*** ATTENTION ***
Dear Residents & Friends of North Newton Township:
We are passing along important information and resources to help you understand Governor Wolf’s latest directive to Cumberland County residents to Stay At Home. The order, which became effective March 30, 2020, is currently set to run until May 22, 2020.
Additional information, including specific guidance on the definition of “Stay at Home”, FAQs on life-sustaining businesses and unemployment compensation benefits for impacted employees can be found here.
North Newton Township staff will remain available to you by phone (717-776-7665) and email as follows.
– Mike Gutshall, Supervisor & Roadmaster, email@example.com
– Bonnie Myers, Secretary/Treasurer, firstname.lastname@example.org
– Sheila Koser, Administrative Assistant, email@example.com
– Larry Hinkle, Code Enforcement & Zoning Officer, firstname.lastname@example.org
The township park playground area, ballfield, basketball court, volleyball court and public restroom will be temporarily closed until further notice. The walking path is open, but users are encouraged to practice social distancing. Rentals of our community room and pavilion are suspended until further notice. Current reservations will be refunded or rescheduled as necessary. We appreciate your patience and look forward to the time we can reopen all these areas to you.
We encourage you to find fun and creative ways to stay in touch with friends and family while physically distanced. We need to support and comfort each other now more than ever.
Let’s all take precautions to stay healthy and end this pandemic as soon as possible. We will get through this together, as we stay apart.
As this situation continues to develop, we will keep you informed of any changes to these temporary measures as well as important information passed on to us.
Stay calm, stay home, stay safe,
All of Us at North Newton Township
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Why Get Counted?
The census takes place every 10 years, and the data acquired provides the basis for distributing more than $675 billion in federal funds annually to states, counties and communities across the country.
Census data helps distribute funding for:
- Public Policy
How Do I Get Counted?
When Do I Get Counted?
- March 12-20 – An invitation to respond online to the 2020 Census.
- March 16-24 – A reminder letter will arrive via U.S. mail (if you haven’t responded yet).
- March 26-24 – A reminder postcard will arrive via U.S. mail.
- April 1 – Census Day
- April 8-16 – Reminder letter and paper questionnaire.
- April 20-27 – Final reminder postcard before an in person follow up.
How Do I Avoid Scams?
The U.S. Census Bureau is committed to making the 2020 Census quick, easy, and safe for all participants. Here are some tips to help you stay safe.
During the 2020 Census, the Census Bureau will never:
- Send unsolicited email requesting participation in the census
- Ask for your Social Security number
- Ask for your bank account or credit card numbers
- Ask for Money or donations
If someone visits your home to collect a response for the 2020 Census, you can verify their identity by checking that they have a valid ID badge, with their photograph, a U.S. Department of Commerce watermark, and an expiration date.
If you suspect fraud, call 800-923-8282 to speak with a local Census Bureau representative.
For additional information about the 2020 Census, visit 2020census.gov.