Waste Management Update
Effective Wednesday, March 25, Waste Management is temporarily suspending the performance of the following services, which are non-essential during this period of emergency:
ALL TRASH/REFUSE MUST BE BAGGED AND SEALED (AND WHENEVER POSSIBLE) PLACED IN CONTAINERS. LOOSE ITEMS WILL NOT BE COLLECTED.
- Bulk Collection: furniture, carpet, mattresses, appliances, etc.
- Spring clean-ups
When the Declarations of Emergency and social distancing recommendations have been eased, Waste Management will return to pre-pandemic services.
Tax Collector and Township Office Closed
The Tax Collector and Township offices are now closed to the public. The Tax Collector has a drop off box at her home for anyone wishing to hand deliver their taxes. If you need to speak to the township secretary, you may do so by calling 724-946-8074. If you need to speak to a township supervisor, please call Dick Wilson at 724-674-2086.
The Rabies Clinic originally being held on April 25, 2020 has been cancelled.
Declaration of Disaster Emergency
Please do not be alarmed as you hear of many municipalities in Mercer County declaring a local disaster emergency in the near future. We do NOT know something you don't. We are working under the direction of the Department of Public Safety. We are being proactive during a time of uncertainty. As this situation is changing hour by hour, it is important that we stay on top of things with respect to our municipal functions. This emergency declaration allows municipalities to have meetings pertaining to the emergency that are not advertised and permits certain latitudes with respect to procurement of materials or supplies that relate to the emergency.
Wilmington Township Mercer County Board of Supervisors and secretary are proud to serve our communityand are blessed to have such wonderful residents. We are working our best to keep the township running smoothly during this time.
The township building will now be closed to the public at the direction of the Governor and the Department of Public Safety. We do understand you may need to contact us. Please call the township office with any questions or concerns at 724-946-8074. When the secretary is not in the office, she will be checking messages remotely. Township email is email@example.com. If necessary, you will find important messages/ipdates here on our homepage.
Free Mercer Area Library Card for Wilmington Township Mercer County Residents
The Civic League is proud to announce that it has purchased a membership for all residents of Wilmington Township Mercer County. Simply go to the Mercer Area Library to get signed up!
To obtain a library card, come to the library with 1 form of photo identification (driver's license, etc) OR 2 forms of non-photo identification (checkbook, utility bill, etc.) that has your current residential address.
Library cards are free to adults and children (first grade and up) who are residents of Wilmington Township Mercer County. This is a $20 savings per family.
Patrons with a library card from another library in Pennsylvania with an Access Pennsylvania sticker are also eligible for a free card (card valid for 1 year).
Mercer Area Library
110 E. Venango Street
Mercer, PA 16137
2020 Dog Licenses Available
The 2020 dog licenses are in and available at the township building for purchase. The cost is as follows:
- Male or Female - $9.00
- Spayed or Neutered - $7.00
- Male or Female (Senior Citizens) - $7.00
- Spayed or Neutered (Senior Citizens) - $5.00
If you would like to make out your form prior to coming in to purchase the licenses, you can obtain a copy of the form by clicking on Documents/Applications on the left toolbar. Wilmington Township collects $0.50 for each dog license sold through the office.