My Veterans Bagged Lunch & Legislative Update is Friday

(10 hours ago)

There is still time to RSVP and attend my Veterans Bagged Lunch & Legislative Update on Friday. Read more


Veterans bagged lunch event Friday, Aug. 7

(1 day ago)

State Rep. David Delloso will host a Veterans Bagged Lunch and Legislative Update from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7. The event will be held at Collingdale Borough Hall, in the back parking lot at 800 MacDade Blvd. Read more


Weekly email: Working in Delco and Harrisburg for you

(Jul 31, 2020)

Find programs and assistance for residents during this health pandemic. Read more


Weekly email: RSVP for my free events for veterans and seniors in August.

(Jul 24, 2020)

I will host bagged lunch and legislative updates in August for seniors and veterans. Read more


Veterans, Seniors bagged lunch scheduled for August

(Jul 17, 2020)

Thank you to the hundreds of residents who helped make my Shred & Electronic Waste Event a success, and a reminder of two upcoming events in August. Read more


Weekly email: FREE community shred event Saturday

(Jul 10, 2020)

In my weekly email, find out how to dispose of electronic devices and personal devices safely and for free this weekend. Read more


Delloso announces shred event Saturday, July 11

(Jul 06, 2020)

State Rep. David Delloso, D-Delaware, will host his free Shred and Electronic Waste Event from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 11 at the Norwood Fire Company. The fire company is located at 336 Chester Pike in Norwood. Read more


Weekly email: Virtual town hall on Thursday, shred event July 11th

(Jul 01, 2020)

In today's email, Rep. Delloso reminds readers about his virtual town hall scheduled for Thursday, July 2nd. Read more


Delloso to host virtual town hall Thursday to assist local companies

(Jun 30, 2020)

State Rep. David Delloso, D-Delaware, will host a virtual town hall on Zoom at 2 p.m. Thursday, July 2 for the purpose of assisting local business owners who are applying for grants through the COVID-19 Relief PA Statewide Small Business Assistance program. Read more


Small Business Assistance grants available

(Jun 29, 2020)

Applications are expected to be available June 30 for a new program aimed at providing critical funding to local businesses hurt by the coronavirus. The first round of the $225 million COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance grant program is expected to open for applications on Tuesday, June 30 and will remain open for 10 business days. Additionally, applications will continue to be accepted after 10 business days to be considered for future rounds of funding. Those rounds will be announced soon. This program will award grants ranging from $5,000 - $50,000 to small businesses economically impacted by the coronavirus, and money is specifically set aside for businesses owned by socially and economically disadvantaged people. For an application preparation checklist, criteria for eligibility and consideration, and a full list of participating Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), please click below to go to the COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance website. Read more


Weekly email: Upcoming events include Zoom town hall, shred event, veterans lunch & seniors lunch

(Jun 26, 2020)

In this week's email, find out details about my upcoming events. Read more


Delloso reminds residents to stay safe this summer while enjoying the outdoors

(Jun 25, 2020)

State Rep. David Delloso from Delaware County reminds residents to stay safe this summer while enjoying the outdoors. Read more


Delco House Democrats thank fellow residents for work toward Green Phase

(Jun 19, 2020)

HARRISBURG, June 19 – Pennsylvania House Democrats representing Delaware County praised residents for their diligence and sacrifice in flattening the deadly curve of COVID-19 infections following Gov. Tom Wolf’s announcement today that the county will enter Green Phase recovery efforts on June 26. During the Green Phase, aggressive mitigation tactics to control the spread of the disease are lifted, but several key defenses against it stay in effect. Personal care services, including hair salons and barber shops, must operate at 50% capacity or by appointment only; appointments or reservations also are strongly encouraged for gyms or spas. Any gathering for a planned or spontaneous event of greater than 250 individuals is prohibited. This includes, but is not limited to, a concert, festival, fair, conference, sporting event, movie showing or theater performance. Visitation to prisons and hospitals may resume subject to the discretion of the facility. Nursing home visitation restrictions remain in place. Restaurants and bars may be open at 50% occupancy. Casinos, theaters, and shopping malls can open at 50% occupancy. Churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and other places of congregate worship are excluded from limitations. These institutions are strongly encouraged to enforce social distancing and other mitigation measures such as masking at their gatherings. Other details can be found here . Read more


Weekly email: FREE baby items available, FREE webinar for small business owners

(Jun 18, 2020)

In today's email, find out about events to help members of our community. Read more


Weekly email: Valuable resources for families, small businesses

(Jun 12, 2020)

In this week's email, find valuable resources for families and small businesses during the pandemic. Read more


Weekly email: Help your neighbors, our community

(Jun 05, 2020)

In today's email, find out how you can help people in our community. Read more


Harkins, Delloso, Maligari statement on layoff of 500 Pennsylvania Turnpike workers

(Jun 02, 2020)

ERIE, June 2 – In response to news that the cashless, electronic toll system the Pennsylvania Turnpike implemented in March will become permanent — resulting in the immediate layoff of about 500 workers – state Rep. Pat Harkins released the following statement, also on behalf of Teamster President and state Rep. Dave Delloso, D-Delaware, and Teamster member and state Rep. Steve Malagari, D-Montgomery. “This is heartbreaking. The governor and the Turnpike Commission had an agreement with the toll takers to phase out operations in 2022, but in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the commission voted to do away with these workers immediately. “These workers were expecting to return to work soon and were caught completely off guard. They understood that their jobs were being phased out, but they were led to believe that they would have time to plan ahead, and they were relying on that assurance. Instead, they had the rug pulled out from under them. “This could have been done as a phased response on a shorter timeline. It didn’t have to happen overnight.” Read more


Weekly email: Remembering our heroes

(May 22, 2020)

In this week's email, learn about laws and actions this week. I also provide an update on Delco voting and the state and local COVID-19 response. Read more


Weekly email: Reach out for help if you need it

(May 15, 2020)

In this week's email, find out the latest COVID-19 information and programs designed to help you. Read more


Weekly email: Help available for members of our community

(May 08, 2020)

Today's email includes information for programs and assistance available for members of our community. Read more