Meeting Agenda 9.15.21
FOR LANDLORDS/RENTAL PROPERTIES
Be Careful of What You Flush!
Christiana Borough is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Employee. This is a full-time, 40 hours per week position. Duties include but are not limited to maintenance and repair of streets, buildings, trucks and equipment, parks, along with operation of trucks, snowplows, and other equipment. Experience in any or all areas is helpful but not required. A valid driver’s license is required. This is a fulltime permanent position with benefits. Applications can be obtained at the Borough Office, 10 W. Slokom Avenue, Christiana, or on the Borough website www.christianaboro.org.
Please email your completed application to : email@example.com or you can send via regular mail or drop off at the borough office Monday through Friday 8:30 am till 4:00 pm
Please do not flush wipes down the toilet!
During this troubling time, we ask that you flush only toilet tissue into the sanitary sewer lines. It is very important for us to have well operating sanitary sewer systems in order to maintain the health and safety of our residents and employees.
Do not dispose of paints, varnishes, toxic materials in the sanitary sewer lines. This creates conditions at the wastewater facility which puts us in violation with DEP. In the end this costs everyone.
The Christiana Borough office is open during regular business hours. Note that you do not have to come into our building to pay your water/sewer/trash bills, or drop off building permits. If you need to stop by, please use the drop box to the right of the front door. Call or email to let us know you have placed something in the box, and we will be happy to get your application or payment from the box and process your request. Our phone number is 610-593-5199 or feel free to email. If you’re not sure which member of our staff you need to reach, send your email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be sure it gets to the right person. Thank you for your understanding.
CORONAVIRUS Simple Steps You Can Take
You can take very basic steps now to avoid getting sick – as well as curtail the spread of COVID-19. Unfortunately, in times of panic or crisis, we can forget basic infection prevention actions.
Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds – especially after going to the bathroom; before eating; and after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. If soap and water aren’t available and your hands are not visibly dirty, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands. Use a tissue to blow your nose and put the tissue in the trash. Cough or sneeze into an elbow. Avoid close contact with people who are sick. Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
In general, take care of your health. Your body will be better able to fight the coronavirus and good health pays dividends even if you never get sick. As with other viruses, the risks are often connected to your age and overall health condition.
These steps also provide helpful protection from the seasonal Influenza, which still remains a significant threat to the public. There have been 32 million cases of the flu so far this season, resulting in 310,000 hospitalizations and 18,000 deaths.
If you feel sick…
Follow the same steps you’d take if you believe you had the flu. Stay home from work or school, unless you feel that you need medical attention.
If you feel sick with a fever, a cough, or have difficulty breathing, call your doctor’s office and tell them your symptoms. Also consider using online, telemedicine options offered by most health systems (clinicians with Penn Medicine OnDemand, for example, can be reached at 717-544-2222) which enable you to speak to a provider via your mobile phone or tablet. By calling in advance, medical experts can help to make decisions about whether, when and where you should be evaluated. Be prepared to answer questions about your symptoms, your travel history and your risk of exposure to the virus.
Based on what we know so far, most cases of COVID-19 do NOT require hospitalization. In 8 of 10 cases, patients experience a fever and cough and recover slowly over the course of a few weeks. With this in mind, the CDC suggests creating a household plan, based on the needs and daily routine of you and your family. In any disaster, it’s smart to plan and get what you need if you’re stuck at your home. Besides, if people in the community are sick, you’ll want to stay at home.
While the continual flow of COVID-19 news can be both frightening and concerning at times, use what you’ve learned to your advantage. Following through on the advice of experts will help protect your health and mind – and you’ll be better prepared for the unexpected.
RECYCLE GUIDELINES – Click on this link Recycle Right Flyer
Christiana Volunteer Fire Company – Order your reflective “911 Address Signs”. Please go the Our Community page. Look up Christiana Fire Company and click on Address Marker Form.
VACATION-HOUSE-CHECKS Please complete the Vacation House Check Form should you wish to have our Borough Police check your property while you are away. Place in the Borough Drop Box or bring into the Police Department.
RESIDENT CONCERN REPORT Should you have a concern please complete the Resident Concern Report and forward to the Borough Office.
***NEW*** FOR SETTLEMENT COMPANIES, REAL ESTATE AGENTS WATER/SEWER/TRASH CERTIFICATIONS: Water/Sewer/Trash Certifications now require a fee! Please contact the Borough Office or click on link. Final WST certificate request
PLEASE NOTE: Building Permits, Zoning Permits and Solicitation Permits are required in Christiana Borough.
Water and Sewer Specifications