Welcome to Dover Township
Bull Road Bridge Closure
PennDOT will be replacing the bridge on Bull Rd between Graffius Ln and Hilton Ave starting in August 2016. For more information, please click here.
Within the next few weeks, Met-Ed will begin installing smart meters for all of our customers. While this deployment will take several years to complete throughout Met-Ed's service territory, our installers are beginning in the Cumberland and northern York county areas in May 2016 and will continue meter installations throughout 2016 and 2017 in York and Adams counties. The installation schedule by area is available on our website. For more information about what to expect, click here
DEP announced that the annual black fly spraying program is underway. More Information.
As digging weather approaches, please remember to call 811 before you dig.
Did you know that the presence of trees in our lives has been proven to improve the quality of our lives? Trees clean our air and beautify our communities. They reduce soil erosion and enhance the water quality of our local waterways. Trees can reduce heating and cooling costs and improve human health. For over 40 years, the York County Conservation District has hosted an annual tree seedling sale. Each year, the Conservation District sells over 20,000 seedlings that are planted in York County and surrounding areas.
The varieties available at the spring 2016 sale include native tree seedlings as well as numerous fruit-bearing trees and shrubs. Again this year, you can stop by for a free Blue Spruce or White Pine seedling on Thursday, April 14th at Rocky Ridge Park. Simply bring the coupon from this newsletter and we will give you a free seedling to plant in your yard (one per person). Go to http://www.yorkccd.org/ to see the complete order form and the description of each plant being offered.
It was under the authority of the Lancaster County Court that Dover Township was formed in 1743. It was formed out of old Manchester Township which was so large that it even extended into Adams County. The township's name, Dover, was selected because of an Englishman's nostalgia for his earlier home in England.
Dover Township maintains a vast Public Works infrastructure consisting of an estimated 75 miles of water lines, 85 miles of sewer lines, and 120 miles of highways and roads. In addition to the Public Works infrastructure, Dover Township maintains 5 parks and 10 recreational facilities. One of the most known parks, Brookside Park, has been a part of Dover Township’s history since 1901.
Dover Township occupies 42.1 square miles in the Northwestern part of York County, Pennsylvania. Of this, 99.76% consists of land and the remaining 0.24% is water. As of the 2010 census, Dover Township had 21,078 people comprising of 8,715 households. For more 2010 census information, please click here.
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2480 West Canal Rd
Dover, PA 17315