the Township’s response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) as new information becomes available. As always, our first priority is the safety of our residents and our Township employees.

In an effort to comply with updated guidance, the March 18th Township Council Meeting is postponed. The Township is making every effort to ensure that future meetings are conducted in a manner that protects the health of our Township Council, along with members of Boards and Commissions, while also complying with the Pennsylvania Sunshine Act. It is absolutely critical that the government continues to function during this and any future emergency and that is why plans and protocols are being put in place to ensure the continuity of government.

The Township Government remains fully operational but the Upper Darby Township Municipal Building is now closed to the public for the rest of the week. Residents are strongly encouraged to utilize phone (610-352-4100), email (requests@upperdarby.org), and the Township website (www.upperdarby.org) to conduct township business.

All government functions are operating as usual and trash and recycling pick up will continue.

Mayor Keffer reminds the public to stay calm, stay home, and stay safe. She thanks the community for doing their part to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).