Coronavirus Updates & Resources

Mayor’s Proclamation

Governor Wolf’s COVID-19 Disaster Declaration
Mayor Hepkins’ Emergency Proclamation Letter

Borough Resources

The Borough of Yeadon will be closed for normal business and for non-essential personnel. Only essential employees are to report for duty. All activities at the Hall have been suspended, such as Hall rentals. If you need to pay tickets, citations, and/or taxes you may mail it to the Borough at 600 Church Lane, Yeadon, PA 19050, or put them in the mailbox located outside by the lobby doors. If you encounter any emergency, please call 911.

Effective Saturday, March 14, 2020 the Yeadon Public Library will be closed.

All permits and rental inspections are suspended until further notice. New resale inspection applications will not be accepted at this time.

Parks and fields are closed to the public. Gatherings of two or more people are prohibited at this time.

Lunches for school age children are available from 11am-1pm, Monday through Friday, until further notice. In Yeadon, lunches may be picked up at Evans Elementary School, 900 Baily Road. See all lunch pickup locations in the William Penn School District.

Governor Wolf announced on March 30th that schools are closed until further notice.

Trash and recycling pickup will follow the regular schedule.

Yard Waste Drop Off is postponed. Street sweeping will be performed as needed.

Sign Up for Emergency Notifications

Sign Up for Delco Alerts
Delco Alert Emergency Notification System signup


Wearing Face Masks: Information on wearing face masks when leaving your home

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) recommends frequent handwashing for at least 20 seconds. When using hand sanitizer make sure it contains at least 60% alcohol. Also, avoid touching your face especially with unwashed hands.

Centers for Disease Control Resources

Coronavirus COVID-19
How to Protect Yourself
Symptoms & Testing
Frequently Asked Questions

Pennsylvania Health Resources

Responding to COVID-19 Guide
Coronavirus FAQs
PAcast Virtual Press Conference

Governor’s Office

Support and Referral Helpline for Pennsylvanians in Need of Behavioral Health Resources and Referrals During COVID-19 Public Health Crisis (April 3)
Governor Wolf Calls for Universal Masking (April 3)
List of Non-Life Sustaining Businesses
Issued ‘Stay at Home’ Order (March 23)
Close All Non-Life Sustaining Businesses (March 19)
Close Non-Essential Business (March 16)
Statewide Mitigation Efforts (March 16)
Close Dine-In Services (March 15)
Mitigation Guidance (March 13)
PA School Closures (March 13)
COVID-19 Disaster Declaration (March 6)

Delaware County

Community Resources during COVID-19 crisis
The following information can be found on Chester County’s website in an effort to help Delaware County mitigate the spread of the COVID-19.
Call for information and guidance at 1-877-PA-HEALTH (1-877-724-3258).

Delaware County Data & Maps
Report Potential Exposure
Delco Alert (Emergency Notification System)
Things to Do at Home
Life Sustaining Businesses FAQ & Waiver Application
Food Assistance Locator
Delaware County Council on Twitter | Facebook


Office of Unemployment Compensation: Information for workers impacted by COVID-19

U.S. Small Business Administration

Disaster Assistance

Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development

COVID-19 Working Capital Access Program (CWCA)


Virtual Field Trips
Scholastic – Join Zoom Meeting
Learn at Home
Libby, by Overdrive Library App
Xfinity Opens Free WIFI during COVID-19 Emergency
Philly Zoo at 2 (Facebook Live Series)