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Hatfield Township Administration:

To comply with Governor Wolf's directives, all Hatfield Township non-essential staff will be working remotely and access to the Township building will be limited to only dropping off permit applications and picking up approved permits.  However, all staff is still available to serve you.  Please call 215-855-0900 to speak to someone or email   Thank you and stay safe. 
For additional information on the Coronavirus, please visit the: CDC Website

Hatfield Township Police Department:

Update from Chief Tierney (Thursday, April 30th)

As with all of my messages, I hope all of you are doing well out there. Our operations continue to run as planned, if anyone can actually plan with the ever-changing environment. We are adapting well to whatever comes our way. We are formulating plans for different scenarios as the Community needs change with what looks to be a slow reopening of our world. We have learned some things along the way that we will integrate into how we conduct business, all with the eye on keeping the Public and our Officers safe. All in all, some good usually rises from the bad.
We held our first “virtual” Coffee with a Cop this week. It went well, we had a few visitors and they had some good questions for us. We will continue to use this platform until we can get back out and greet people in public again. Kudos to our Officers who worked to get the virtual program off the ground. Please consider taking part the next time we have one, it is a good experience to share.
We have been receiving so many things at the station, both for our Staff and the Public. We have many good neighbors in Hatfield, we are being well cared for. Many of you reach out, asking what you can do for us. I ask again that you consider giving to our food collection. That serves all of us here in the best way we know, which is doing for others. All of your efforts are greatly appreciated. Please continue to care for yourselves and those around you, we remain at your service. Take care.

Chief Tierney

Tax Collector Information:

Real estate tax payments can still be paid in the mail slot at the Tax Collector's home office at 2028 Lenhart Road instead of the Township Building.