Please place leaves at the EDGE and NOT in the roadway. Do not place leaves in ditches and storm drains.
Windrow type piles make for more efficient collection. Our roadcrew will not enter onto your property to collect leaves. Keep leaves away from parked vehicles, mailboxes, posts, poles and signs as much as possible.
Leaves and other small lawn debris are the only materials that should be placed for collection. No animal feces, stones or sticks. Remember a vacuum is collecting the material (hence no sticks and stones) and the roadcrew does need to get into the truck sometimes to remove the leaves once collected (hence no animal feces)...and animal feces is unacceptable in our compost pile.
Remind children to not play in leaf piles along the roadway, as this is very dangerous.
Motor vehicles ARE NOT permitted to drive or park throughout the EAST SNYDER PARK. You must park in designated parking lots.
This includes any person or persons reserving or using a pavilion, reserving, using or attending a sporting event, on any sports field, or the reservation, use or attendance of any other event held within EAST SNYDER PARK.
Please plan accordingly to get your needed supplies to your location.
If you have an extenuating circumstance - please contact the Park Manager at 570-259-1838.
RUDY GELNETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY
The following event is sponsored and/or promoted by Snyder County Libraries:
Tree Fest of Childrens Books - December 2, 2017 thru December 21, 2017 during regular hours.
All proceeds from these events do benefit all Snyder County Libraries.
Need clean fill?
Contact the township office - 374-4778
2017 Penn Township Road Projects
Salem Glenn Development - (Salem Blvd., Emily Lane and Farmhouse Lane) Letters sent to all.
double seal coat bituminous mixture and stone, rolled and followed by bituminous fog seal
Start date -Township was notified today, 8/24/17, Hammaker East will start the Salem Glenn project Friday, August 25th and continue on Monday, August 28th. Hammaker will return the following week, and probably not Labor Day....to add the fog seal. Remember drive slowly and avoid aggressive turning of your wheels on the roadway until fog seal is on and roadway has had a minute to cure.
Length of project - @ five working days
Guaranteed Complete Date - 8.31.2017 PROJECT COMPLETE
Hower Street - Letter sent to those directly affected.
base repair, wearing course and leveling course (paving)
Start date - Starting Monday, August 14th with base repair work, paving that same week.
Length of project - less than one week.
Guaranteed Complete Date - 8.31.2017 PROJECT COMPLETE
Meadowview Drive - (portion) Repair and Paving project - letters were sent to those directly affected.
Start Date: Will start on Monday, August 14th with base repairs after finishing base repairs on Hower St. Paving should also be completed by the end of that same week.
Walters Lane - FDR (Full Depth Reclamation)
Start Date: This project is underway. - This project is in conjunction with Graysonview Court; contractor will mobilize to our area on date noted. PROJECT COMPLETE
Start Date: This project is underway and final paving should be late in the week of August 13th. Remember to keep your car washed if you have any dust from the cement mix in the new base. PROJECT COMPLETE
Gaugler Lane - a portion of this road was paved, but not a planned paving. Paved with surface material "over estimated" by the contractor for Graysonview and Hower Street projects.
Please clean up after your pet!
If you visit the East Snyder Park with your pet, you must clean up after your animal. The park is visited by many children who like to run and play in the grass. Moms are not so happy when their children find prizes left by pets.
East Snyder Community Garden
971 University Ave
Growing season is just about over, the East Snyder Community Garden group will have plots available for you to rent and create you own personal garden for the 2018 growing season. Sizes are available: typical size - 30' X 30', 1/2 size or smaller, or a 4' X 10' raised bed. The garden plot application is available on this site, go to Community Garden in the left column of this home page. You will find it there with the Rules for Gardening as well.
Latest Edition of the Snyder Cowntian Available
This newsletter provided by the SCCD (Snyder County Conservation District) is filled with information on Manure Management and Workshops (for farmers, livestock and horse owners), the Chesapeake Bay Reboot, Erosion and Sediment Control information for any earth disturbance, and....the annual tree and plant sale order form.
Read the April edition for info on how your construction project may require review or a permit from the Snyder COunty Conservation District.
Revised - Critical Information for the Penn Township Recycling Program / Site
Dec 2016 Penn Township along with other recycle locations in Snyder County have received news that when our current contracts with our hauler LCRMS (Lycoming County Resource Management Services) expires on 12/31/2016, they WILL NOT be renewed in their current form. Meaning we will have to pay to have the bins emptied... the expected cost is @ $25K.
Penn Township specifically has never paid to have materials pulled. With the current state of recycling markets LCRMS loses money each time they pull one of our bins. We are actively working with SC Recycling, DEP, DCED, the County and others in our situation to try and find the best solution.
