trumbauersville
Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Trumbauersville Borough Office Closed

    In light of the Governor’s latest decisions, we have decided to close the borough office to
    the public until further notice.  We are still available by telephone or email  215-536-1761
    or tvilleboro@comcast.net  We apologize for any inconvenience this action may cause.

Water - Trash - Tax  payment
Please use the drop box on the outside of the building or mail.


REAL ESTATE TAX PAYMENTS
Announcement from Betsy Moyer Tax Collector:

    During the time of the Borough Building being closed to the public I will not be having
    payment hours.  Please use the drop box on the outside of the building or mail to my PO
    Box address.  If you would like a stamped receipt, please include a self-addressed
    stamped envelope OR you can email me and request a copy to be emailed back to you.  
    betsymoyer45@gmail.com
    THE DISCOUNT DATE FOR REAL ESTATE TAXES IS STILL APRIL 30.  FACE PERIOD IS
    NOW EXTENDED UNTIL 7/31.  YOU MAY PAY THE FACE AMOUNT DUE FROM MAY 1 TO
    JULY 31.



TRUMBAUERSVILLE BOROUGH EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT

Information on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)





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If you would like a copy of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
PDF please call or email the office and one will be sent to
you

215-536-1761 or tvilleboro@comcast.net
UPDATED 5:45pm, March 21,
2020 - Industry Operation
Guidance

Governor Tom Wolf ordered all
non-life-sustaining businesses
in Pennsylvania to close their
physical locations as of 8 p.m.
March 19, 2020 to slow the
spread of COVID-19.

Enforcement actions against
businesses that do not close
physical locations will begin
Monday, March 23, at 8:00 AM.

The governor also required
restaurants and bars to stop all
dine-in services.
Enforcement for
establishments with a liquor
license began at 8 p.m. March
18, and enforcement for all
other food establishments will
begin at 8 p.m. March 19. Food
establishments can offer
carry-out, delivery, and
drive-through food and
beverage service, including
alcohol.


See below for Governor Wolf's
list of life-sustaining
businesses that can remain
open and non-life-sustaining
businesses that are ordered
closed.
Governor Tom Wolf and
Secretary of Health Dr.
Rachel Levine issued “Stay
at Home” orders The order
now includes 26 counties:
Including Bucks as the state
seeks relief to save lives
and stop the spread of
COVID-19.

This new order takes effect
at 8 p.m., Monday, March 30,
2020, and will continue until
April 30, 2020. All stay-at-
home orders are now
extended through April 30.
All Pennsylvania schools
will remain closed until
further notice. Non-life-
sustaining business
closures remain in effect.
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For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, Pennsylvanians should visit:
https://www.pa.gov/guides/responding-to-covid-19/.
Information on Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)
radio (
AM 1620) and the public access (QCSD) TV channel.  (Comcast-22) (Verizon-37)
Governor Wolf Extends School
Closure for Remainder of
Academic Year
updated
April 09, 2020