Street Sweeping will resume its regular schedule starting September 14, 2020. Vehicles are prohibited to park on the street where the “No Parking on This Side of the Street” signs are posted between the hours indicated. Please be advised that violators will be ticketed. See the Borough Code Article X: Street Cleaning for more information.
Please be advised that trash pickup for Tuesday, September 8 was not completed. B&L will be around on Wednesday, September 9 to pick up the trash and the recycling.
Please leave your trash from Tuesday out and have your recycling out as well, and they will be around to collect the cans throughout the day.
Please be advised that due to the pandemic, the holiday, a continued increase in trash, issues at the dumps, and various other reasons, there have been delays and backups throughout the municipalities regarding trash pickup. Please bear with us as we work on a solution to these issues.
A Telehealth Helpline has been set up to provide emotional support to early learning professionals in Delaware County.
855-464-9342, press 3
The helpline is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by mental health professionals to assist early learning professionals living or working in the county. The call is confidential and may be anonymous if the caller prefers.
Early learning professionals can call the line to discuss their concerns, stresses, depression, etc. or can call if they just need to talk to someone who will listen.
For Early Learning Professionals who wish to speak to a resource outside Delaware County, please call the PA 24/7 Help & Referral line at 855-284-2494 or the Spiritual Care line at 717-303-3538.
As of July 6th, 2020, Clay Payne has taken the helm as the Director of the Yeadon Public Library. Mr. Payne earned a B.A. in History and Journalism from Louisiana State University and a Master of Library and Information Science from Clark Atlanta University. He worked in a variety of positions with the East Baton Rouge Parish Public Library, the DeKalb County (Georgia) Public Library, the District of Columbia Public Library, and the Atlanta-Fulton County Library System. Mr. Payne is excited to join both the Borough and the Yeadon Public Library and looks forward to serving the community. We are excited to have him and ask that you please join us in welcoming him to the Borough.
Visit the Yeadon Library website.
Yeadon Borough Tax Collector Julianne James has announced that residents are now able to make payments for the Borough of Yeadon 2020 Taxes online.