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Township Response to COVID-19In response to the ongoing pandemic COVID-19, beginning tomorrow, March 19, all Township offices will be closed to the public. Staff will be present and business hours will continue to be 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, but public access to the Township’s Administrative and Public Works Buildings will be highly restricted. This closure will last until April 3, and will be reevaluated every two weeks thereafter.Those seeking to do business with the Township are encouraged to do so by phone, email, or other virtual communication tool. Most forms, documents, and information can be obtained from the Township’s website. A drop box will be placed at the front entrance for payment of bills, document drop-off, pickup, etc.The Township will continue to perform building inspections and has no plans to delay any bid awards or public works projects at this time.The Township’s Compost Site will remain open to the public and will follow normal hours of operation. As of now, Advanced Disposal has informed us they will follow their normal trash and recycling routes.For the time being, all Township parks will remain open to the public. The public are encouraged to exercise due caution and health safety practices including: wash your hands, avoid sick people, clean surfaces, cover coughs/sneezes (not with your hands), and practice social distancing.In the coming days, the Township anticipates issuing a disaster declaration.The Township encourages the public to keep the community’s first responders and health professionals in mind during this crisis situation. The Township’s website and social media are the best sources of information for the public for issues related to Township operations, service delivery, and local government news.# # #For more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Cory Adams, please call or email.