From Our Volunteer Fire Department

From Our Volunteer Fire Department

Submitted by David M. Przybysz, Assistant Chief / President In past issues we have discussed a bunch of different topics from how the Chippewa Fire Department came into existence to whom our members are. From safety tips for nearly every season to how we had to change...
From Our Police Department

From Our Police Department

Eric S. Hermick, Chief of Police The Chippewa Township Police Department continues to focus on providing Proactive Progressive Professional Policing. We do more than police our community, we partner with our community. We are blessed to share such a strong and caring...
Library Open for Limited Services

Library Open for Limited Services

WHAT WE’RE DOING: Equipping service areas with plexiglass shields Quarantining returned materials for 3+ days Increasing cleaning of shared spaces Wearing masks to protect staff and visitors Providing 1-hour browsing and computer appointments Providing curb side...
From Our Police Department

From Our Police Department

Eric S. Hermick, Chief of Police We would like to thank the community for all the support, understanding and kindness expressed to us during this period of uncertainty. It was the community who helped keep us going while enduring additional stressors related to...
From Our Volunteer Fire Department

From Our Volunteer Fire Department

Submitted by David M. Przybysz, Assistant Chief / President It goes without saying that 2020 has not shaped up to be the year we were all looking forward to. COVID 19 had affected each and every one of us, either directly or indirectly, and unfortunately, it’s not...
Thank You for Our Freedom!

Thank You for Our Freedom!

Some things in life are worth remembering. That’s why we mark important dates on the calendar or write notes to remind us of our obligations. We just can’t afford to forget what we value most. And, says Ron Bogolea, we can’t afford to forget the brave men and women...