Fast Forward - 2017 -
Our site is up and running, accepting materials from our residents and from neighboring municipalities. We are able to keep this site open to all because of ACT 13 funds received by Snyder County, who generously made this money available to those sites who do not limit access. Penn Township will receive @ $17K toward the cost to move our materials. It won't cover the entire cost, but most of it. At this time these funds are only available for 2017, hopefully other opportunities will be available for the future or our site could close to anyone who is NOT a Penn Township resident.
While we are receiving some funding to keep our site going, the township will remain vigilant to be sure our users are following the rules. Rules set by our hauler, not Penn Township.
Basically not much has changed...but please be sure you break all cardboard boxes down to save space. Same with plastics, compress all plastic best you can without making a fulltime job of it. While the bins are clearly marked asking users to compress plastic, its pretty incredible to see how many people have little regard for our signs.
ALL CARDBOARD BOXES AND MILK JUGS!
This is what must happen to all cardboard boxes, no matter the type or the size if you are using our recycle center! Same with all gallon milk jugs, please.
FLOOD PREPARATION, PLANNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION
Click on the FLOODING AND YOU link in the left column for lots of useful information in learning how to prepare and protect your family in a flooding event. Maps showing the levels of inundation that can be expected as the Susquehanna River rises. Guides to help you in the aftermath of a flood or other disaster and where you can find help.
Calendar of Penn Township Events and Meetings
← Click on the calendar link in the left column.
Hey look, a new tab on our homepage. In the left column we have added PUBLIC NOTICE. Click on this tab to see all public notices that have been advertised. Penn Township publishes all public notices in the Daily Item and / or The Snyder County Times
Another option to find ALL advertised public notices in Pennsylvania, see www.publicnoticepa.com Open this page and look on the left side you search the Daily Item for all their published PUBLIC NOTICES.
Penn Township Zoning Map and Zoning Ordinance
For some time the Penn Township Planning Commission, at the request of the Board of Supervisors have been working to update the entire Penn Township Zoning Ordinance 2005-01. With this update so comes the possibility of updates to the Penn Township Zoning Map.
Please DO NOT be alarmed there will be changes to zoning that will happen without informing our residents. No changes will be finalized and made to our ordinance or zoning map without proper advertisement to get word to our residents. This information will come via this website, emails to township residents, the township newsletter, public hearings and advertisements in the local newspaper.
Over the years, a few residents have asked the township to consider changes to certain zones in the township. If you are one of these people and are a landowner in Penn Township and you want a zone change considered for your land parcels, please provide your request in writing to Penn Township, Attn: Planning Commission, 228 Clifford Road, Selinsgrove, PA 17870. This written request should include as much detail of your situation that you can provide along with contact information.
The map below is the Penn Township Zoning Map. While it may not be the easiest to see it will give you an idea how Penn Township is zoned. The map prior to adding to this website is a zoomable map. If that feature is inaccessible on the map below...if you email firstname.lastname@example.org and request a zoomable version we will get that right out to you.
Penn Township Zoning Map
Dog Poop and Leashes
This never changes no matter the year, the season, or the neighborhood.
...if you walk your dog through our Penn Township neighborhoods or the East Snyder Park, please be courteous and clean up after your pet.
If your dog is off your property it is your responsibly to have your dog on a leash and you must cleanup after him or her.
Dog Issues - SC Temp DOG WARDEN - Missi Bair (717) 527-4016
Did you know Penn Township has a 48 acre business park waiting to be filled?
Pawling Station Business Park sits along Route 522 headed west toward Middleburg at the end of our township.
This business park has five 3 acre to 21 acre lots zoned industrial. The lot lines are flexible and the mixed-use park is pad ready. All sites are equipped with public water, public sewer, natural gas, three-phase electric, access to high-speed internet and a common stormwater management system.
check it out...www.gsvcc.org/pawlingstation
All past issues of the Penn Township newletter are available in the Newsletter tab in the left column,
just click and all past newsletters are available there.
A newsletter was not published in 2015 or 2016 but we have hopes of getting back into the swing of things.
Expect a newsletter to arrive in your box in early 2017.
If you do not receive a newsletter by mail, please call the office and let us know, 374-4778.
Veteran's Memorial in the East Snyder Park
pavilion # 1 - next to the horseshoe pitching area
Van Nuys Family Pavilion
pavilion #2 - behind the LL Field, nearest the original softball fields
Reservations are now being accepted for 2017To check your date call today! 570-374-4778 Both pavilions are located in the East Snyder Park. The pavilions are always open for use by the general public, but are available for private use and may be reserved for your event. The 2017 non-refundable fee to reserve a pavilion is $50. Space will be confirmed and held only after receiving payment. Please verify availability with the Township office at (570) 374-4778 before making your plans.
To reserve a pavilion a User's Agreement is required.
Agreement's are available at theTownship Office, on this website, or via e-mail at email@example.com. Click on the link below
or go to the Applications for Permits link on the left.