West Vincent Township’s Sustainability Committee will be holding a Sustainability Fair on Saturday, March 16, 2013 from 10:00AM to 2:00PM at West Vincent Elementary School. Click here for more information!
The Fall 2012 Township Newsletter is now available. Click here to check it out!
With the increase of mosquitoes infected with West Nile Virus, the Chester County Health Department is urging residents to take measures to help eliminate mosquito breeding grounds and take simple precautions to prevent mosquito bites.
For more information on the West Nile Virus and upcoming mosquito spraying, visit the Chester County West Nile Virus page.
There are many steps residents can take to help prevent a crime or help police solve crimes that are occurring. Check out the link below for some helpful tips regarding steps you can take to safeguard against some of the more common criminal acts that occur.
The Summer 2012 Township Newsletter is now available. Click here to check it out!
There are six senior centers in Chester County – Coatesville Area Senior Center, Downingtown Area Senior Center, Kennett Area Senior Center, Oxford Area Senior Center, Phoenixville Area Senior Center, and West Chester Area Senior Center. Each senior center is dedicated to supporting the independence and well-being of adults ages 60 and over. Each senior center provides an array of services and programs, including meals, exercise, educational workshops, and referral services. For more information and to find the senior center nearest you, visit www.ChesterCountySeniors.org.
Friends of the African Union Church of South Coventry (FAUCSC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit public charity established in April 2010 to preserve the site of a church and graveyard located in South Coventry Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. FAUCSC is a volunteer public charity with no employees and with no compensation being paid to any member, board member, or officer.
The goals of FAUCSC are to
• Establish the location of graves and mark grave sites
• Clear brush and trees, and establish walkways
• Install fencing where required or desirable
• Post signs and information boards
• Maintain a Web site featuring historical information about the church and graveyard, and updates about preservation and upkeep activities
• Continue research into the history of this site
A timeline for accomplishing these tasks has not been established, but it is expected that tracing the history of the site will be an ongoing project. Please visit www.fauscs.org for more information.
OCTOBER 27, 2010 tags: by Sue Repko South Coventry Township has started what seems to be a fitting tradition: naming its parks and open space after individuals who cared for the land or were instrumental in the Township acquiring the land for generations to come. Every town needs these kinds of citizens. <READ MORE>