Mail-in Voting Now Available in PA!

Mail-in Voting is available for the November 3 election. Applications must be received by Chester County Voter Services by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 10/27/2020. Because the U.S. Postal Service has warned that some mail ballots might not be delivered on time, election officials urge voters to request and return their ballots weeks earlier. View information.

Ballots must be received by the county election office by 8 PM on 11/3/2020. A postmark is not enough! Completed mail-in ballots can be dropped off 7 days/week, 24 hours per day at the Chester County Government Services Center, 601 Westtown Rd., West Chester 19382. Additionally, despite the Trump campaign and Republican National Committee suing the state to block drop boxes from being used in November, efforts are underway to establish drop-off locations throughout the county for the General Election. Check the Chester County Voter Services website for updated information.

State Police issue information on fireworks

It’s not too late to complete the 2020 Census

View information about how you can still respond online, by mail, or by phone.

Post-Flood Cleanup Information

HHW Collection Event ~ Saturday, 8/29 in Oxford

Virtual monthly BOS meetings, public comment

The Board Of Supervisors plans to continue virtual meetings for the foreseeable future using GoToMeeting software. Please review Guidance for Remote Meetings for tips on getting the best remote meeting experience.

Public Comment on Non-Agenda Items will occur at the start of meetings, after Announcements and before individual agenda items are discussed. Should you wish to speak on a topic, please forward your comments via e-mail to by the Wednesday before each meeting (so, by August 19 for the August 24 Board meeting). Also, the Board will ask for comments from attendees after each agenda item that requires Board action.

State Trooper “Move Over” Project

View this State Police Press Release about a multi-state effort reminding drivers to move over and/or slow down when approaching stopped emergency vehicles with emergency lights activated.

Pocopson property tax face period extended to 12/31

At their May 18 meeting, the Board of Supervisors extended the face period for payment of 2020 municipal real estate taxes from 5/31 to 12/31/2020. This extension is ONLY for 2020 as an accommodation to the Covid-19 situation. Taxes not paid by 12/31/20 will be liened.

Pocopson Park Playground Closure

The playground apparatus (swings, climbing sets, etc.) at Pocopson Park is off limits until further notice. The purpose is to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus through contact with contaminated surfaces and to discourage the congregating of individuals wishing to use the apparatus.

Township parks (pathways, trails, etc.) are still open and people are encouraged to walk outside, jog, ride bikes, etc. Do not congregate and please maintain social distancing measures. Let’s all do our part to help flatten the curve. View flyer.

Barnard House property on Wawaset Road

Many of the windows at the Barnard House have been removed for glazing and painting. Repair/replacement of sills, sashes, jambs and trim is underway and should be completed by spring.

The barn on the property has been disassembled by the Public Works crew. Because some of the barn wood may be incorporated into the design of the new Township building, the Township has no plans yet to sell or otherwise dispose of the salvaged wood.