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HONEY BROOK BOROUGH DECLARATION OF SNOW EMERGENCY 

Because of snowfall and frigid temperatures and the hazardous conditions created by this snow event, 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 Saturday, January 19, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. and shall be in effect through Sunday, January 20, 2019 at 1:00 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.


Inclement Weather Office Closures: When there is inclement weather during the winter season, if the Twin Valley School District is closed the Honey Brook Borough Hall office will also be closed.  If the School District opens the following day (Tuesday or Thursday) the office will be open for business on those days.

REMINDER: ACCORDING TO HONEY BROOK BOROUGH ORDINANCE 21-211, ALL SIDEWALKS MUST BE CLEARED WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE END OF A SNOW/ICE STORM.


What if there’s a fire, a medical emergency, or a child goes missing?  When you dial 9-1-1 under stress, you may not have access to important details, or you may have trouble remembering them.  Smart911 is a new service in Chester County that allows you to create a Safety Profile that includes details you want the 9-1-1 center and public safety response teams to know about your household in an emergency. Find out more at:  www.smart911.com 


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The Honey Brook Food Pantry continues to serve Chester County residents within the Twin Valley School District with two distributions each month, home delivered food for seniors unable to access the Pantry and a children’s backpack program. The Pantry is located at the Good Food Distribution Center, 5064 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. Visit honeybrookfoodpantry.org for details. 


 

HOLIDAY/WEATHER TRASH COLLECTION DATE CHANGES


PLEASE MAKE SURE ALL TRASH RECEPTACLES ARE TIGHTLY SECURED WHEN PLACED FOR COLLECTION TO PREVENT TRASH FROM BEING SCATTERED DURING HIGH WINDS AND RAIN. THIS IS IN ACCORDANCE WITH HONEY BROOK BOROUGH ORDINANCE 20-108-1. HELP KEEP HONEY BROOK BOROUGH BEAUTIFUL!!

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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.

Honey Brook Borough

71 Pequea Avenue

P.O. Box 249

Honey Brook, PA 19344

Phone: 610-273-2020

Fax: 610-273-1261

Hours: (view)

info@hbboro.net