The Smithfield Township Municipal Center is open to the public. Masks must be worn by those who are not fully vaccinated.
Appointments are advisable, but not required. Meetings have limited space for physical attendance. All public meetings are streamed via YouTube and are open for participation on Zoom.
The Township remains in a declared Disaster Emergency, directly in accordance with Governor Tom Wolf’s Emergency Proclamation. To view the Township’s declaration, click here.
Governor Wolf’s administration has implemented numerous procedures and published resources for our health and safety:
For a COVID-19 screening or information on testing sites, see Coronavirus Symptoms & Testing.
For COVID-19 vaccine information, see the Commonwealth’s page on COVID-19 vaccines.
For answers to frequently asked questions on Governor Wolf’s orders, see Targeted Mitigation Order – Frequently Asked Questions.
To report health and safety violations, see the Department of Health COVID-19 Complaint Form.
For travel guidelines, see COVID-19 Information for Travelers.
For information on unemployment and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, see Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation.
For more information on the Commonwealth’s response to COVID-19, see the Responding to COVID-19 page.
The federal response to COVID-19 includes various resources and guidelines:
For Economic Impact Payments (Stimulus Checks), see Coronavirus Tax Relief and Economic Impact Payments.
For CDC (Centers for Disease Control) guidance and resources, see the CDC website.
For frequently asked questions about COVID-19 scams and rumors, see FEMA’s (Federal Emergency Management Administration) Coronavirus Rumor Control.
For resources to maintain business operations, see the Small Business Administration’s Paycheck Protection Program.
For the White House’s Coronavirus Task Force, click here.