This meeting will be held at 11 am. It will only be held virtually due to the pandemic. Information about participating can be obtained from the BTMA office.
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This poisonous gas kills without warning. It is odorless, colorless and tasteless. For more information click on the link below:
Carbon Monoxide Tip Sheet
The Bern Township Municipal Building is closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Bern Township and the BTMA staff are available by phone and email Monday through Thursday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM and Friday, 8:30 AM until noon.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please call 610-926-2267.
FEDEX and UPS deliveries, please call 610-926-2267.
If you have to drop something off at the township building, please use our new DROPBOX or consider mailing it to our address, or you can call to make an appointment to make a delivery.
BTMA payments cannot be accepted at the Bern Township office window. USE OUR new DROP BOX located by the main door. BTMA payments can ONLY be made at the drive-thru window of Vist Bank, located on Rt 183 across from WAWA.
Or you can mail your payment to the BTMA at the Township address.
Are you cleaning up after cats or kids?
Please do not throw “flushable” cat litter or disposable wet wipes into your toilet. These items may look “flushable” but they do not dissolve or disintegrate.
They cause blockages and other problems in sewer systems, and these problems are very expensive to fix, which will cause the cost of your sewer rates to increase.
So please be considerate and throw the “flushables” into the trash, or these items will wind up costing you and other sewer users a lot of money.
For more information see two links: Flushable to FATBERG and Trash NOT Toilet
Are you using wipes and paper towels to clean or disinfect? Toilet paper is made to disintegrate. Wipes and paper towels should go in the trash, because they are NOT “flushable.” They won’t breakdown. They will tangle into a big lump and block your sewer lines. If a pipe in your neighborhood is blocked, sewage could back up into your house which means a very expensive $$$ mess for you.