Located in Southern Delaware County Pennsylvania, Lower Chichester is located on the Delaware border just North of Marcus Hook PA, and is easily accessible from Route I-95.
With a population of approximately 3,500, Lower Chichester is a suburb of Philadelphia that is more like a small town community.
Free Grocery Shopping Services for Seniors in Delaware County
During the COVID-19 pandemic, The County of Delaware Services for the Aging (COSA) and Community Transit are partnering to offer Delaware County seniors an alternative to in-person grocery shopping. Community Transit drivers are available to get grocery lists and payment from seniors and shop and deliver their items.
Seniors can stay in their homes. The cost of the shopping and delivery will be subsidized by COSA. To contact Community Transit for this service, email GroceryDropOff@CTDelco.org or if you do not have access to email call 215-900-2519.
CHIRP: “COVID-19 Hospitality Industry Recovery Program.”
The CHIRP program signed into law on 2/5/21 by Governor Wolf requires counties to establish grant programs for these eligible businesses adversely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in the hospitality industry. Below is a document with details outlining this program. More information will be available and presented in a free webinar hosted by the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce and the Delaware County Commerce Department on Tuesday, March 2nd @10:00am. Registration instructions are also document below.
Lower Chichester Township Board of Commissioners would like to thank:
All Police, Fire, and First Responders for the hard work and dedication you have shown and given during this time of crisis
As the saying goes, your only called when someone needs you.
You are needed, respected, and thanked ALWAYS by us.
Due to concerns with the coronavirus, the Township Commissioners and Emergency Management have made the decision to close the Linwood Youth and Senior Centers to all non-essential events and visitors indefinitely due to the pandemic.
This includes all group events that utilize the gymnasium, community room, senior center, Township meeting room, and Police Department. All groups affected by this decision will be notified directly. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the health and safety of our residents comes first.
The Township Office and Police Department employees will continue to work while the offices are closed to non-essential visitors. Thank you.
The Youth Center is closed. Re-open date TBD.
The Senior Center is closed. Re-open date TBD.
It has come to our attention that persons are asking residents to see their UTILITIES BILL TO GET YOUR INFORMATION. Please DO NOT SHOW YOUR BILL OR ANY OTHER DOCUMENT concerning your personal information. ...Thank You, Lower Chichester Commissioners
Residents can contact the Township via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Township at 610-485-1472 and we will do our best to respond within 24 hours.
For Police/Fire/EMS Emergencies call 911.
For questions regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus call the Pennsylvania Health Department at 1-877-PAHEALTH or 1-877-724-3258, https://www.health.pa.gov/Pages/AlertDetails.aspx.
Board of Commissioners Meetings
LOWER CHICHESTER TOWNSHIP
NOTICE OF HEARING
Lower Chichester Township Public Hearing Notice
The meetings are typically held the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:30pm Online or at the Lower Chichester Municipal Building: 1410 Market St., Linwood PA 19061
Members of the public interested in presenting any views with respect to the Township's intention to form the proposed municipal authority are invited to attend the hearing by telephone and to present their views. Please call the Township at 610-485-1472 the day of the hearing for the call-in information or consult the Township website for information.
Senior Citizens Informational Meetings
Senior's regular meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at the Senior's Building.
Lunch is held at 12:00
Meeting begins at 1:00
First Precinct: Tuesday and Friday
Second Precinct: Monday and Thursday
Lower Chichester Township was settled in 1679, and incorporated as a township in 1682. It became a first class township in 1918. The original township was named after Chichester, an ancient city in the county of Sussex, England. That city was formerly called Cissancester, that is, the city of Cissa, because it was built by Cissa, the King of the South Saxons.
Township Office Holiday Schedule 2021
Lower Chichester Township Office will be closed:
January 1, 2021
January 18, 2021
February 15, 2021
April 2, 2021
May 18, 2021
May 31, 2021
July 5, 2021
September 6, 2021
October 11, 2021
November 2, 2021
November 11, 2021
November 25, 2021
November 26, 2021
December 24, 2021
December 27, 2021