For the June 2, 2020 Primary election, Chester County Voter Services has announced that both precincts will be voting at the Township Administration Building, 500 Suplee Rd. Voting hours remain the same – 7:00 am – 8:00 pm.
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At the May 13, 2020 meeting, the Board of Supervisors canceled the remaining May meetings: May 19 Land Preservation Committee meeting May 21 Park & Rec Board meeting May 28 Planning Commission meeting A decision regarding the June meetings will be made at a later date.
The Chester County Planning Commission (CCPC) interviewed Board Chairman John McHugh to highlight Honey Brook Township’s Land Preservation efforts. Click here to read the May 6, 2020 article.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has announced changes to driver’s license and photo ID card renewals. Pennsylvanians with photo cards issued prior to May 10, 2020 must report to a licensing center to renew their licenses; however, those with expired or expiring licenses who have not been issued a photo card may renew their […]
Tel Hai Retirement Community is now receiving donations of ear-loop handmade fabric masks, medical-grade masks, surgical masks, N95’s (particulate respirators) and isolation gowns. At a time when medical supplies are running low nationwide, they will appreciate your contributions. Currently, Tel Hai has sufficient supplies to meet its current demand, but they are preparing for future […]
On April 8, 2020, the Honey Brook Township Board of Supervisors has updated its Emergency Declaration from March 23 (Resolution 10-2020) to a date yet to be announced in Resolution 13-2020.
As a cautionary plan, the Township Administration Office is closed to walk-in traffic effective 3:00 pm March 16, 2020 until further notice. The James A. Umble Park is CLOSED to group activities until further notice. The April 8 Board of Supervisors Regular Meeting was held on the “Zoom” virtual meeting platform. All other April Committee, […]
The Chester County Department of Mental Health has a variety of resources available to residents during this particularly unusual and stressful time of at-home isolation. Their monthly Minding Your Health newsletter for April 2020 lists many of these resources. We may be apart during this time, but nobody should have to feel alone!
The United States Census Bureau is interested in knowing who is living in each household as of April 1, 2020. Mailings started landing in mailboxes in early March. As of March 31, 33.9% of Honey Brook residents have already responded to the United States Census Bureau mailing, mostly online. There is still time to participate! […]
Chester County’s 2-1-1 call center is for any human services referral through the United Way of Chester County. Click here to see the complete list. Residents can call 2-1-1 or text their ZIP Code to 898-211 for assistance. Live operators will be available 24/7.