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.
Carroll Township/Dillsburg Borough Community Map
The Carroll Township Planning Commission will be holding public meetings on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, Thursday, July 23, 2020, Tuesday, August 04, 2020, Tuesday, August 11, 2020, Tuesday, August 25, 2020 and Thursday, August 27, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. to discuss proposed changes to the Carroll Township Zoning Map and amendments to the Carroll Township Zoning Ordinance.
The meetings will be held at the Carroll Township Municipal Building. The building and meeting room will be open, when allowed under State requirements, to the public with limited capacity due to social distancing requirements. Masks are requested to enter the building and meeting room.
Participation may be virtual, via the Zoom platform. The meeting will also be televised on the Comcast Channel 95. All persons desiring to participate in the public meeting but not be on site will be able to get the link to the Zoom web meeting. Zoom Instructions to join the Meeting For periods of public comment, public comment will begin with those matters submitted in advance by e-mail to email@example.com , by telephone 717-432-4951 and by regular mail to the Township Office.
There will be no delay in trash pick up for the July 4th holiday.
Yard waste pick up will be delayed until July 11th.
Have a safe and Happy Holiday!
The York County Solid Waste Authority Reschedules the
Residential Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program
The York County Solid Waste Authority has tentatively rescheduled its free residential household hazardous waste (HHW) collection program for Saturday, October 3, 2020. The event was postponed in May due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The HHW program will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Authority’s Ash Recycling and Processing Facility located at 2650 Blackbridge Road pending the status of the pandemic.
Residents who are unable to make it to the October 3 event may dispose of their HHW in their regular garbage. Under state regulation, residential households are exempt from state hazardous waste regulations and may dispose of household hazardous waste in their regular garbage. Because York County uses waste-to-energy technology to manage municipal solid waste, waste is combusted at a high temperature in enclosed, environmentally controlled combustion units and emissions are managed via advanced emissions technology.
Household hazardous waste includes any products from the home that are corrosive (drain cleaners or bleach), flammable (gasoline), reactive (chemistry kits) or toxic (pesticides). The program benefits York County by identifying hazardous wastes found in the home and providing an opportunity to manage these materials in a safe and efficient manner.
All York County homeowners or residential tenants are eligible to bring their household hazardous waste to the collection site. There is no fee to participate. Business and government entities are not eligible to participate.
The Township Office is closed to the public until further notice.
If you need to speak to someone,
call 717-432-4951 or email the office at –
Appointments required, social distancing and masks required to enter the building and for any scheduled meetings in the building.
For emergency call 911
Non-emergency call York County Control at 717-854-5571 and ask for Carroll Township Dispatcher.
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
The attached Zoning Map is a DRAFT that has been developed by the Carroll Township Re-Zoning Committee. While no new Zoning Districts were created, some district boundary lines have been redrawn. Changes to district lines took into consideration non-conforming properties and also the vision for future growth along the Township’s major travel routes. The goal is to have the revised map and text amendments ready for adoption in the first part of 2020.
Carroll Zoning Map_JANUARY 17 2020
At peak operation the Census is looking to hire about 100 people in our local area and we have a long way to go yet.
For the 2020 Census, the government is hiring thousands of individuals from every community to assist in getting a complete and accurate count of everyone in the United States. These are temporary, full and part-time jobs as census takers, going out into the communities where they live to collect census data. There are also positions as office clerks and supervisors available.
For the first time, the United States is offering waivers for those individuals who receive income based Social Security benefits. Services that are receiving these waivers include SSI, SSDI, TANF, Section 8, Medicare, Medicaid and more. Individuals will have to claim any money earned from working with the census on their income tax, however, it will NOT be calculated in their benefits. The waiver should be requested when the individual is interviewed.
The decentennial census is a constitutional mandate to count everyone where they live in the United States every 10 years. Census Day is April 1, 2020. The data collected by the census determines the number of seats each state has in the US House of Representatives. It is also used to distribute billions in federal funds to local communities.
Each individual missed in Pennsylvania is estimated to cost the Commonwealth approximately $2,100. 2020 Census workers are an important part to getting everyone counted.
Apply online : 2020census.gov/jobs
Spring Lane Road – Base repair and resurfacing of from Gettysburg Pike to the point of previous overlay.
Hidden Springs Road – Resurfacing from Chestnut Grove Road to the end.
Logan Downs Development – Crack repair and microsurfacing of all roads in the development.
Fairway Hills Development – Crack repair and microsurfacing of all roads in the development.
Signs will be posted in advance of all work to notify residents when the work is scheduled to be completed.
WEEKLY – LAST WEEK OF OCTOBER THROUGH SECOND WEEK OF DECEMBER
Carroll Township has purchased a Leaf Vacuum Collector through a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Act 101, Section 902 Municipal Recycling Grant. Leaves will be collected along public Township and State Roads. The Highway Staff will be going through the Township weekly from last week of October through second week of December to collect the leaves. Township residents must rake leaves to the curb or to the edge of the road by Monday, 7am for leaf pick up that week. If for some reason you were missed, please call the Township Municipal Building at (717) 432-4951 to let us know that you were missed.
Carroll Township engaged General Code to organize, review, analyze, produce and print the Code of Carroll Township. Codification of our Township Ordinances will ensure that the average citizen is able to access, review and learn about Township governance and the Ordinances that may be influences on their daily lives and livelihoods. Please note that when organizing Ordinances into a Code book they are arranged by subject matter. This means that prior numbering of Ordinances will be different in the new Code.
The Code of the Township of Carroll