Looking for a self-motivated and organized individual to join a dedicated team of professionals, in serving the Township of East Manchester, PA. Responsibilities include answering phones, issuing permits, accepting payments, and providing customer assistance. The selected individual would also perform zoning and code inspections, citations, violation notices, Use and Occupancy Certificates, and snow enforcement. Applicant should be proficient with Word and Excel platforms. It would be preferred for the applicant to have experience in at least one area of this position whether building code, code enforcement, permitting, experience with plan reviews and/or zoning. This does not entail building code review as this duty is contracted out to a 3rd party company.
Apply through indeed.com at this link. Or you may email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you.
Due to COVID-19 Pandemic, our Directory and Map has come out very late. It was due to be out in 2020. Our apologies ahead of time and thank you for your understanding as some information will be different beginning in 2022.
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East Manchester Township will continue curbside leaf collection service this year. Leaf pick up will begin November 1st and last until December 10th.
Click here for further information on leaf collection.
The Township has been notified on behalf of the Developer, Hillwood, that beginning the week of October 11, 2021, blasting will commence at the property most commonly known as Garrod Farm, located at the corner of Locust Point Road and Canal Road Extended.
PUBLIC NOTICE: ” We will not be Blasting at Trade Center 83 today due to Weather conditions. We will be Blasting on Tuesday 11/23 and Wednesday 11/24 between 11 AM and 1 PM . If anything changes, I will contact you. ”
Using Explosives are highly regulated and requires permits at the state level. Per Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), many people are often concerned about the effects blasting may have on their home because blasting may cause homes to shake. The effects of blasting may rattle windows, dishes and pictures hung on the wall.
Please call the Township Office to receive the site contact information for any concerns or complaints regarding this project. Blasting reports are required by the Township Ordinances and are public record upon request to review. We do not receive these reports right away. It does take a few weeks for the Township to receive them.
You may also contact DEP for further complaints in regards to Explosive Regulation in Pennsylvania. The second page of this document gives contact information.
Thank you for your understanding and patience during this time.
Lanternflies are now hatching, and the state Department of Agriculture is demonstrating how homeowners can use a circle trap to eliminate large numbers of destructive spotted lanternflies without harming beneficial pollinators or small animals. Click here for instructions from Penn State Extension on how to build the trap. Click here to learn more about the invasive species. Be sure to share this information with your residents.
Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding shared some scary thoughts while reminding Pennsylvanians to be vigilant against the Spotted Lanternfly as the bugs begin laying eggs on flat surfaces to hatch in the spring.
“Every Spotted Lanternfly egg mass not scraped and destroyed now is up to 50 more of these invasive, destructive bugs we can expect to hatch next spring,” said Redding. “We need every Pennsylvanian to hunt for egg masses this fall and winter and destroy them – or we’re in for a scary spring.”
Spotted Lanternfly egg masses are a light gray wax-like substance that take on the appearance of mud and include 30-50 eggs. Egg masses can be found on many flat surfaces including trees, rocks, and outside objects such as picnic tables, playground equipment, grills, and sidings of homes.
Property owners can scrape egg masses whenever encountered using a hard or rigid tool such as a credit card, putty knife, or a stick. Research has not yet confirmed whether egg masses can survive if scraped onto the ground, so it is best to scrape the egg masses in a downward motion into a container or bag with rubbing alcohol or hand sanitizer. Click here for more.
Dates are November 26 – December 30 (closed December 24, 25, & 31). Tickets MUST be reserved in advance from Christmasmagicyork.com starting in November. A limited number of tickets are available for each arrival time. This system allows us to eliminate crowding both along the trail and on the road. They are no longer offering a municipality BOGO. York County Parks and Recs
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New For Immediate Release from York County Dept. of Parks and Recreation
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The I-83 Master Plan recommended a new interchange — Exit 26 at SR 921/Canal Road —to alleviate area congestion and improve traffic flow at Exit 24 to the south (SR 238/Church Road; Emigsville) and Exit 28 to the north (SR 297/North Susquehanna Trail; Strinestown).
If Exit 26 is approved by PennDOT and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the new interchange will take several years to fund and build. Meanwhile, development pressure in the vicinity of future Exit 26 will likely intensify.
The four adjacent municipalities—Conewago, East Manchester, and Manchester townships and Manchester Borough—are proactively preparing a land use plan for the Exit 26 impact area (parcels within a five-minute drive of the proposed interchange or other areas identified by the steering committee). The plan may affirm current zoning or recommend revisions in one or more municipalities. The plan’s recommendations would be implemented through municipal zoning updates.
The York County Solid Waste Authority will increase the cost for waste disposal on January 1, 2022. As a result of this increase, Penn Waste will also need to increase their quarterly residential rates by $0.66 per quarter. See the below documents for more details.
York County Solid Waste Authority Announces Increase for Waste Disposal
Penn Waste to Increase Residential Rates