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Due to threat of heavy rain, on Tuesday, 1/9/24 we are requesting all commercial businesses and residents in the flood...

Blood Drive »

Blood Drive held by State Representative Leanne Krueger at MacQueen Hall (located at 224 Castle Ave, Upland, PA 19015)...

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A contractor for Delcora will be starting a Smoke Test Program on Wednesday, July 12th (barring any delays will...

Information on  COVID-19 

PECO Extends Financial Resources for Customers Impacted by COVID-19

Company extends support policies through July 1, spotlights flexible bill pay, customer assistance and Gift of Energy program

PHILADELPHIA, PA (May 15, 2020) — To offer continued assistance to customers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, PECO is extending its support policies, which include suspending service disconnections, waiving new late fees, and reconnecting customers who were previously disconnected, through at least July 1.The company is also highlighting financial resources, including flexible bill pay options and the Gift of Energy program, which allows customers to provide support to those struggling financially.

The company’s COVID-19 policies, designed to help ensure all customers have access to safe and reliable electric service during this critical time, launched in mid-March with PECO’s...click for more



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Delco Strong Small Business Support Program
1.75 Million in grants available


Unemployment self-employed


Update from Senator Killion - link to page: Mask required

The Department of Health has issued a new order that requires all life-sustaining businesses to take new precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19, including requiring all customers and employees to wear masks beginning at 8 p.m. on Sunday. Businesses are mandated to deny entry to customers without a mask, but exceptions are included for people who cannot wear a mask due to a medical condition.

The order also includes guidelines on social distancing, cleaning and disinfecting procedures, staggering of work starting and stopping times, limiting building access and occupancy and more. Additional protocols are also included if a business is exposed to an individual who is a probable or confirmed case of COVID-19. Health Department Order

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Governor Wolf Extends School Closure for Remainder of Academic Year

April 09, 2020

Continuing his efforts to protect the health and safety of students and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Tom Wolf today announced that all schools will remain closed for the remainder of the 2019-20 academic year. The governor made the decision in consultation with Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine and Secretary of Education Pedro A. Rivera. Students and families can continue to pick up meals at designated sites.

Although schools are closed, teaching and learning may continue: schools are strongly encouraged to provide continuity of education for all students....click for more

Delco COSA & Communiity Transit Grocerty Shopping Assist (click link)

DELCO COSA and Community Transit

PA Dept of Health

PA Department of Health - click link

Food Assistance in Delaware County during the COVID-19 Pandemic

DELCO Food Assistance Location Map

Interactive map of locations - click link

Delco Map

COVID-19 Data Map for Delaware County.  Click link for data site...

Delaware County COVID-19 resources information - click link for site 

 Donate Medical Equipment and Supplies 

Federal Govt

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Familly First

PA Department of Labor Family First Coronavirus Response Act

Order Effective at 8:00 PM in Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Monroe, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties

Governor Wolf’s Order
Secretary of Health’s Order
Stay at Home Guidance

Governor Tom Wolf and Secretary of Health Dr. Rachel Levine today issued “Stay at Home” orders to Allegheny, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Monroe, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties, as the state seeks relief to save lives and stop the spread of COVID-19.

This order takes effect at 8:00 PM on Monday, March 23, 2020, and will continue until April 6, 2020.

All schools statewide will also remain closed through at least April 6, 2020.

“I remain deeply concerned about this public health crisis and we must continue to take careful but critical steps now to mitigate the spread of COVID-19,” Gov. Wolf said. “We are issuing these orders because Pennsylvanians’ health and safety remains our highest priority.” click for more....


Pennsylvania Expands Access to Pharmacy Services

EDITED: This release was edited March 23, 2020, to clarify changes regarding pharmacy technicians and interns.

Harrisburg, PA — The Wolf administration is removing barriers for pharmacies to provide services for Pennsylvanians in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Governor Wolf has granted a request from the Pennsylvania Department of State to suspend certain pharmacy regulations to enable more flexible and available services during the coronavirus emergency.  Click for more……

Suspended Licensing Regulations

For Health-care Professionals and Court Reporters


Due to the novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”), additional health care practitioners will be needed to treat ill Pennsylvanians. This need may extend beyond the capacity of the professionals currently licensed by Pennsylvania’s health-licensing boards. To increase the available number of practitioners, the Department of State requested a suspension from Governor Wolf to several provisions that create barriers to temporary licensure. The following list details the suspensions granted by the Governor and provides additional information for health care professionals on how to obtain temporary licenses. Click for more….


If you are employed in Pennsylvania and are unable to work because of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19), you may be eligible for Unemployment or Workers' Compensation benefits. The Department of Labor & Industry will continue to provide important employment benefit updates as the situation evolves. Click for more….

Updated Resolution No. 8 of 2020 effective March 20, 2020

Attached please find the Proclamation from the Mayor and Upland Borough Council stating the borough's continued response to COVID-19.

The Borough Offices will still be able to take your phone calls although staff will not be on the premises.  We are here to continue to assist all residents with questions, concerns, and emergencies.  Leave your messages and we will return your call.  As always, if this is life threatening emergency dial 911. Stay safe and  healthy!


The health and safety of our residents is very important to us. The parks are closed, hence the reason that they have been taped off. Please talk to your children about this. The caution tape has been ripped down and the children continue to play. This is not safe for your children.  Thank You!

Crozer Keystone Health Systems

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Published: Mar. 11, 2020

updated March 18, 2020

The health of our patients, visitors, employees, and physicians is our highest priority. We are working closely with the Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to respond to any potential coronavirus cases in our community.

Our hospitals, physician offices, and outpatient centers are following the latest CDC and public agency guidelines and are prepared to identify, isolate and treat patients...click for more....

Effective March 14, 2020:

Due to growing concerns with the coronavirus and in an effort to keep everyone as safe as possible; while still being available to you, Upland Borough Council and the Mayor have made the decision to close MacQueen Hall and the Police Department buildings to the public. This will go into effect IMMEDIATELY,  and until further notice.  

Auburn Village Residents - all work orders will be done on a case by case basis. If you have an emergency, please inform the office if anyone in your home is ill.

Should you need to contact the office, please call (610) 874-7317.

Effective March 13, 2020:

The Mayor, in a joint proclamation of Council recognized by the President, has issued a State of Emergency in the Borough in order to be prepared to handle the COVID-19 Virus.

Attached is that Proclamation by the Mayor. This is needed to avail ourselves of any available funds that may be issued and allow us to serve our residents without normal restrictions.

All scheduled borough events and use of MacQueen Hall must be canceled until further notice.