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Swatara Township Office Building

 

The Municipal Building is open
Monday through Friday from
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

599 Eisenhower Blvd.
Harrisburg, PA 17111
717-564-2551

 


Swatara Township Office Building

 

The Municipal Building is open
Monday through Friday from
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

599 Eisenhower Blvd.
Harrisburg, PA 17111
717-564-2551

 

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FRANCIS CADDEN PARKWAY CLOSURE

Beginning the morning of Monday, August 24th, 2015 Francis Cadden Parkway will be closed from Peiffers Lane to the last entrance to East Park Apartments.   The road will be completely closed to all traffic including emergency vehicles.  This construction should last three weeks.  The work being performed is to repair erosion of Francis Cadden Parkway by Spring Creek.   


 
 
WEST NILE VIRUS
Swatara Township has been notified by the Dauphin County West Nile Virus Control Program Coordinator that a mosquito that tested positive for the West Nile virus was found in the Oakleigh section of the township. The Dauphin County West Nile Program Coordinator stated that they will continue to monitor the area and treat larva and adult mosquitoes as necessary. Concerned residents may contact Dauphin County West Nile Virus Program Coordinator Christopher Hooper at (717) 921-8100 or the PA Department of Health for more information.
 
The Swatara Township Board of Commissioners remind residents to take precautionary measures in all areas of the township. Suggested measures include the use of bug spray, wearing long sleeves and pants to avoid being bitten, and avoiding the outdoors around active mosquito times of dawn and dusk. Residents may also help with mosquito control by cleaning gutters, eliminating standing water in any type of container, and keeping bird bath water fresh by changing daily.  

 

 

Are You Recycling Aerosol Cans?

Many people use aerosol products every day of their lives. This type of packaging has become a mainstay in many rooms throughout our homes. Ranging from your kitchen to your bathroom or your garage, you are more than likely to encounter at least one aerosol can in each room. Are you doing your part to ensure that they are disposed of correctly?

Aerosol cans are recyclable. Whether they are steel or aluminum, be sure to place these empty containers in your recycling bin when you are done with them:

  • Hairspray cans
  • Air Freshener cans
  • Window Cleaner cans
  • Bug Spray and Sun Screen cans
  • Shaving Cream cans
  • Surface Cleaner cans
  • WD-40 cans
  • Static Guard cans
  • Tire Shine cans
  • And Many More!

These recyclables are often overlooked when considering if they should be tossed in the trash or recycling bin. When you toss the following products in the trash, you drive up the cost of producing a new product. Have you ever wondered what your empty steel and aluminum aerosol cans become? Continue to our full blog post to learn more

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Please consider forwarding this message to a neighbor

 

 

 

Penn Waste Inc. PO Box 3066 York, PA 17402. Phone: 717-767-4456 Email: info@pennwaste.com

www.pennwaste.com © 2013 Penn Waste All Rights Reserved.

FRANCIS CADDEN PARKWAY CLOSURE

Beginning the morning of Monday, August 24th, 2015 Francis Cadden Parkway will be closed from Peiffers Lane to the last entrance to East Park Apartments.   The road will be completely closed to all traffic including emergency vehicles.  This construction should last three weeks.  The work being performed is to repair erosion of Francis Cadden Parkway by Spring Creek.   


 
 
WEST NILE VIRUS
Swatara Township has been notified by the Dauphin County West Nile Virus Control Program Coordinator that a mosquito that tested positive for the West Nile virus was found in the Oakleigh section of the township. The Dauphin County West Nile Program Coordinator stated that they will continue to monitor the area and treat larva and adult mosquitoes as necessary. Concerned residents may contact Dauphin County West Nile Virus Program Coordinator Christopher Hooper at (717) 921-8100 or the PA Department of Health for more information.
 
The Swatara Township Board of Commissioners remind residents to take precautionary measures in all areas of the township. Suggested measures include the use of bug spray, wearing long sleeves and pants to avoid being bitten, and avoiding the outdoors around active mosquito times of dawn and dusk. Residents may also help with mosquito control by cleaning gutters, eliminating standing water in any type of container, and keeping bird bath water fresh by changing daily.  

 

 

Are You Recycling Aerosol Cans?

Many people use aerosol products every day of their lives. This type of packaging has become a mainstay in many rooms throughout our homes. Ranging from your kitchen to your bathroom or your garage, you are more than likely to encounter at least one aerosol can in each room. Are you doing your part to ensure that they are disposed of correctly?

Aerosol cans are recyclable. Whether they are steel or aluminum, be sure to place these empty containers in your recycling bin when you are done with them:

  • Hairspray cans
  • Air Freshener cans
  • Window Cleaner cans
  • Bug Spray and Sun Screen cans
  • Shaving Cream cans
  • Surface Cleaner cans
  • WD-40 cans
  • Static Guard cans
  • Tire Shine cans
  • And Many More!

These recyclables are often overlooked when considering if they should be tossed in the trash or recycling bin. When you toss the following products in the trash, you drive up the cost of producing a new product. Have you ever wondered what your empty steel and aluminum aerosol cans become? Continue to our full blog post to learn more

Be sure to follow our Facebook and Twitter pages. We also post updates on our Pinterest account as well.

Please consider forwarding this message to a neighbor

 

 

 

Penn Waste Inc. PO Box 3066 York, PA 17402. Phone: 717-767-4456 Email: info@pennwaste.com

www.pennwaste.com © 2013 Penn Waste All Rights Reserved.

 
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SWATARA TOWNSHIP TAX COLLECTOR

Hours:  Monday-Wednesday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Telephone:  717-564-6155


MONTHLY MEETINGS

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PUBLIC MEETING RULES AND REGULATIONS

First and second Wednesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

PLANNING COMMISSION

First Tuesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

SWATARA TOWNSHIP AUTHORITY

Third Wednesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

GOLDEN HEARTS

Fourth Tuesday of every month, 1:00 p.m.

 

All meetings are held at the Swatara Township Municipal Building, 599 Eisenhower Boulevard

SWATARA TOWNSHIP TAX COLLECTOR

Hours:  Monday-Wednesday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Telephone:  717-564-6155


MONTHLY MEETINGS

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

PUBLIC MEETING RULES AND REGULATIONS

First and second Wednesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

PLANNING COMMISSION

First Tuesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

SWATARA TOWNSHIP AUTHORITY

Third Wednesday of every month, 7:00 p.m.

GOLDEN HEARTS

Fourth Tuesday of every month, 1:00 p.m.

 

All meetings are held at the Swatara Township Municipal Building, 599 Eisenhower Boulevard