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Wednesday, 27 January 2021 00:00

 


Washington Township Municipal Building is located at

14 Creek Rd East Berlin Pa 17316

717- 432- 9814

 

 


If you are a new resident to Washington Township welcome. Please contact the office to make sure we have your correct information for our files.

If you have been a resident and have any changes such as a different phone number or a child who has reached the age of 18, please contact the office to make sure we have the correct information.

If you are a Landlord, please make sure you notify the office with your tenant information. If there is a change you need to contact the office within (20) days.

Also the beginning of every year, you need to verify the correct information.

There is an ordinance requiring this information to be given to the Secretary within twenty (20) days from the date of such occupancy, of ANY RESIDENT, eighteen (18) years of age or older.

 


2021 FALL CLEAN-UP

FOR WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS

WILL BE AT THE

WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL BUILDING

14 CREEK ROAD

EAST BERLIN, PA. 17316

THE DATES AND TIME ARE AS FOLLOWS:

THURSDAY- SEPTEMBER 30TH 8:00 A.M.-3:30 P.M.

CLOSED FRIDAY

SATURDAY- OCTOBER 2ND 8:00 A.M.- 12:00 P.M.

FOR DETAILS GO TO CLEAN-UP MENU

ANY QUESTIONS, CALL TOWNSHIP OFFICE 717-432-9814

BETWEEN THE OFFICE HOURS OF 9:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M.

MONDAY- THURSDAY

 


 



Remember to check with the Zoning Officer to see if you need a building permit.

Swimming Pools do require permits.

 


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The York County Commissioners, York County Economic Alliance, and YoCo Fiber Broadband Task Force are working towards the goal of countywide broadband access to bring faster, more reliable, and more affordable internet to your home or business.  We believe that broadband is crucial infrastructure for education, telehealth, business, and our residents’ general quality of life.  By investing in broadband and supporting public private partnerships to connect internet to homes and businesses, we can ensure York County is an attractive place to live and a competitive place to do business.

In 2020, we completed an assessment report and business plan (available for download below) for a countywide Middle Mile fiber network that will expand broadband access into underserved parts of the county and attract private providers to invest in making connections to homes and businesses.  We are currently raising the funds to begin construction of the first several phases of the network.  We also invested $1.5 million in CARES Act funding to create a 16-mile fiber pilot project, underneath the York Heritage Rail Trail.

The information from the survey results will help advance this initiative, secure grants, and ultimately bring better internet to your home or business.

The survey is available to ALL York County Residents. Please visit www.YoCoFiber.com

To complete the survey and learn more.

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Last Updated on Thursday, 19 August 2021 09:52