Welcome to Carroll Township’s home on the web. We hope you’ll find our website both informative and easy to navigate. Meeting Agendas and Minutes are available. Zoning Hearing Board Notices will be posted monthly. Various Applications and Forms are available for printing under Resources. Updating will occur routinely and Township Ordinances are available on line. Thank you and enjoy your visit.
In the following links you will find Transportation improvement alternatives that have been proposed through the years of planning and also questionnaires related to the alternatives. The Township invites public participation in reviewing the alternatives and completing the survey form(s). Any and all input would be appreciated and is a valuable asset considered when developing future transportation improvements. Survey forms are due by June 12th and can be either emailed to Township staff or dropped off in person at the Township Building. Questionnaire 1, Questionnaire 2, Questionnaire 3, Questionnaire 4, and Questionnaire 5. Click here to view 2001-2023 Alternatives for meeting.
Carroll Township is currently in the preliminary planning stages for major traffic improvements to the Route 15 and Route 74 corridors. The Township has been working with PennDOT and York County Planning on the proposed future improvements. Exhibits have been prepared for the concepts and are being incorporated into the Official Map. The process of amending the current Official Map will involve public meetings and a public hearing. Public input is always welcomed and encouraged at these meetings. A link to the proposed traffic improvement concept exhibits can be found here.
The new Fairview Township Electronic Recycling Center is located at 285 Spangler’s Mill Road, New Cumberland, PA 17070 and is now open to all York County Residents.
Fall/Winter hours are October 30th through April 3rd – Monday – Friday 9am to Noon and the 1st and 3rd Saturday 9am to Noon.
Spring/Summer hours start April 4th through October 29th – Monday – Saturday 8am to 4:30pm
They will accept anything electronic except something that has water included, such as an air conditioner, de-humidifier, freezer or a refrigerator.
Fairview Township Recycling – 717-901-5261
Homeowners struggling with mortgage payments or other housing expenses due to COVID-19 pandemic-related financial hardships may apply for relief if their household income is at or below 150% of the area median income. The Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency has $350 million in American Rescue Plan funds available to provide eligible homeowners with assistance to prevent and/or ease mortgage delinquencies, defaults, foreclosures, displacement, and utility disconnection. Funds will be distributed directly to lenders, servicers, utility providers, and other authorized third parties, not to homeowners.
Homeowners may learn more and apply online for these funds through the Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund by visiting www.pahaf.org. For those who need assistance, local housing agencies can help or call toll-free 888-987-2423.
PA Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released a simple guide to help residents and businesses understand recycling in Pennsylvania. The booklet helps Pennsylvanians to recycle correctly by finding recycling programs in their local area, learning their local rules, and following them to maximize the social, environmental and economic benefits of recycling. The booklet is available to download at dep.pa.gov/recycling
In Pennsylvania you now have two options for mail ballots. You may choose a mail-in ballot or an absentee ballot.
Absentee ballot – If you plan to be out of the municipality on election day or if you have a disability or illness, you should request this ballot type, which still requires you to list a reason for your ballot.
Mail-in ballot – If you aren’t an absentee voter, you may apply for a mail-in ballot – You may simply request this ballot without a reason.
Apply on-line here
Currently, 18 York County police department locations partner with the YCSWA to host medication take-back boxes in their police department lobbies. The Secure Medication Take-back Box Program provides a secure disposal option for unwanted medications from residential sources at no cost to the public or to law enforcement agencies. All York County police departments have been invited to participate. Illegal drugs captured by law enforcement are also destroyed at no cost.
The secure medication take-back boxes, purchased by YCSWA from MedReturn, work like a mailbox: once medications are deposited, they cannot be retrieved and are contained in a locked compartment accessible only by law enforcement. The heavy-duty green metal box bolts to the floor and wall. Medications collected in the take-back box program are delivered by law enforcement to the Authority’s waste-to-energy facility for safe and complete destruction. Law enforcement also maintains the box and secures medications that are received until they can be destroyed.
The Authority’s waste-to-energy facility is equipped with state-of-the-art combustion technology and air emission controls making it York County’s best waste management tool for destruction of medications and illegal drugs seized in law enforcement actions. The facility’s operator, Covanta York Renewable Energy, also supports this method that ensures complete destruction of medications and illegal drugs at the York County Resource Recovery Center.
The York Social Security Administration Office (located at 2670 Industrial Highway, Suite 2, York, PA 17402) is trying to increase public awareness of the many online services available at their agency web site. For example, people can now file for Retirement, Spouse’s, Medicare or Disability benefits online, or they can request a statement of their benefits or request a replacement Medicare card among several other services.
Here is the link: http://www.socialsecurity.gov/