COVID-19 & Business Operation Update

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For Immediate Release 3/27/2020

Message To Concord Township Residents:

Due to the Governor’s Stay at Home order, Concord Township will be extending its building closure to visitors through Friday, April 10th.  Staff is planned to return on Monday, April 13th.  During this time all non-essential Township business will be handled while employees work remotely from home.  Essential functions, i.e. sewer plant operations, will continue as normal.  Residents are advised to contact Township staff via phone at 610-459-8911 by leaving messages for the appropriate staff members and/or via email.  All correspondence will be responded to within 24 hours.

Although the building will remain closed, Township Council plans to host its regular public meeting on April 7th.  The meeting will be live streamed, and remote public comment options will be made available.  All other Committee and Board meetings are cancelled during the month of April.

Please follow us on Facebook for important announcements and be sure to visit our Township website at to access all information pertaining to the building closure, Council meeting information, staff information, our limited business operations plan, and for important notices regarding COVID-19 and the Township’s response.  If you haven’t already, please also take a moment to sign-up for the Township’s emergency alert system CodeRED.  Residents who are signed-up for CodeRED will receive emergency updates as they occur.  You can sign-up online through the Township’s website at

e encourage all residents and business owners to listen to our public officials during this unprecedented time.  It is important that we all remember the goal of social distancing is to stop the spread of the virus and to not over burden our first responders and medical facilities.  We encourage everyone to stay calm, listen to suggested safety protocols, and to continue practicing preventive health measures. We thank you for your cooperation during this time as we continue to work to protect the health, safety and welfare of our staff and residents.

Township Council