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Virtual Presentation on Resources During the Pandemic on Thursday, Dec. 17

Delaware County Council and the Department of Human Services will host an online presentation on Thursday, Dec. 17 at 2:30pm.

The presentation will highlight some resources available to the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Presentations by:
County Offices of Services to the Aging (COSA)
The Office of Workforce Development
Housing And Community Development

Residents can watch the live presentation on the County’s website and social media:

Food Distribution

Eddystone Partnerships Distribute Groceries to Those in Need

On Saturday, December 12th, in conjunction with Delaware County Community Transit, Eddystone Borough was able to distribute boxes of groceries to those in our community in need. If you or anyone you know is in need of food assistance please reach out. Please also sign up for our code red alerts so that you can stay up to date on important borough announcements, including when food will be distributed.

Over the past few weeks, borough manager Dawn Jones, Police Chief Ed Mokshefsky, Councilman Rob Yannuzzi and GSU President Karen Barnes have formed a partnership between the borough and the non profit Grands Stepping Up to help take up operations with the Eddystone pantry. 

Eddystone Meeting Notice

Eddystone Borough Council Meeting to Be Held Via Zoom Monday, December 14

Eddystone Borough Council Meeting

Monday, December 12

7:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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St. James Toy and Clothing Drive

St. James Alumni Association Holds Annual Toy and Clothing Drive

The St. James Alumni Association held its Christmas Toy and Clothing Drive on December 9th and 10th as a way to help those less fortunate who are impacted, physically and financially, by the current situation. Active since 1940, the association is currently led by President Michael “Mike” Ritz, Vice Presidents Jim Connor and Lou Robinson, Treasurer Jim Robinson, and Secretary Scott McNeill.

To learn more, visit the St. James Alumni Association online at or on Facebook.

Santa in Eddystone

Santa Visits Eddystone Saturday, December 12th!

Santa will be waving to all the residents of Eddystone this Saturday, December 12th, at 10:00 am!

Santa will still be doing his TOY GIVEAWAY from noon til 1 pm at Lighthouse Hall! This is a drive-by only toy giveaway! Toys will be for children in 5th grade and younger (up to ages 11/12). 

Everyone MUST wear their masks, so Santa does not get sick!!!  Please be responsible!

We must protect Santa so we can still have Christmas!

Masked Santa Claus

chicken parm

Sign Up Now for Contact-Free Senior Luncheon on Saturday, December 5

Due to COVID-19, the borough’s annual senior luncheon will not be in person this year. Instead, we would like to provide the luncheon meals via delivery to each senior’s front door sometime around 12 noon on Saturday, December 5. We will be masked-up and sanitized to ensure the safety of our neighbors.

Meal Includes: Chicken parmesan, a side of spaghetti, a side salad, and a roll and butter.

Please do your part in signing up your neighbors so that we can get every senior a meal! In addition, please be sure to ask your neighbor if they would like a meal delivered, and make sure that no one else has already signed them up. This will make it easier to count the number of meals we will need.

This form must be brought back to borough hall by Monday, November 30th, 2020. Place in the mailbox or call for assistance, and please call so we are expecting the forms!

Download Signup Form: Contact-Free Senior Luncheon Dec. 5, 2020

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County Issues Holiday Guidance 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.

Explore the Eddystone Code Book Online

The online Eddystone Code Book is available for review online. You can easily search, print, email, and copy and paste any text contained in the borough’s municipal code.

Additionally, a number of commonly referenced codes are highlighted on the Codes & Zoning section of the borough website. The section also features a library of code and zoning forms.

Eddystone Online Code Book