West Nottingham Township
Unknown persons are calling people in our area claiming to be from the Social Security
Administration. They are telling people that they will not get their social security check if they can't
verify their social security number and/or bank account. The people asking for the information are
trying to seem credible by telling you the name of your spouse and your address. THIS IS A
SCAM!! NEVER give your social security number or bank account number over the phone!
Please get the word out to senior citizens in our area. If you think you've been victim of fraud,
please contact the State Police immediately!
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT VOLUNTEERS WANTED
If you would like to join the township's emergency management team, please
contact the Secretary at 610-932-4072 ext. 300. For information on joining the
Oxford Area POD team, please click here.
APPLE ID PHISHING SCAM
The Pennsylvania State Police have issued a press release regarding a recent scam to obtain
private information from individuals through an email which informs recipients that their Apple ID
has been suspended. If you receive a suspicious email of any kind, NEVER click on any link in the
body of the email. To view the press release, please click here.
Information on 2020 Property and Per Capita Tax Bills
The 2020 Property and Per Capita Tax Bills will be mailed on May 1, 2020.
All 2019 property and per capita taxes were due by December 31, 2019. If you did not
make your tax payment by that date, you will be contacted by the delinquent tax
collector for payment. If you have any questions, please contact Hannah Rush,
Tax Collector, at 610-932-4072 ext. 404 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you live in the township and are over the age of 18, you are required to pay the $10 per
capita tax. The only exception to this tax is full-time students. Proof of full-time enrollment
is required and should be submitted before December 31 of each year.
ORPC Watershed Protection and Stormwater Management Website
The Oxford Region Planning Committee has developed a website on Watershed Protection
and Stormwater Management. It is intended to be updated to include upcoming events in
or near the Oxford Region hosted by watershed partner organizations related to
stormwater conservation. These partners include the Octoraro Watershed Association,
Brandywine Conservancy, Elk Creek Watershed Association, and the Land Conservancy
for Southern Chester County (TLC). The idea is that the website will become a one-stop
hub for those seeking information about ways to protect water quality in the region.