NOTICE: Public Works Flex Position. West Bradford Township seeks a full-time public works maintenance flex employee, Employee will work as needed in all divisions of public works, roads, refuse, wasterwater and parks. Must have construction or like exp. to include property maintenance skills, a CDL Class B with air brake. Competitive salary & great benefits. Application, salary reqs. & 3 references to Twp. Manager, 1385 Camps Dr., Downingtown, PA 19335, or fax to 610-269-3016 or e-mail to email@example.com. Deadline for applications is March 13, 2020. Applications and job description available at Township Building and westbradford.org. Position open until filled. EOE/ADA. Employment Application.
NOTICE: West Bradford Township 2020 meeting schedule: (a) Board of Supervisors (BOS): Jan 6, 6 PM, Organization/Business/Subdivision Meeting; (b) Elected Auditors: Jan 7, 6:30 PM, Organization Meeting; (c) Planning Commission (PC): Jan 7, 7 PM, Organization/Formal Session; (d) BOS: each month, 2nd & 4th Tues, 7 PM, with a work session before and/or after each meeting, as needed; second meeting held only if needed; except March which will be 2nd Monday at 7 PM; PC: each month, 1st & 3rd Tues, 7 PM; second meeting held only if needed; (f) Historical Commission: each month, 3rd Thurs, 7:30 PM; (g) Recreation Commission: each month, 3rd Mon, 6:30 PM; (h) Zoning Hearing Board: each month only as needed, 1st Wed, 7 PM; (i) Emergency Services Board: each month only as needed, 3rd or 4th Mon, 7 PM; (j) Land Preservation & Sustainability Committee: each month, 1st Mon, 6:30 PM. All meetings held at the Township Building, 1385 Campus Dr., Downingtown. Other meetings will be advertised as required. Please visit westbradford.org for “as needed” meeting status and more information.
NOTICE: YELLOW DOT PROGRAM. This program assists citizens in the "golden hour" of emergency care following a traffic crash when they may not be able to communicate their needs themselves. Placing a Yellow Dot decal in your vehicle's rear window alerts first responders to check your glove compartment for vital information to ensure you receive the medical attention you need. The program is a cooperative effort between PennDOT, the state departments of Health and Aging, the Pennsylvania State Police, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, first responders, and local law enforcement. Details here!
NOTICE: Have you heard of Smart911.com? What if there is a fire, medical emergency or a child goes missing? When you dial 9-1-1 under stress, you may not have acces to important details or you may have trouble remembering them. Smart911 is a free service provided by Chester County Department of Emergency Services to help you plan ahead for emergencies. If you ever need to call 9-1-1 for an emergency, Smart911 will provide 9-1-1 with the information you have entered into a private and secure safety profile for your family. This will provide you with help faster. Plan ahead with Smart911.com.
NOTICE: An Important Comprehensive, Easy-to-Read Emergency Prep Guide is now available. Please click here for more information!
NOTICE: ATTENTION BOATERS, FLOATERS AND ANGLERS OF THE BRANDYWINE VALLEY! Give your input to a study for a Brandywine Creek Water Trail. When complete, the Brandywine Water Trail will be a 22-mile recreational water route through Pennsylvania and Delaware. Take the survey today here.
NOTICE: DEER DISEASE/DEATH - Details here from Natural Lands Trust regarding large numbers affected.
NOTICE: Department of Homeland Security Training Reference List - Provided as part of an effort to share important information concerning the safety and security of Pennsylvania residents.
NOTICE: Pennsylvania State Police Bulletins:
Apple ID Phishing Scan
Danger on the Waters...Low-Head Dams
Dangers of Methamphetamine Production
Hostage Phone Scam
Identity Theft Action Plan
Phishing Email Alert
NOTICE: Special Needs Registration for Emergency Response Assistance. The Registry is a planning tool to allow individuals with special needs the opportunity to provide information to local and county emergency response agencies, so emergency responders can better plan to serve them in a disaster. Brochure