Coronavirus Updates

The health and safety of our community is the top priority of Exeter Township. Township staff continue to work to provide essential services to its residents amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Operations have been adjusted in order to continue to provide those services, while ensuring the health and safety is protected of staff, residents and visitors. This is a constantly evolving situation, and decisions will be made accordingly.

Here’s what is going on right now:

Township Administration Building
4975 DeMoss Road

  • CLOSED to the public until further notice
  • Staff are working remotely to the extent possible
  • Residents can contact the Township M-F 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM at 610-779-5660

On Monday, March 23, 2020 Exeter Township Supervisors declared a disaster emergency due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. This declaration allows the Township to continue to address the essential needs of its residents in the safest, fastest, and most efficient means possible during this crisis.

In addition to allowing for more expedient administrative processes, it also may make the Township eligible for certain state grants to cover out-of-pocket losses not covered by insurance.

Right-to-Know Law requests will only be accepted by email until further notice. The Township will respond to such requests within thirty (30) days of the Township reopening for business. 

Township officials encourage all residents to remain compliant with the recommendations set-forth by the CDC and the Wolf Administration. Stay home if you’re sick, wash your hands often, use hand sanitizer, don’t touch your face, cover coughs and sneezes, avoid individuals who are sick, and sanitize surfaces.

Public Meetings 

Parks and Rental Facilities
Dunn Community Center

  • Closed through April 30th
Park Facilities

Parks are closed for the season each year October 31st – April 1st. The April 1st park opening date has been postponed until further notice.

The closure impacts the following:

  • Entrance gates at applicable parks are locked
  • Courts and fields are closed
  • Restrooms are closed
  • Pavilions and other rental facilities are closed
  • Skate Park at Pineland Park is closed

Foot traffic at our parks and on our trails is permitted, provided the following guidelines are followed:

  • Stay close to home if you go outdoors, don't travel a distance
  • Practice physical distancing (keep 6 feet apart at all times)
  • covid19-urban-parks-hi-res-webCarry hand sanitizer with you
  • Avoid touching playground equipment, benches, and any other public surfaces.
  • Sneeze and/or cough into your elbow (vampire method!)
  • Don't touch your face
Image Credit: National Parks and Recreation Association (NRPA)

Reading Country Club 
  • The Reading Country Club will remain closed until further notice so we can continue to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 Virus, cooperate with the Wolf Administration and the CDC, and maintain the safety of our community, customers, and employees.  Enforcement on golf course closures have officially taken effect since Monday, March 23rd at 8:00am by the state government.  We will notify all of our customers the exact moment we receive information that we can reopen through our website,, FaceBook Page, and email blasts.  If you would like to receive golf course updates, send an email to
Exeter Township School District
  • Governor Wolf has announced that all school districts in Pennsylvania will remain closed for the balance of the school year. Please visit the school district's website for additional information and resources. 

Election Postponed

Governor Tom Wolf on Wednesday has moved Pennsylvania’s primary election from April 28 to June 2 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Those wishing to vote via mail-in ballot can visit

Tax Information

Berks EIT will be honoring any filing and payment deadlines announced by the IRS or PA Department of Revenue. This applies to your LOCAL INDIVIDUAL EARNED INCOME TAX. Visit the Berks EIT website for more information:

Community Resources

Visit the Exeter Cares page for a compilation of local resources that are available to help our residents during this challenging time. You'll find information like educational resources, meal/food assistance, mental health resources, local business information, and many others.