If you have delinquent taxes and go online to pay, please make a note to pay the delinquent amount stated and not the total due. The total due includes the February, 2015 amount. I have some residents that like to prepay for February and cannot do so unless I add that payment. Thank you in […]
Vendors who wish to Peddle/Solicit must obtain a Peddler’s/Solicitors Permit, approved and issued by the governing body of Chester Township. All individuals submitting an application must undergo a detailed background check. Permits are issued for a limited period of time, with duration ranging from a week to a year. Permits will have a photo ID on them. Residents […]
The Chester Township Green Team is partnering with the UPS Store of Chester to offer our community the chance to safely dispose of sensitive documents through bulk paper shredding. Bring your bags and boxes of old tax returns, bank statements, receipts, medical statements, etc. to the UPS Store at 95 West Main St. in Chester […]
Recently, Chester Township received a Public Protection Classification Summary Report. We invite residents to forward this information to their insurance carriers as this may be helpful in reducing homeowner insurance rates. Please see the Forms on the Municipal Clerk’s page for the ‘Fire Protection Classification Report,’ and the ‘Fire Company Apparatus List’ to use when contacting […]
You can get to the online tax payment page by clicking on Taxes in the menu bar above / then click on Online Payments. Thank you for your patience as we roll out our new website.
Most private drinking water is drawn from wells. Consumers are responsible for maintaining the quality of their private water supply by conducting their own testing and reducing potential pollution sources. These potential pollutants can be from bacteria entering into your well, acidic water corroding household piping, or household chemicals that contaminate groundwater after improper disposal […]
CHESTER TWP. ‑ It’s been just over two months since the Chester Community Garden opened and more than 80 residents have turned the fenced-in space at Highlands Ridge Park into a thriving mix of towering sunflowers, vegetables, herbs, flowers and even small watermelons. Organizers are trying to get out the word that there’s still time to start an […]