Welcome New Residents

Hello and Welcome to the Area! We are pleased that you chose a home in Dover and hope that you grow to enjoy the area as much as we all do. Below you will find the New Residents packet available for download. If you would like an original, paper copy, …

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About Dover Township

The township boundary is colored red with black, curved text of Dover Township. Center black text York County, PA Established 1743

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 …

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Recycling Industry Crisis

Penn Waste logo in red, white and black

In preparation for Earth Day on Sunday, April 22nd, we feel its important to update our customers on some catastrophic changes that are severely impacting the recycling industry. Chinese Restrictions on Imports Creating Recycling Industry Crisis The United States generates more recyclable material than any other country in the world and …

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Managing Stormwater in Your Neighborhood

York Penn State Extension sponsored by West Manchester, Manchester, And Dover Townships. Seminar was April 12TH at 6:30 PM at West Manchester Township, 380 E. Berlin Rd., York, PA 17408. Please download a copy of the slides below:   Managing Stormwater: It Starts at Home Presentation Slides    

Job Openings

The township boundary is colored red with black, curved text of Dover Township. Center black text York County, PA Established 1743

There are currently two positions available at Dover Township:   Sewer Maintenance & Repair Worker III Dover Township York County PA Dover Township in York County is now accepting applications for an entry level Sewer Maintenance and Repair Worker III position. A valid Commercial Driver’s License is also required or …

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2018 Budget Breakdown

Sideways bar chart showing the breakdown of tax dollars received by the Township. For every $100.00 the Township receives, $40.92 goes to Police, $16.50 goes to Fire, $15.03 goes to Administration, $15.03 goes to Highway, $7.51 goes to Parks and Recreation, $4.18 goes to Planning and Zoning, and $0.83 goes to Solid Waste Collection.

Dover Township is proud to present the highlights of the 2018 Budget. No tax increase is projected in this budget. The Board of Supervisors has not increased real estate taxes since 2008, when the millage rate was increased from .828 to 1 whole mil of tax. This means on a …

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