COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Updates
last updated:  09/28/2020

Municipal Building is Open
Thankfully, Township staff is safe and well. The Concord Township Municipal Building is open to conduct normal business; however, it is continuing to follow the recommended State and CDC guidelines with township staff working in the building and telecommuting on alternating schedules. All visitors and staff are required to follow safety protocols when entering the building. Visitors are reminded to wear face masks, keep social distance, and adhere to all signage posted at the municipal building.

Please make appointments with the Building & Codes department for permit applications. Residents with non-urgent business are encouraged to contact Township staff via email or phone.

On June 1, 2020, Township Council finalized Resolution 38-2020 to assist Concord Township restaurant owners; allowing for temporary outdoor dining during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

An application must be filed.  Fees are waived.  Temporary permit will expire on October 15, 2020.

To ensure receipt, business owners are requested to email their applications to all both processing staff members: Maureen Kelly and Christina Mahoney.

For more information, please see the below helpful links:

Concord Township Information:
Delaware County Council Links:
  • The County has created a website dedicated to information on the Coronavirus, including prevention, resources and a FAQ section with link to the PA Health Department and CDC, visit
  • Food Assistance Interactive Map
  • Delaware County COVID-19 Case Map
  • Guide to Local Carry-Out Establishments
  • CARES Housing Assistance Program
  • Rent and Utility Assistance for those impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Residents are encouraged to register for the DelcoAlert notification system which alerts residents of updates and emergencies. You can register here:
  • The Delaware County Telehealth Helpline has been set up to provide emotional support to the Delaware County community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Residents may be going through a range of emotions right now due to fear, isolation and health and economic circumstances. The Telehealth Helpline is operating 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Individuals working or living in Delaware County can call 855-464-9342 to speak to a Certified Peer Specialist or a Mental Health Professional. The call is confidential and may be anonymous if the caller prefers.
  • Grocery Help For Seniors:
    During the COVID-19 pandemic, The County of Delaware Services for the Aging (COSA) and Community Transit are partnering to offer seniors an alternative to in-person grocery shopping. Community Transit drivers are available to get grocery lists and payment from seniors and shop and deliver their items. Seniors can stay safely in their homes. The cost of shopping and delivery will be subsidized by COSA.
    To contact Community Transit for this service, call 215-900-2519 or email 
  • Do you have questions about COVID-19?
    Delaware County has partnered with Chester County’s Department of Health to provide a wide range of services to specifically address the corona virus.
    For more information on the Covid-19 outbreak, and the new resources available from our Health Partners in Chester County, visit
    You can also call our joint Health Department Hotline at 610-344-6225 and follow the phone prompts to get help. Trained staff are answering calls 7 days a week from 8:30am-4:30pm.
    At any time, residents and businesses can contact the Greater Philadelphia Corona virus Helpline at 1 800 722-7112 for Corona virus information.
    Delaware County Council encourages all residents to follow the Stay at Home order in effect and do their part by staying informed, alert and healthy.

State of Pennsylvania Links:
  • PA Health Department, visit
  • For the daily COVID-19 Report, visit here 
  • PA Senate Bill 841
  • CARES Act Financial Assistance Available for Renters and Homeowners: Beginning on July 6, Pennsylvania residents can apply for the CARES Act Rent or Mortgage Relief Program being offered by the Pennsylvania Housing Finance. Visit
  • COVID-19 Crisis Line for First Responders & Healthcare Workers:
    Megellan Health recently opened a free national crisis line for all first responders and healthcare professionals who are serving on the front lines of the pandemic.
    The hotline is open 24 hours a day and connects callers directly to licensed mental health clinicians for support. The toll-free number is 1-800-327-7451 (TTY 711).
  • PA Liquor Control Board has mandated the cease of food and alcohol sales for on-premises consumption until further notice.  Non-compliance will result in citations and/or license suspension.  Click Here to see press release.
Center for Disease Control Links: