News & Events

Slow Down and Move Over

Every day (on average across the nation) 3 responders are struck and injured at the scene of a roadside emergency that they have been dispatched to, some suffering life-long, career-ending injuries. As if those injuries are not sobering enough, as of February 17, six responders have been struck and killed by a passing motorist in […]

Boil Water Advisory, Penn Valley Village

Forwarded: Category: Utility Emergency Event Type: Water Shortage / Outage County: Lancaster County Jurisdiction: Penn Twp Updated By: Robert Pena (7176512001) – LANC *Duty Officer Address: Penn Valley Village, Penn Township, PA, 17543 Location Description: Incident Summary: 1616 – Penn Valley Village MHP is issuing a Boil Water Advisory to its residents due to water […]

Invitation for Bids – Blacktop, Stone & Road Oil

Penn Township will be accepting sealed bids for Blacktop (In Place), Stone (Picked up & Delivered) and Road Oil (Picked up and Delivered) until 1:00 PM EST, Tuesday, March 16, 2021. For more information and to review and download the bidding documents, visit Daryl Lefever Public Works Director

Covid-19 Updated Protocol effective December 1, 2020

COVID-19 Protocol effective Tuesday, December 1, 2020 Office Closed to Public In response to the Governor’s recently updated COVID-19 protocol, the Penn Township office building will be closed to walk-in visitors until further notice. Staff will still be working in the office 7am to 5:30pm, Mondays through Thursdays, answering phones and email messages. If you […]

Persevere PA – Crisis Counseling Program

This is the revised Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) Brochure which provides SAMHSA approved crisis counseling tele-health services, through the Center for Community Resources (CCR), and can be provided to people who need support related to the impacts of COVID-19. CCR provides the 24/7 Support and Referral Line that delivers the crisis counseling services. Natalie Herberg, […]

Dog Law Legislation

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement is in great danger of disappearing due to lack of funding.  Please find legislation being introduced below by Senator Judy Schwank (SB 663) and Representative Eddie Day Pashinski (HB 1504) to help solve this problem. SB 663 – HB 1504 – Megan Horst | Region 7 Dog […]

Road Closing – Woodlot Rd

Woodlot Road, from Fruitville Pike to Lititz Road, and Bucknoll Road, from Holly Tree Road to Fruitville Pike, will be closed to all through traffic on Wednesday, August 26th and Thursday August 27th, during daytime hours. The closing is for the paving of Woodlot Road and a portion of Bucknoll Road. Emergency vehicles and mail […]

How to Build a New Style Spotted Lanternfly Circle Trap

It is almost time to use traps or sticky bands to protect your trees from spotted lanternflies. Get ready now so you can trap lots of spotted lanternflies safely. Click here or on the link below to learn how to build your own trap without sticky bands or pesticides.

REVISED-Processing of Applications during COVID-19 & FAQ’s

Applications may be submitted in the box located outside the office doors or sent in via USPS or courier for submittal. Please note the following: Governor Wolf’s orders have lifted the suspension of the construction industry. Construction may resume starting Friday, May 1, 2020. Staff is working remotely on a part-time basis. Applications will be […]

Public Meetings during COVID-19 pandemic

As we navigate the current health pandemic, Penn Township has purchased software for teleconferencing for public meetings. If you are interested in participating via Zoom, please contact the Township Planner for details. In your request, please include the meeting which you would like access to as Zoom meeting access details may be different for each […]