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Residents with Health Problems Should Evacuate Now

Residents with health problems are requested to evacuate now.
October 28, 2012

The following announcement has been released by the Delaware Township Emergency Management Agency:

Any Delaware Township resident that has a significant healthcare issue or requires long term oxygen must immediately evacuate your home and go to a healthcare facility that will be able to accommodate your needs. 

If you have no means of transportation or if you are physically unable to evacuate on your own, ask a neighbor to assist you. 

Delaware Twp declares State of Emergency

Public Service Announcement

Sunday, October 28, 2012

DELAWARE TOWNSHIP, Pike County, Pennsylvania – The Delaware Township Board of Supervisors along with the Delaware Township Emergency Management Coordinator, George Beodeker, have declared a State of Emergency.  Delaware Township residents should use extreme caution.  Yesterday, the Township distributed flyers to the community associations and local businesses encouraging residents to prepare themselves for Hurricane Sandy.  Sandy is expected to hit our area this evening and residents should stay off the roads and remain in their homes.  Please go to and for tips on hurricane preparedness and further updates. 

PPL Electric Utilities Urges Customers to Make Preparations for Hurricane Sandy

PPL Electric Utilities Urges Customers to Make Preparations for Hurricane Sandy

Plan Now to Keep Family, Friends Safe

 (Oct. 26, 2012) - Although Hurricane Sandy's expected arrival on the eastern seaboard is still days away, PPL Electric Utilities asks customers to make preparations now to stay safe during the storm.

"According to the latest weather forecasts, the storm could cause widespread damage resulting in power outages lasting several days," said Gregory Dudkin, president of the utility.

"It's important to make a plan now to deal with situations that might affect you, your family and your friends and neighbors," he said. "Take this storm seriously, stock up on food and water and think about how to stay warm if the power goes out."

Here are some steps you can take to be ready before a storm hits:

Prepare a storm kit: Take a few minutes to assemble supplies you would need in the event of an outage lasting more than a few hours. Examples include canned food and a manual can opener; bottled water; a flashlight with fresh batteries; and a first-aid kit. More tips on storm preparation are available at and

Make a plan: Customers who are elderly, have small children or have special personal needs should plan the actions they would take in the event of an extended outage.

Other ways to stay connected:

It's never too late to sign up for PPL Alerts, a free service that allows customers to receive important information about power outages by phone, text or email. Information about how to sign up for PPL Alerts is at

Customers can also receive information and storm restoration information by following PPL Electric Utilities on Facebook and Twitter.

PPL Electric Utilities preparation update

"We've already made arrangements with outside line crews and have hundreds of contractors on standby to provide additional support should it be necessary," Dudkin said. "Crews from our sister utilities in Kentucky will be arriving Sunday, and we're also bringing in additional crews from as far away as Utah."

In total, a workforce of about 1,500 outside line crews, assessors and tree trimmers is ready to help respond to storm damage and power outages, tripling PPL Electric Utilities' physical workforce. PPL Electric Utilities has also secured large generators to serve any critical customers - hospitals, 911 centers, sewage treatment plants - affected by the storm.

Since the busy storm season of 2011, PPL Electric Utilities has made numerous storm response improvements, including increasing phone lines for customer service and expanding emergency call capacity to better handle high volumes of customer calls during major storms.

Customers experiencing outages are asked to report them at 1-800-342-5775 (1-800-DIAL-PPL) or through the online Outage Center at When prompted, customers reporting by phone should press 1 for "Power Problem." The Outage Center also is available on smart phones or other mobile devices.

Other steps to take in an outage also are available at the utility's online Outage Center.

PPL Electric Utilities, a subsidiary of PPL Corporation (NYSE: PPL), provides electric delivery services to about 1.4 million customers in Pennsylvania and consistently ranks among the best companies for customer service in the United States. More information is available at


Paul J. Canevari

PPL Regional Community Relations Director

Proclamation of Disaster Emergency

October 26, 2012
Governor Tom Corbett issues Proclaimation of Disaster Emergency for Pennsylvania
Click here to view the proclamation.

Hurricane Preparedness

Delaware Township Emergency Management
October 26, 2012

Pennsylvania uses AlertPA to provide our citizens and partners with timely information to assist them in making informed decisions. AlertPA delivers emergency and weather alerts, health notifications, tax notifications, building alerts and updates to steer, guide and warn you on all your devices: Email account (work, home, other), Cell phone (via SMS), Pager, Smartphone/PDA

Emergency preparedness guidance from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, lists and explains specific threats and response.


Downloadable materials, including home and car emergency kit checklists and emergency plan templates, are available at and also through 1-888-9-READYPA. Citizens can find information about getting involved in local emergency response efforts and other volunteer opportunities through the Web site or the toll-free

The American Red Cross, through its strong network of volunteers, donors and partners, is always there in times of need. We aspire to turn compassion into action so that all people affected by disaster across the country and around the world receive care, shelter and hope.


Legal Notices




January 16, 2015

The News Eagle




 The Delaware Township Board of Auditors will hold regularly scheduled meetings on the third (3rd) Saturday of each month at 10:30 a.m. beginning February 21, 2015. These meetings will be held at the Delaware Township Municipal Building(s), located at 116 Wilson Hill Road, Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328.


  Thank you.

  Krista Predmore
Township Administrator/Assistant Treasurer

Thomas Farley, Esq.

Township Solicitor



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