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ReadyChesCo is used to notify you during a major crisis or emergency, and delivers important emergency alerts; such as weather, road closures, health or community alerts.  You can choose to sign up by county, municipality or by topic:

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Summer Road Work

Roads to be Oil/Chipped/Fog Sealed starting summer 2023 – Whitewood Way, McMullan Farm Lane, Running Fox, Ridgeway Drive, Little Fox Lane, Wedgewood Drive, Cossart Road, Old Baltimore Pike, Hickory Hill Road South from Rt. 1 Please do NOT PARK on the street when road work starts.  These roads will be posted ahead of time for motorists to find another route. The fog seal process will be applied a week or so after the oil/chip process.  If you have questions, please contact the Road Master, David Allen at 610-388-9180.

Earned Income Tax Provider – Keystone Collections

Keystone Collects is the Chester County EIT Tax Collector.  EIT Tax Return is due by April 18th.  The quickest way to get your refund is to file online.  If you live and work in PA, you an e-file on our tax administrators secure website, which is available 24/7 at If you use e-file, you will need your W-2, your SS# and any other income documents that may apply (such as a PA-UE or a Schedule C))

Keystone redesigned e-file to make it even faster and more user-friendly

If you have questions regarding the local tax filing, call Keystone’s Taxpayer Helpline at 1-888-328-0565 to speak with a Taxpayer Service Agent.  You can also email your questions 24/7 to Taxpayer Support on our website.  Agents try to respond to all online inquiries within three business days.

Taxpayers with earned income in 2019 are required to file a Final Tax Return.

Weather Event – Being Prepared

1.  Fill gas tanks of all cars/trucks

2.  Power failures are typical.  Purchase extra supply of batteries to power radios/flashlights

3.  Well water or spring water requires electric pump.  Provide for one gallon of water per person per day

4.  Have ample suppy of any medications needed by household members

5.  Let township know if electrically powered medical equipment is in your home – name of patient, address, phone number

6.  Have ample food for minimum of 3 days

7.  Do no use your home phone or cell phone unless necessary.  Circuits get overloaded.

8. Call 911 with emergency – not the township.

9.  DO NOT drive on flooded roads – ever

10. Avoid any normal high water areas such as Brintons Bridge or Rt. 1 at the river.  These areas are often the first trouble spots.  If

Route 1 at the Brandywine River is closed, don’t attempt to cross.

11. If you own a NOAA Weather radio, use it.  It is the most reliable source of weather information.

You may reach me anytime at 610-399-5324  Michael Hochhaus, Emer. Mgmt. Coordinator, Pennsbury Township

Township Alert

PLEASE KEEP YOUR DOORS LOCKED, especially during the summer and alert your neighbors when you go away.  There have been people soliciting contribution for “dubious” organizations.  If you do open your door, always ask for credentials and photo ID.  If they cannot produce this, do not spend anymore time talking to them.  Call the state police at 610-268-2022.