The Malvern Borough Police Department is aware of someone posing as an officer from our department advising you have an open case with us and they then request money for “warrant and subpoena” fees. The phone number they are calling from is a “spoof” number and shows our actual number, but it is not really coming from here. No police department would ever ask you for money over the phone, nor would they issue you a warrant over the phone either. DO NOT ever give out personal or banking information to any caller unless you have verified their identity first. Some callers can seem extremely legitimate, but no law enforcement agency will ever request payment over the phone. If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 610-647-0261 or the Radio Room Non-Emergency number, 610-647-1440 for an officer to call you back.
Join the Malvern Borough Parks and Recreation Committee for our FALL FOOD DRIVE.
Did you hear?? The Malvern Borough Parks and Recreation Committee is hosting a Fall Food Drive. We will have donation bins at all of our events as well as at Borough Hall. At the end of the season we will donate the items to the Chester County Food Bank! This year has been hard for so many people. Let’s help our neighbors.
Donation Bin is located inside of the Malvern Borough Hall. Please leave all non-perishable donations in bin.
Since March 2020, Malvern Borough has been operating in adherence to the recommendations and guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the PA Department of Health, and the Chester County Health Department. At this time, Malvern Borough’s COVID-19 Emergency Declaration, adopted on March 17, 2020, remains in place. As Chester County and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania are moving to the next phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, Malvern Borough will be modifying its practices and efforts. Please see the information below:
Malvern Borough Hall re-opened to the public effective June 1, 2021.
All individuals entering Borough Hall must wear a mask when inside the building.
Individuals making tax and/or sewer bill payments are still encouraged to mail in payments or place payments in an envelope in the dropbox located at the exterior of Borough Hall. An option to pay by credit card is available on the Borough website.
Malvern Borough has resumed in person attendance for all public meetings. A virtual meeting option remains available for all public meetings via Zoom. Zoom meeting links will be indicated on the Borough website and on meeting agendas. All individuals attending public meetings in person must wear a mask until further notice.
Malvern Public Library
The Malvern Public Library is happy to announce that they are returning to their regular open hours starting on June 1, 2021.
Masks will still be required for entry.
The Malvern Public Library will be open to browse 6 days a week, including Fridays. The hours will be as follows:
Mondays & Tuesdays from 9:00 am – 8:00 pm
Wednesdays & Thursdays from 9:00 am – 6:30pm
Fridays from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturdays from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Computers will be available for public use starting on June 1, 2021 by appointment. To ensure fair access to the Malvern Public Library, computer use will be limited to one (1) hour at this time.
Malvern Borough meetings have resumed permitting in-person attendance. All meetings are held at Malvern Borough Hall (1 E. First Avenue, Suite 3, Malvern, PA 19355) unless otherwise noted. Masks are required for anyone attending in person.
A virtual meeting option will continue to be available via Zoom if you choose to attend any of the monthly meetings in that format. Malvern Borough is not liable for any computer security problems that participants may experience. Members of the public may access via computer or phone. Information on how to participate remotely is contained in the information available by clicking the “Continue reading” link below.
Click the “Continue reading link below to see more!
|Borough Council||October 5, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Parks & Recreation Committee||October 6, 2021||7:00pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Historical Commission||October 12, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Shade Tree Commission||October 18, 2021||5:00pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Zoning Hearing Board||October 18, 2021||7:00pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Borough Council||October 19, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Comprehensive Plan Task Force||October 20, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Planning Commission||October 21, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Historical Commission||October 26, 2021||7:30pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
|Environmental Advisory Council||October 28, 2021||7:00pm||Borough Hall & Zoom|
PECO has DPM (Distribution Preventive Maintenance) work scheduled for circuits in Malvern Borough starting in early October and they should be complete before the end of December. This work will include routine tree trimming and selective tree removals.
Attached is a highlighted municipal map that outlines the scope of work.
FEMA announced today a Disaster Recovery Center, for Chester County residents only, is open as of 1:00pm at the Ashbridge Square Shopping Center, 945 E. Lancaster Avenue, Downingtown (between the Christmas Tree Shop and Staples Stores).
LINK to DRC Press Release
The Small Business Administration (SBA) also announced today that a Business Recovery Center is open at the Chester County Economic Development Council, 737 Constitution Drive, Exton. Press Release is attached
Hurricane Ida Information
County Website for general information: www.chesco.org/ida
The County is running a MARC (Multi-Agency Resource Center) at the United Sports located at 1426 Marshallton-Thorndale Road in Downingtown. Representatives from the state, local governments, insurance companies, PECO, and other resources will be there to answer questions. The MARC will be open 9/8 to 9/9 from 12pm to 7pm.
Aqua is still advising of a decrease of water pressure in our area due to the Pickering Dam Water Plant being damaged.
If you have had damage from the storm and have not reported it, please do so. The following survey can be filled out: https://survey123.arcgis.com/share/fdbade25e1ba4273809638eee8f02cfe
You can also contact our Emergency Management Coordinator, Corinne Badman, at email@example.com.
Flood Recovery Information: https://www.chesco.org/1833/Flood-Information
Chester County Non-Emergency Dispatch: 610-647-1440
Malvern Borough Police: 610-647-0261
Malvern Fire Company: 610-647-0693
Hurricane Ida Home Cleanup Hotline: 844-965-1386 (if you need assistance with cleanup)
Did you know that Malvern Borough accepts online credit card payments?
You can make payments for real estate taxes, quarterly sewer bills, building and other permits, and applicable items with the Malvern Police Department. The Borough outsources this service to MuniciPAY, which is specifically designed for government use. All information entered is secure.
Links to pay online are available on the left side menu of the Malvern Borough website, with specific links for sewer, tax, code enforcement, and police payments. Clicking the respective links will send you to a third-party payment website specifically designed for Malvern Borough. Please be advised that there is a 3% service charge for paying by credit card. Please contact the Malvern Borough administrative offices with any questions.
MuniciPAY offers online payments to many different Municipalities and other government entities across the US. Many of these groups offer online payments to their customers. The following steps may vary slightly from the actual configuration of the entity you are attempting to pay, but the checkout process is the same for all customers.
Help with payments? See link below for details on how to use MuniciPAY.
2021 Household Hazardous Waste Residential Events
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL HHW EVENTS!
Malvern Parks and Civic
2021 Tennis Membership
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 (https://www.ecode360.com/11229205?highlight=alarm&searchId=35466095760603190#11229205), 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-647-0261.
PLEASE REVIEW THE COVID-19 INSPECTION GUIDELINES BEFORE SUBMITTING ANY AND ALL PERMITS.