Senator Tom Killion (R – Chester and Delaware) today announced his district offices in West Goshen and Brookhaven will again be open to constituents starting Monday, July 6th. While both district offices reopened on June 5th, the offices were open only for staff.
“There are some constituent services that cannot be done by phone or email,” said Killion. “With Chester and Delaware counties both seeing consistent declines in COVID-19 case counts, I’m happy to welcome residents back into our offices.”
Appointments will be required at both district offices for in-person constituent services. Visitors and staff will be required to wear masks and observe social distancing protocols per CDC and Department of Health guidelines. Surfaces will be wiped down and disinfected after every constituent visit.
One of Killion’s most popular services, the issuance of SEPTA Key Senior ID Cards, will not be available until Monday, July 20th at the request of SEPTA. Seniors holding cards that expire in 2020 will be able to continue to ride SEPTA using their current card for 12 months beyond the printed date of expiration. For instance, cards expiring in July 2020 will remain valid through July 2021.
Killion’s West Goshen office is located at 780 E. Market Street, Suite 120 and may be reached by phone at 610-436-3320 while his Brookhaven office is located at 4110 Edgmont Avenue and can be reached at 610-447-3163. The offices will be open from 9:00am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. Constituents can also submit inquiries and register their opinions at senatorkillion.com.
Since closing his district offices on Friday, March 13th, Killion’s office has responded to more than 5,000 constituent inquiries, including almost 600 requests for assistance with unemployment claims.
“The health and safety of my staff and constituents is of paramount importance,” noted Killion. “We’ve installed sneeze guards, have hand sanitizer dispensers and have masks and cleaning supplies. My staff and I look forward to resuming in-person constituent services on Monday.”
Contact: John Kelemen