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    Our goal is to keep you informed of local happenings while serving to strengthen the kind of two-way communication that is essential. As always, best wishes to you and your family.

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  • New Meeting Room Open For Board of Commissioners & All Public Meetings

     

    The Meeting Room on the lower level of the East Pennsboro Township Community & Municipal Building will be used for all Board of Commissioners Meetings & other Public Meetings, unless otherwise advertised. The New Meeting Room is located between the East Pennsboro Branch of the Fredricksen Library and the Schaner Adult Center at 98 S Enola Drive, Enola, PA. The Board of Commissioners meeting begins at 7PM.
    Please contact the Township Administration Office at 717-732-0711 to make a request for any special accommodations.

    Please note that the exterior doors will be locked at the start of meetings, so please follow the interior accessible route - take the elevator to level "G", right at the bottom of the ramp, at the end of the hall on the right.
  • Nixle Notification System

     

    East Pennsboro Township wants you to be safe and informed during emergencies and events in our area. These may include public safety threats, dangerous weather, traffic advisories and special local notifications. Information is key, and we strongly encourage you to sign up to receive text message alerts directly from the Township. Registering for alerts is easy — simply text your Zip Code to 888777 and you’ll be informed and instructed when necessary.

    Click Here to register on our Nixle webpage. Once the system goes live, all messages and alerts will also be posted there.

  • January 18, 2018

    Important Board Agenda Items:

    At the regularly scheduled meeting, to be held on January 18, 2018, the East Pennsboro Area School District Board of School Directors will review, discuss, and potentially make important decisions on the future renovations of our existing buildings. The Board will consider embarking on construction projects to renovate the existing facilities that could cost up to $50 million. The framework for these renovations will be to use option 9A developed by Crabtree, Rohrbaugh, and Associates, and the prioritized list of items established by the Feasibility Committee. Both documents can be found under the Feasibility Study portion of the website (http://epasd.org/Page/4323). More specifically option 9A is described in the document entitled Final Facility Committee Presentation August 1, 2017. The Feasibility Committee's prioritized list can be found under the document entitled Feasibility Study Questionnaire Average Results.

    One item slated to be on the agenda includes the potential to eventually move 5th grade from the middle school, therefore creating two separate K-5 buildings within the existing elementary structures. It should be noted that any changes discussed will take many years of careful planning, strategic processes, and ultimately renovations to make this grade structure change happen.

    The Board will also consider using a hybrid approach to the construction projects. The hybrid approach captures the best components and expertise levels of both architects and Energy Savings Companies (ESCO). Through the ESCO and Guaranteed Energy Savings Act (GESA), companies renovate the systems, and guarantee energy savings through the thoughtful replacement of items such as mechanical, electrical, and plumbing (MEP), and building "envelope" components (roof, windows, etc.). The hybrid approach couples these services with the expertise of educational planning and aesthetic improvements under the guidance of an architect.

    As part of the renovation project, the Board hopes to explore the possibility of creating an additional access point to the main campus by connecting East Pennsboro Elementary School to Salt Road.

    At this meeting, the board will review and discuss the concept of four-tiered bus services within the district. A 4-tiered bussing concept would create four separate start/end times for each of our buildings, as opposed to the current three start/end times currently in place. There is a projected significant financial savings to the district by moving to this structure.

    The public is invited and encouraged to attend this board meeting to be held in the East Pennsboro Area Middle School Large Group Instruction (LGI) Room beginning at 7:30 PM.

Board of Commissioners
Meeting


2018 Final Budget

2018 Final Budget

Tax Year 2018 Millage Rate Ordinance

2018 Millage Rate Ordinance

2017 Fee Schedule

2017 Township Fee Schedule

2020 Census Updates

2017 Summer Census Infogram

Abandoned Property Ordinance

Abandoned Property Information & Forms

Sewer and Sanitation
Online Payment Center

Now you can pay your sewer and/or sanitation account from the comfort of your home or office by using our online payment service. You can use your bank account or a credit card. Credit cards accepted: MasterCard, Discover, American Express or Visa. When using a credit card a convenience fee of 2.65% or $3.00 minimum will be charged by the payment processing company.

Pay-Online-Button

An upgrade to the software billing system occurred in July 2015. Because of these upgrades your account number has changed. If you have your account set up on auto-pay through your financial institution, please be sure to update your account number.

Credit Card Payments

Right-to-Know

Right-to-Know Officer:

John Pietropaoli
jpietropaoli@eastpennsboro.net

Request Form:
Right-to-Know Request Form

Resolution:
Right-to-Know Township Resolution


Peddler's Permit

Regulations:
Peddler's Permit Regulations

Application:
Peddler's Permit Application