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Parkesburg Borough Council Meeting
April 17, 2023
Held at Borough Hall
315 W. 1st Ave., Building 1
Parkesburg, PA 19365
PARKESBURG LION'S CLUB
EASTER EGG HUNT
APRIL 1, 2023
Community Yard Sale
Saturday, April 29, 2023
Borough of Parkesburg
Proposed 2023 Budgets
2023 Proposed Preliminary General Fund Budget
2023 Proposed Preliminary Liquid Fuels Budget
Act 44 Disclosure
UPCOMING HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE EVENTS
HHW COLLECTION DATES:
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR EACH EVENT! REGISTRATION WILL BE AVAILABLE ONLINE A FEW WEEKS BEFORE EACH EVENT.
Saturday, April 22, 2023 - Phoenixville REGISTER HERE
Friday, June 23, 2023 - Coatesville REGISTER HERE
Saturday, August 26, 2023 - Oxford REGISTER HERE
Saturday, October 7, 2023 - West Chester REGISTER HERE
Click here for further details on the upcoming Chester County HHW collection events and a full list of accepted materials.
Click here for the 2023 Southeastern Pennsylvania Regional Household Hazardous Waste Events Schedule.
Have any questions? Take a power point tour of one of our HHW Events
Parkesburg Water Main Replacement
Parkesburg Library News
NEW! Kanopy is a video streaming service that provides instant access to movies, documentaries and kids’ favorites. Go to www.ccls.kanopy.com , enter your library card number, create your account, start watching.
Leprechaun Trap Workshop presented by Parkesburg Parks & Recreation at the library, Saturday, March 11, 12:00-1:30. Sign up at the library.
Story Times for preschoolers, every Wednesday, 10:00 in the Children’s Room.
Homeschool Science Classes. Hands-on activities, Thursdays, 11:00 – 12:00.
Sign up at the library.
March 23: Mixing Magic: Fluffy Spring Slime
March 30: Weather Science Introduction
April 6: Cloud Science
April 13: Painting with Rain
April 20: Thunderstorms
April 27: Wind Art
Ranger Programs Sign up at the library. Programs are at 1:00
June 14: Wild Tracks Hands on training to identify animal tracks.
July 19: Disk Golf Rangers teach the basics of this outside fun sport.
August 9: Stream Study Learn about stream water quality you may get wet.
Sept. 20: Natural Birdfeeders Build your own birdfeeder.
Book Sale, Saturday, March 25, 9:00 – 3:00. Option: buy a bag for $8 and fill it.
Kids Craft and Play, every 3rd Saturday, 1:00 – 3:00. Next: March 18. Sign up at the library.
Brandywine River Museum. We have a FREE PASS! Free admission to the museum for up to 4 guests. Patrons need to come to the library to borrow the pass, first come, first served.
Book Sale Corner, in Children’s Room. Books, DVDs, CDs, etc.
PAWS for Reading, 3rd Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30. Kids read to a dog. Sign up for 15-minute spot.
Knitting and Crochet Club, every Wednesday, 6:00-8:00 pm in the library. All levels of experience welcome. Bring your project and join in the fun!
Mystery Book Club, 3rd Thursday of the month, 6:00 – 7:00.
Chess Club, Every Tuesday at 12:30.
Parkesburg Library, 105 West St, Parkesburg, PA, 610-857-5165, FAX 610-857-1193, www.parkesburglibrary.org, Hours: Monday and Thursday 10:00-5:00, Tuesday and Wednesday 10:00-7:00, Friday 10:00-4:00 (Saturdays 9:00-1:00 June 17-Aug 19). Library Board Meetings: 4th Mondays except July, Aug & Dec, 7:00 in the library.
Yard Sale Permit
Parkesburg Emergency Management Link
The 2022 Guide to Local Farm Products in Chester County (aka the farm guide) is available at Borough Hall .
Joseph S. RealiBorough Manager
Rebecca DurnallBorough Secretary
Todd WitmerPublic Works Supervisor
Chester County Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance Program
The Emergency Rent & Utility Assistance Program serves Chester County residents and can only be accessed by dialing 2-1-1. Please follow the three steps below:
1. Press 2 for Homelessness and Housing Crisis
2. Press 2 for Chester County
3. Press 2 for Emergency Rental Assistance Program
Funding will serve individuals and families that are obligated to pay rent and meet the following three criteria:
- Households obligated to pay rent.
- Qualified for unemployment or have experienced financial hardship due, directly or
indirectly, to the COVID-19 outbreak.
- Demonstrate a risk of experiencing homelessness or housing instability.
- Have a household income at or below 80 percent of the area median (income limits are
subject to change per guidance from the federal government).
Once the client has contacted 2-1-1 for intake and referral, they will need to gather information for submission. Those who are eligible can use the emergency rent and utility funding to pay for outstanding rent, electricity, gas, water, and sewer; and energy costs such as fuel oil or propane, over a 15-month period. To view the application checklist, visit:
A MESSAGE FROM PECO:
We have seen an increase in reports of payment scams in your area. These scammers are contacting PECO customers and falsely claiming their electric or gas service will be disconnected unless payment is made immediately. These scammers use tactics such as “spoofing” to manipulate the Caller ID phone number displayed on your phone so that it appears to be a PECO phone number.
PECO will never demand immediate payment, nor will we ever require one specific form of payment, such as a prepaid card or digital currency. Do not pay on-site for services, PECO employees will never ask for or demand cash payments or personal banking information in-person. You should never provide anyone access to your home who claims to be from PECO, or a contractor working for PECO, unless the person has proper identification.
For more information on payment scams and what you can do to keep your information safe, visit peco.com/scams. If you are ever suspicious of a caller claiming to be from PECO, hang up and call us directly at 1-800-494-4000.