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Alert: Trash Disposal for Residents Receiving Cancer Treatment

Hot Load Procedure for Residents Receiving Cancer Treatment

Our trash collector, B&L Disposal, has informed the borough that if you or a family member are receiving cancer treatment, you should separate any trash containing bodily fluids of any kind from the rest of the household trash and hold it outdoors for several days before putting it out for pickup. Failure to comply may result in trash collection delays or fines.

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Register for Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events

Delaware County 2021 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events

This Program is offered as a community service to the residents of Delaware County and is not open to businesses, institutions or industry.

On the Event dates listed below, Only Household Hazardous Waste will be accepted. Electronics will NOT be accepted.

Registration required for all events, Register at:

Saturday, April 24:
Emergency Services Training Center, 1600 Calcon Hook Rd., Sharon Hill (Darby Twp.) 19079

Saturday, June 19:
Delaware County Community College, 901 Media Line Road Media PA 19063

Saturday, Sept 18:
Emergency Services Training Center, 1600 Calcon Hook Rd., Sharon Hill (Darby Twp.) 19079

Saturday, Oct., 16:
Upper Chichester Township Municipal Bdg, 8500 Furey Road., Upper Chichester, PA 19061

See a list of acceptable and unacceptable items.

Sponsored by:
County of Delaware
Delaware County Solid Waste Authority
Covanta Delaware Valley, L.P.
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection

Public Safety Committee Meeting – Saturday, November 28

A Public Safety Committee Meeting will be held on Saturday, November 28 at 9:30 am.

The meeting is open to public participation via Zoom using the information below:

Public Safety Committee Meeting
Nov. 28, 2020 09:30 AM Eastern Time

Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 934 7789 7477
Passcode: 19050

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Library Seeks Volunteers for Virtual After-School Program

Yeadon Public Library is seeking local teens and young adults to volunteer in our virtual after-school program.

Middle and high school students are needed to assist our elementary students with homework help, projects and activities. We are also seeking high school and college students to assist in facilitating weekly clubs such as coding, gaming, book clubs, arts & crafts, etc.

High School Seniors needing community service, please contact Yeadon Public Library @ 610-623-4090.

Volunteer forms can be picked up at the library or email us at

Visit the Yeadon Public Library online at

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A Day of Thanks: Pick Up A Platter – Free Dinners Available Monday through Wednesday

Men of Action Brothers of Faith will conduct its A Day of Thanks event as a “Pickup A Platter” event due to COVID. Delicious platters with all of the fixins will be available at locations in Upper Darby (11/25), Yeadon (11/24), and Darby (11/23) on separate days Monday through Wednesday, 4:00 through 7:00 pm. More info

Masks are required so stop by and grab a platter or two and go. We look forward to seeing you!

Free Thanksgiving Dinners

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Borough Council Legislative Meeting – Thursday, November 19

Yeadon Borough Council will hold a legislative meeting Thursday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited to join via Zoom at the link below.

Borough Council Legislative Meeting
Thursday, November 19, 2020

7:00 p.m.

Please click this URL to join:

Or join by phone:
US: +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799

Meeting ID: 816 9864 3767

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Delaware County

Holiday Guidance Issued During the COVID-19 Pandemic

As Thanksgiving and the holiday season approaches, many people look forward to spending time with family and friends. This year looks much different due to the COVID-19 pandemic and residents are strongly urged to reconsider traditional holiday plans.

COVID-19 cases in Delaware County have been rising and the county has now exceeded the highest number of outbreaks since the height of the pandemic. At the height of the pandemic, there were 232 cases a day in Delaware County. On Nov. 18, Delaware County reported 287 cases, bringing the total of positive cases in Delaware County to 17,184. There have been 836 COVID-19 related deaths in the county.

Public health investigators are linking a majority of cases in Delaware County to social gatherings and are strongly urging people to not host gatherings this holiday season. The safest way to celebrate the holidays this year is to celebrate virtually or with just the people in your household.

“While it’s extremely difficult to not gather with the ones we love this year, it’s necessary if we want to mitigate the spread of the virus and protect our loved ones and the community,” said Delaware County Council Chairman Brian Zidek. “It’s a small price to pay now in order to protect our community and schools and businesses who may be forced to shut down if our numbers continue to rise.”

The Chester County Health Department has issued Holiday Guidance during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Holiday Guidance:

  • Limit in-person holiday gatherings to only people you live with or limit to a small group of individuals with whom you are regularly in contact.
  • Keep visits short – gatherings that last longer pose more risk than short gatherings.
  • Host a virtual holiday dinner with extended family or friends, especially if they are at higher risk for illness from COVID-19.
  • Prepare traditional family recipes for family and neighbors and deliver them in a way that doesn’t involve contact with others.

See the full guidance here.

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Trash Collection Could be Affected by Closure of Delaware County Transfer Station

Please be advised that Yeadon Borough’s trash pickup schedule may be impacted due to the temporary closure of the Delaware County Waste Authority Transfer Station #3 in Marple Township due to COVID-19. As we receive further information, additional notice(s) will be posted. We appreciate your patience. Please feel free to contact the borough with any questions or concerns.

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