Chester County has announced the schedule for the 2016 Town Tours and Village Walks. Town Tours and Village Walks is a series of free summer strolls through historic neighborhoods, hamlets, villages and sites. Tours will be held weekly on Thursday evenings from June 9 through August 25. This year’s series will celebrate 300 years of the iron and steel industry in Pennsylvania by highlighting many of the historic villages, iron master mansions and industrial sites that shaped our region.
South Coventry Township will be hosting a historic walk through the village of Coventryville on June 16, 2016 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm as part of the Town Tours and Village Walks. Volunteers are still needed to assist with this event! If you are interested in being a historian, tour guide or helping with registration, please contact the Township Office at (610) 469-0444.
For the full Town Tour schedule and more information on this year’s special events celebrating 300 years of the iron and steel industry, please visit the Town Tours and Village Walks page at www.chesco.org/planning/towntours.
The Public Review Draft of the South Coventry Township Comprehensive Plan Update is now available for review. A paper copy is also available for review at the Township Office during normal business hours.
A public meeting will be held on May 16, 2016 at 7:30PM at the South Coventry Township Building. Residents and property owners are invited to attend this public meeting to ask questions and provide comments regarding the draft document. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to the Township Office at (610) 469-0444.
The 2016 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event in South Coventry Township will be held on Saturday, May 21 at the Owen J. Roberts Middle High School Campus, 881 Ridge Road, Pottstown, PA 19465. The collection site will open at 9:00AM and will close at 3:00PM sharp. NO electronics or appliances will be accepted. For more information about Household Hazardous Waste that will be accepted at this event please click here.
Visit the Chester County Solid Waste Authority for a complete list of dates and locations for the 2016 collection events.
The lack of rain, low relative humidity and strong winds have created an elevated risk of fire danger. Open fires are NOT recommended due to high risk of spreading, causing wildfires. Also be very careful with the disposal of any smoking materials.
The Spring 2016 Township Newsletter is now available. Click here to check it out!
The Chester County Solid Waste Authority has released the dates for the 2016 Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events. Please note, electronics will NOT be accepted.
For more information on electronics recycling, visit the Chester County’s Solid Waste Authority’s Recycling & Safe Disposal Opportunities page or see our Electronics Dropoff Site post.
The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive insect that has been identified in areas of Berks County, Bucks County, Montgomery County and in South Coventry Township. Native to China, India and Vietnam, this invasive species has the potential to greatly impact the viticulture (grape), tree fruit, plant nursery and timber industries in Pennsylvania. Early detection is vital for the protection of Pennsylvania businesses and agriculture.
Warwick County Park will be hosting an information session on Saturday, April 16, 2016 at 11:00am about the life cycle of the Spotted Lanternfly and quarantine information. The speaker for the session will be Dana Rhodes, State Plant Regulatory Official from the PA Department of Agriculture. This session is open to the public but will be limited to 45 participants. Please contact the Warwick County Park Office at (610) 469-1916 to register. For more information and directions, please visit www.chesco.org/ccparks.
For additional information on identifying the Spotted Lanternfly and how you can help, please visit the Department of Agriculture’s Spotted Lanternfly page.
The Chester County Solid Waste Authority will be accepting electronics dropoffs including TVs, computers, and other electronics and appliances at the Lanchester Landfill for free until December 1, 2016. There is a three unit limit per vehicle (a complete computer system is considered one unit). All items must be intact and no disassembled items will be accepted. Residents must be able to unload their own items. Items must be put on appropriate pallet or in the labeled gaylord box. Appliances that are mostly metal should be disposed in the metals container for recycling.
For directions and hours of operation, please visit the Chester County Solid Waste Authority website.
Wonder what happened to the e-waste collection events? Find out more about why it is so difficult to recycle your old TVs and computer monitors at www.eWastePA.org!
In honor of African American History Month, the Friends of the African Union Church of South Coventry have shared some of their pictures and research in the Township Office. Stop by the office to check out their display and learn more about the progress they have made in documenting and preserving an historic site in South Coventry Township!