Your Input Matters! Wednesday, May 12, 2021 from 5:00 PM – 7:30PM


Copy of Comp Vision Meeting updated v2 (1) (002)

For those that are unable to attend, or wish to review the information at home, please select the link below for a PDF to review.

 Malvern Borough Community Visioning Boards.pdf

All Malvern Borough residents, employees, and property or business owners are invited to participate in either the Public Open House on May 12, 2021 or to review this PDF packet and submit comments on the materials to the Borough’s consultant, Meredith Braine, Brandywine Conservancy. Comments and responses may be submitted via e-mail at and can be submitted through May 14, 2021. Thank you for your interest and participation!


The following meetings have been cancelled:

May 11, 2021 - Historical Commission
May 18, 2021 – Borough Council

For more information about the next scheduled meetings, please visit the Malvern Borough website at

Upcoming Virtual Meetings


Pursuant to State and Federal guidelines to minimize public exposure to COVID-19, and in accordance with Act No. 15 of 2020, the following meetings of Malvern Borough will be conducted remotely via Zoom. No in-person attendance will be available. The Borough is not liable for any computer security problems that participants may experience. Participants joining these meetings via computer or phone will be given an opportunity to speak.

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Upcoming Meetings:

May 2021

Meeting Date Time Location
Historical Commission May 11, 2021 7:30 pm Zoom
Shade Tree Commission May 17, 2021 5:00 pm Zoom
Borough Council May 18, 2021 7:30 pm Zoom
Comprehensive Plan Task Force May 19, 2021 7:30 pm Zoom
Planning Commission May 20, 2021 7:30 pm Zoom
Historical Commission May 25, 2021 7:30 pm Zoom
Environmental Advisory Council May 27, 2021 7:00 pm Zoom

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REMINDER- Building Closed


Effective immediately, as a caution to the COVID-19 virus and at the recommendation of the Chester County Health Department, Borough Hall is closed to the public until further notice.

Essential services, such as those provided through the Borough administration, emergency services, and the Public Works Department, will continue at this time.

Individuals paying tax and/or sewer bills during this time are encouraged to mail in payments or place payments in an envelope in the dropbox located on the exterior of Borough Hall.

For administrative services, please call 610-644-2602. For police assistance, please dial 911. We urge you to check periodically for more information and updates.

Earned Income Tax Filing Deadline – Update

Keystone Collections Group has announced that they will align the local earned income tax (EIT) filing deadline with the extended deadline implemented by the PA Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) for state and federal tax filings.  As such, the local earned income tax filing deadline is accordingly extended to match the State and Federal date of May 17, 2021.  Keystone Collections Group will accordingly not impose additional filing penalties and interest to taxpayers who file local EIT returns by May 17, 2021.

This extension does not apply to any other tax payments.  Employer filing deadlines for reporting payroll withholdings are not changed. Similarly, quarterly estimates for 1st quarter 2021 have not been extended.

Please visit the website for Keystone Collections Group for additional information.

Keystone Collections Group

COVID Vaccine Update


PA Department of Health:

Vaccines are safe and effective and the best way to protect  you and those around you from serious illnesses.

We are in Phase 2 of Pennsylvania’s vaccine rollout. All Pennsylvanians age 16 and older are eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.

Chester County Department of Health:

Health Department opens COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments to Everyone age 16 and over

The Chester County Health Department announced today that everyone age 16 and over who lives and works in Chester County is now eligible to schedule an appointment to receive a free COVID-19 vaccine.  The move by the county health department brings forward the eligibility dates for Phase 1C and Phase 2, originally directed by the State to occur on April 12 and April 19 respectively.

“Our decision to open eligibility to everyone in Chester County age 16 and over was made based on two factors,” said Jeanne Franklin, Director of the Chester County Health Department.  “First, the number of people in the county who have already received the vaccine, combined with the number of people currently scheduled with us to receive the vaccine over the coming weeks.

“And second, the fact that we have three large-scale clinics that are administering the Johnson & Johnson vaccine this weekend, with a number of appointments still available.”

“We have sent messages to everyone registered with the Chester County Health Department in Phases 1A and 1B to ask them to schedule appointments, and when those appointment rates slowed down, we extended eligibility to Phase 1C.  After a brief increase in scheduling, we are now extending eligibility to everyone in all phases, to ensure all vaccine appointments are filled for this weekend, and into the coming weeks,” added Franklin.

More than 192,000 people age 16 and over in Chester County have already received the COVID-19 vaccine, and the Chester County Health Department reports that a further 47,000 people currently have appointments scheduled with the health department over the coming weeks.

“If you factor in vaccine appointments being scheduled with other providers, plus the assumption that around 70% of the eligible population will actually choose to receive the vaccine, then the number remaining to receive the vaccine is really closer to 50,000 people in Chester County,” noted Franklin.

The Chester County Health Department continues to administer the Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines.   Even with an anticipated reduction in the Johnson & Johnson vaccine coming to the county in the next few weeks, the health department will, on average, be administering 12,000 doses per week.

In opening up eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine to everyone age 16 and over in Chester County, the Health Department asks three things:

  1.  If you haven’t yet registered your interest in receiving the vaccine with the Chester County Health Department, please register now at, and then schedule an appointment.
  2. If you are already registered with the health department, you can login to your account and book an appointment.
  3. If you registered with the Chester County Health Department, and have received your COVID-19 vaccine elsewhere, please remove your name off the registration list to help the health department keep an accurate record of exactly how many people are still waiting to be vaccinated.

In addition to scheduling an appointment online, the option to book an appointment via the health department’s call center is also an option. The call center can currently schedule an appointment over the phone for anyone who does not have access to a computer or who is uncomfortable using the County’s scheduling system.  That number is 610-344-6225.

For more information about the COVID-19 vaccine, and the Chester County Health Department’s COVID-19 program, go to

2021 Alarm Fee

2021 Alarm Fee

Please be advised that if you have a monitored alarm system on your home and/or business, it must be registered with the Malvern Borough Police Department.

In accordance with our Borough Ordinance (, there is a $25.00 per year fee which is due in January of each year.

If you have any questions or need additional info, please contact Corinne Badman at or 610-647-0261.