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Posted on: March 15, 2020

Coronavirus Update April 3: Supervisors To Meet Virtually On April 7

April 3 

The regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors’ meeting set for Tuesday, April 7 at 8 p.m. will occur as planned but will be a virtual meeting.

In keeping with social distancing guidelines, interested residents can log-on to join a Zoom meeting by clicking here before the Board of Supervisors’ meeting begins on Tuesday evening. Alternatively, residents can dial-in to listen to the meeting at 312-626-6799 (Password: 691636).
Although residents and interested parties are free to make public comment at Tuesday’s virtual Board meeting, it is suggested that comments and questions be submitted before the meeting occurs by clicking here

Township staff is carefully testing the Zoom platform to ensure that the virtual meeting runs as smoothly as possible, but we ask for your patience should any technical issues occur.
The agenda for the April 7 Board of Supervisor’s meeting can be found here. We would like to thank several applicants who delayed consideration of various land development projects and Zoning Hearing Board cases until a future date given the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Board of Supervisors has elected to cancel its April 21 meeting.

April 7 Board of Supervisors meeting Zoom link

April 7 Board of Supervisors telephone dial in:
1-312-626-6799 (Password: 691636).


The Board of Supervisors will consider extending the discount and face value period for real estate taxes by one month when the board meets on Tuesday.  


Sewer bills are arriving in mailboxes around the Township.

For your safety during the COVID-19 crisis, please do not visit the Township Building to pay your bill. Bills can be paid online with a credit card, via electronic check, or by mail with a check or money order.

Effective March 31, 2020, Whitpain has waived all Township service fees associated with credit card payments for this billing cycle.

The Supervisors will consider extending the deadline for sewer bill payment at their meeting this Tuesday night.  


The coronavirus is causing unprecedented interruptions to daily life. Businesses are especially hard hit by required closures and new guidelines, such as social distancing.
These steps are necessary to help fight the outbreak but the Township understands the economic impact and has collected these resources for businesses and employees.

The deadline for a business to apply to stay open during the coronavirus outbreak is today at 5 p.m. Click here for the application. 
During this time, consider helping a small business by ordering takeout or purchasing goods online. Every little bit helps.
Montgomery County
Montgomery County coronavirus employer hub  
Montgomery County Workforce Development 
Montgomery County Commerce Department 
Pennsylvania CareerLink
Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation 
Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development coronavirus resources 
SBA’s COVID-19 Disaster Relief Loan Program 


March 27, 4 p.m. 

As we enter the weekend, here is the latest from the Township.

Please continue to use email and telephone to conduct Township business next week. The Township asks that you limit activity to essential business.  

All Township meetings for next week are cancelled.

Parks and Recreation programming is cancelled for the next several weeks as the department awaits more information and guidance from health officials.

Playground equipment, tot-lots and basketball courts at Township parks remain closed until further notice. Park users should use their best judgment and err on the side of caution when using park facilities and public spaces. Practice social distancing if you visit a park. Leashes should be used with dogs at all times.

Please No Wipes In Pipes  

The Township urges residents to only flush toilet paper down toilets. Flushing other items, such as such as sanitary or disposable disinfectant wipes, tissues, paper towels, dental floss or other hygiene products, can cause backups and clogging in the sewer system. Remember "No Wipes In Pipes" please.  

Credit Card Fees To Be Waived For Sewer Bill Payments 

Sewer bills will begin arriving in mailboxes around the Township in the next few days.

For your safety during the COVID-19 crisis, please do not visit the Township Building to pay your bill. Bills can be paid online with a credit card, via electronic check, or by mail with a check or money order.

Beginning on April 6, Whitpain will waive all Township service fees associated with credit card payments of sewer bills. 

Blood Drive April 7 At MCCC 

A Blood Drive is scheduled for April 7 at Montgomery County Community College from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in College Hall.

To make an appointment, go to the Red Cross website and enter sponsor code MCCC Blue Bell or your zip code.

Complete The Census

Census envelopes like this one should have arrived in mailboxes by now. If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes and complete the census online, by mail or phone. Let’s make sure everyone in Whitpain is counted. 

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