Highway Department employees will
be working on trimming back any vegetation that hinders clear
sight at intersections, as well as any vegetation within the
public rights-of-way. This also includes intersections where
Township roadways intersect with state roads.
Windsor Township Residents
There is an opening for a volunteer position as a citizen
representative with the upcoming Regional Recreation Authority.
The meeting schedule for this authority has not been set as of
this time. This is an exciting opportunity to become involved
with the recreation aspect of your community.
Applications must be submitted to the township office by
February 28, 2017.
The Township's highway department
offers brush drop-off for Lower Windsor Township residents.
Proof of residency is required.
Beginning March 11, 2017, this will be conducted the second
Saturday of each month from 7:00 am to 9:00 am at the highway
building located at 111 Walnut Valley Court. Signs will
designate the drop-off area and employees will be available to
assist. ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED AT ANY OTHER TIME.
We accept brush, limbs, any wood that is unpainted, untreated,
and free of metal.
LOWER WINDSOR TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS
York County Solid Waste Authority to Relocate Residential
Electronics Recycling Program to Black Bridge Road
Beginning Tuesday, August 16, the York County Solid Waste
Authority will relocate its Residential Electronics Recycling
Program from the Yard Waste Transfer Site off of Flour Mill Road
to the contractor parking area located directly across the
street from the York County Resource Recovery Center on Black
Bridge Road in Manchester Township. The weekly program is free
and open to York County residents ONLY every Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday from 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Electronics Recycling Program collection site is being
relocated due to the start of construction of an Ash Processing
and Recycling facility.
Two municipal satellite sites will continue to conduct
electronics recycling during their regular business hours. Those
sites are Penn and Fairview Townships. Both Penn and Fairview
will accept electronics from all York County residents and offer
weekday and Saturday collection hours. Please call, or visit
their web sites for times and locations:
Penn Township, 717-632-7366,
Fairview Township, 717-901-5200:http://twp.fairview.pa.us/.
THE TOWNSHIP BUILDING IS UNDER
24-HOUR SURVEILLANCE. ANYONE CAUGHT DUMPING ELECTRONIC DEVICES
WILL BE PROSECUTED.
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