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Relocation of Township Offices and Police Department


The Aston Township Offices and Police Department located at 5021 Pennell Road will be relocating to new office space in the Riddle Valley Industrial Park at 2 New Road at the end of September.  The phone numbers for the Township Offices and the Police Department will remain the same. The Township Offices will occupy space on the first floor of the 2 New Road Building, Suite 123.  The Township Offices will be closed on Monday, September 27th for the move and will tentatively reopen on Tuesday, September 28th at 8.00am.  Office hours continue to be 8:00am – 4:30pm.  The mailing address [...]

Relocation of Township Offices and Police Department2021-09-21T14:10:58-04:00

Clearing To Begin For Amphitheater Project


Beginning the week of August 23rd the clearing of trees and shrubs behind the Community Center will take place. This clearing is being done as the beginning phase for the 300 seat amphitheater that will be built  in the future. Currently the Township is only doing site preparation and grading for the project. Below you will find a completed picture as well as a description of the project.  If you should have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Township Building at 610-494-1636. The Aston Community Center Park outdoor amphitheater, a 0.9-acre, 250 to 300 seat venue, will include a [...]

Clearing To Begin For Amphitheater Project2021-08-26T10:45:18-04:00

2021 Easter Egg Decorating Contest Winners


The Aston Township Parks and Recreation Committee would like to thank everyone who participated in this years first Easter Egg Decorating Contest!  There were some really amazing eggs submitted to the contest, making it very hard to pick the winners.  The Committee would also like to thank Pretzel Boys and Just Ice Cream, both local Aston businesses, for graciously donating the contest prizes.  Your support to the community does not go unnoticed and is very much appreciated. Below are our contest winners by age group: 11-12 Age Group: 1st Prize - Addyson Garrity                  [...]

2021 Easter Egg Decorating Contest Winners2021-04-24T07:33:41-04:00

Aston Township Hometown Hero Banners


The Aston Township Hometown Hero Banner Committee is excited to announce the kick off of our Hometown Hero Banner program.  The program will create a tribute to recognize and honor veterans who are serving or have served our Country in the United States Armed Forces.  To qualify the person must be a veteran, living or deceased and must have had a connection to Aston Township at some point in their lives (lives or lived in the Township). The banner will be 30"x 48" and made of heavy vinyl, printed the same on both sides.  The banner will display the service person's [...]

Aston Township Hometown Hero Banners2021-04-24T07:52:09-04:00

Substitute Crossing Guards Needed


The Aston Township Police Department is currently looking for substitute crossing guards to fulfill vacant positions.  Interested candidates can apply at the Aston Township Police Department, 5021 Pennell Road., 1st Floor during normal business hours (Mon - Fri 8am to 4 pm). Any questions, please contact the ATPD at (610) 497-2633.

Substitute Crossing Guards Needed2021-02-17T11:28:01-05:00

Joseph McGinn Appointed Second Ward Commissioner


At a special meeting of the Aston Township Board of Commissioners yesterday, Joseph McGinn, Jr. was appointed Second Ward Commissioner. Joe was sworn in by the Honorable Magisterial District Judge, Diane Holefelder, in the presence of his family. As a result of resumes being submitted by qualified individuals from the Second Ward, the Commissioners conducted interviews and selected Joe McGinn. He will complete the term of former Second Ward Commissioner Carol Graham which expires January 1, 2022. Joe McGinn brings a wealth of knowledge to the table from his experience working in the areas of public and government affairs with Sunoco, [...]

Joseph McGinn Appointed Second Ward Commissioner2021-03-08T17:23:04-05:00

Jan. 21 Update on COVID-19 Vaccinations in Delaware County


Please find below the information Delaware County has updated regarding the COVID-19 vaccinations as of January 21, 2021. The Chester County Health Department has adjusted its Phase 1A populations to include individuals 65 and older and those ages 16-64 with certain underlying medical conditions. The Chester County Health Department is updating its vaccine interest forms to reflect changes in vaccine recommendations that were announced yesterday. The updated forms will be available on Thursday, Jan. 21 here: chesco.org/covidvaccine Anyone who has previously submitted the form for Group 1B and now qualifies for Group 1A does not need to complete a new form. [...]

Jan. 21 Update on COVID-19 Vaccinations in Delaware County2021-02-03T11:59:20-05:00

In Remembrance of 2nd Ward Commissioner Carol A. Graham


It is with great sadness the Aston Township Board of Commissioners regrets to inform our residents of the sudden passing of Second Ward Commissioner, Carol A. Graham.  Commissioner Graham was currently serving her eleventh year as Township Commissioner.  In those eleven years the things she was able to accomplish were unmeasurable.  Commissioner Graham served as the Liaison for the Parks and Recreation Committee for the past ten years, in that time her involvement included the Township’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt & Bunny Brunch, Christmas Tree Lighting and Winter Fun Festival, Summer Movie Nights as well as our Hometown Concert Series.  Most [...]

In Remembrance of 2nd Ward Commissioner Carol A. Graham2021-03-08T17:23:58-05:00

Information on Aston Township Recycling Program


Recently we have received many phone calls, emails or social media inquiries as to why recycling was not collected at your home.  As a part of the Aston Township Single Stream Recycling Program, the dump site the recycling collected is taken to DOES NOT ACCEPT ANY PLASTIC BAGS no matter the color or type.   If there are plastic bags or contaminated items (ie: pizza boxes with food remains on them) the dump site will charge the Township for the error.  Some have complained their recycling was thrown in the trash truck instead of the recycling truck; if there is any form [...]

Information on Aston Township Recycling Program2020-12-27T19:36:00-05:00
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