HONEY BROOK BOROUGH DECLARATION OF SNOW EMERGENCY
In response to the anticipated serious weather approaching the area, Mayor Chris Mulhall of Honey Brook Borough hereby declares a snow emergency pursuant to the authority of the Honey Brook Code of Ordinances Chapter 15 “Motor Vehicles and Traffic”, Part 5, Section 15-502 “Declaration of Snow and Ice Emergency”.
This Declaration shall commence Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. and shall be in effect through Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 7:00 p.m.
Parking is prohibited on Snow Emergency Routes within the Borough until the termination of the snow emergency. Residents are reminded that vehicles should be removed from snow emergency routes prior to the enactment of this declaration. Failure to remove your vehicles may result in ticketing, towing, or the possibility of having your vehicle ‘plowed in.’
Non-essential, commercial, private and public travel and all parking on Borough Streets are strongly discouraged during the duration of the snow emergency.
Please call 9-1-1 to report a life threatening emergency.
To report a power outage, please call PPL at 1-800-342-5775 or online at https://www.pplelectric.com. Should outages occur, residents are strongly encouraged to refrain from the usage of space heaters, stoves and other non-conventional heating methods. Documented dangers of Carbon Monoxide poisoning include illness and/or death can occur quickly.
Honey Brook Borough residents are reminded that Borough ordinance requires sidewalks to be cleared of snow and ice within 24 hours after a snowfall or formation of ice.
Honey Brook Borough Council has a vacancy on the Planning Commission. The PC meets the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm. Anyone interested in filling the vacant seat should submit a letter of interest to Borough Hall or email to email@example.com by April 6 and is encouraged to attend the PC's meeting of March 25.
Chester County Regional Police Study
The Chester County Regional Police Study is now available. (Click Here to view) Please note that this is a preliminary report and some of the statistics need modification. Updates will be posted as they become available.
Looking to dispose of a large household item? Recycle your item and help build affordable housing in Chester County!
If you have a large item or items (furniture, appliances, cabinets and more) that are in good condition or working order, please contact Habitat for
Humanity of Chester County to arrange a pick-up. (Items can be picked up from the first floor or garage level of your home.)
Visit www.hfhcc.org or call 610-466-1890 for more information or to schedule a pick-up. Donated items will be sold in one of the ReStores.
Proceeds from the ReStores help us to build affordable housing throughout Chester County.
Honey Brook Borough Office is a drop off site for worn or damaged US Flags. These flags will be turned over to the VFW for proper destruction.
Distributions are bi-weekly. Upcoming dates are:
2/11, 10 am-1:30 pm
2/25, 4-6:30 pm
3/11, 10 am-1:30 pm
3/25, 4-6:30 pm
Check the Honey Brook Borough website for future 2015 dates.
The Honey Brook Food Pantry is operating out of the Good Food Distribution Center, 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. The pantry is open to Chester County residents living in the Twin Valley School District or immediate surrounding area. You will need to bring identification showing proof of residency. Individuals may pick up once per month from this location at Door #8. It is requested that you bring reuseable bags.
In the event of severe weather, the Food Pantry will follow the schedule of the Twin Valley School District. Please check their website (www.tvsd.org ) for weather-related school closings. Questions? Call 10-273-6102.
If you are interested in volunteering on distribution days, please contact Ken Ross at 610-291-0067 or email Kross1414@aol.com. There are a variety of duties (some physically demanding, some not) available.