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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2017 Bids Available

Stack of manilla envelopes with red text, "Dover Township Sealed Bids"

Dover Township is now accepting bids for the following items: MS-944 – Clearview Rd Bridge 424 MS-944 – Conewago CIR Wages MS-944 – Fox Run Base Repair MS-944 – Fox Run Bridge 366 MS-944 – Rohlers Church Rd Culvert MS-944 – Seal Coat MS-944 – Street Cuts MS-944 – Temple …

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It’s Digging Season!

  What is the PA One Call System? In Pennsylvania, homeowners and contractors are required to contact PA One Call, by dialing 8-1-1 at least three business days before beginning any digging or excavation project. When PA One Call receives a call, it will alert the appropriate underground facility owners …

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RabitTransit Needs Your Help

Rabit Transit logo in red and black with a red, cartoon rabbit jumping over the text

RabbitTransit has created an awareness video that will help educate healthcare professionals, community stakeholders and the general public to answer the question: “What is Shared Ride?”.  Below you will find a link to the video that we encourage you to share on social media, post on your internal network, post …

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2017-2018 YMCA Preschool Program

YMCA Logo in seafoam green and blue

At the Bob Hoffman YMCA Preschool, we strive to meet the social, emotional, physical, and cognitive needs of children aged 2-5. Since children learn best by being actively involved, a “hands-on” approach is used in all areas of the curriculum. We believe in learning through play in a caring, creative …

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