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 Announcements

COUNTYWIDE BERKS ALERT SYSTEM
The County of Berks Department of Emergency Services is pleased to announce the roll out of a new upgraded BerksAlert mass notification system. During serious emergencies, public safety officials will release information by using the BERKS ALERT program. The message will then be delivered to the devices that are registered in the system. While the most important messaging, such as that related to disaster response actions, will be sent to any device registered, individuals participating in the system may also “opt-in” to certain other categories about which they desire notifications. These categories include severe weather watches, amber alerts, road closures, and general community news. When an individual registers for this service, they will be prompted to enter their home address and the address of other locations of interest (such as a child’s day care center, school, or a place of business). Alerts that are appropriate to these locations of interest will then be sent to the subscriber’s registered device(s). Get local alerts about emergencies, severe weather, and road closures on your cell or email. When situations arise in Berks County that may affect you and your family, Berks Alert lets local officials notify you quickly. !!!!!!REGISTER NOW!!!!! To register, go to berksdes.com, select Berks Alert, select register now and follow the subscriber registration instructions provided for you on the berks alert page. Should you have any questions or need assistance registering, please contact the berks alert team at berksalert@countyofberks.com or by calling 610-374-4800.
ANNUAL CHICKEN BARBEQUE
On Sunday, August 6th, the Kenhorst Volunteer Fire Company will host the Annual Chicken Barbeque from 11am to 3pm. Dinners consist of 1/2 Kaufman's barbeque chicken, an ear of corn, baked potato, choice of pepper cabbage or applesauce, and a dinner roll. FIREFIGHTERS WILL NOT BE SELLING DOOR TO DOOR THIS YEAR. Dinner tickets ARE $8.00 and will be available to purchase at Borough Hall, the Fire Company Social Quarters or from any firefighter, in July.
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY - PT ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
The Borough of Kenhorst currently is seeking a part-time administrative assistant who shall be able to competently type 55 words per minute, be proficient in the operation of Windows-based operating programs, including Excel, Word, and Access, as well as Outlook. Position requires the successful candidate to be highly organized with filing skills and ability to serve as Borough receptionist. This position requires a 30 hour work week Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (with one half hour unpaid lunch from noon to 12:30 p.m.) Hourly rate based on experience.

Essential Functions:

• Collection of Sewer/Refuse payments and maintenance of delinquent accounts. Heavy phones, customer service capabilities and counter work.  • Support of the Codes Department to collect information and administer the annual real estate registry program, maintain the annual rental inspection program data base, coordinate the building permit application process, research property maintenance complaints, prepare notice of violation documents and maintain calendar for follow up compliance inspections.  • Maintain the following databases, including: Alarm Permits, Burning Permits, Citations sent to District Magistrate’s office, Annual Rental Program Registry, Annual Real Estate Registry, Recycling Container database, Rental Inspection Permits, Solicitation Permits, and ADA Parking Spaces.  • General filing, typing, and special projects. Work with the administrative staff in the successful completion of their job duties including, updating resident and commercial billing system information.  • Other clerical and office duties as assigned.  
NEW TRAFFIC PATTERNS - RIGHT TURN ONLY
Effective immediately, during construction of the Route 724 bridge, the following streets in Kenhorst Borough intersecting with New Holland Road will be right turn only for safety, including High Boulevard, Haig Boulevard and Harding Avenue. Please comply with all signage and street markings.

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Electronic Payments
NOTE:  Online and Credit Card payments must include the 3% bank transaction fee. If fee is not included, it will be added to your Sewer & Refuse account.

 Kenhorst Calendar

Title
Start Time
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
8/3/2017 7:00 PM
Last day of Borough Summer Playground Program
8/11/2017 12:00 AM
LABOR DAY BOROUGH HALL CLOSED
9/4/2017 12:00 AM
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
9/7/2017 7:00 PM
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
10/5/2017 7:00 PM
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
11/2/2017 7:00 PM
BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING
12/7/2017 7:00 PM
 
 
Borough of Kenhorst
339 South Kenhorst Blvd
Kenhorst, PA  19607
610.777.7327 Office
610.777.8980 Fax
general email: 
 
Office Hours:
Monday through Friday
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
(closed for lunch 12:00 - 12:30 p.m.)
 
Emergency  - Dial 911
Non-Emergency -
Reading Police 610.655.6116
Kenhorst residents can reach Reading Police staff
24 hours/day, 7 days/week at the above
non-emergency number.  Please ask to speak
to the Desk Sergeant on duty when calling the Non-Emergency number.