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Jeff Gillaugh, Roadmaster

Alan Hostetter, Assistant Roadmaster

Steve Seiders, Road Crew Member

The township road crew is responsible for maintaining 38 miles of township roads. Their duties include keeping our roads clear of snow and ice in the winter time and mowing along township roads in the summer time. They oversee paving projects and tar and chipping of roads, fill in potholes, cut trees and brush along the roads, keep our bridges safe, replace and clean out drainage culverts, maintain the township park, and close or clear roads in times of flooding or high winds. You are welcome to report any road hazards to the township at any time.

Roadmaster Gillaugh  (717) 226-3471

Township Office  (717) 486-3104

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION 

Report downed power lines to the responsible public utility, police or fire company. Do NOT remove trees, limbs or branches from power lines.

PPL: 800-432-5775

CenturyLink: 800-201-4099

 

Report downed Roadway Signs to the Township Roadmaster:

717-226-3471

 

Report Road-killed Deer to DCNR South Central Game Commission (DNCR & Township not responsible to remove small animal carcasses)

814-643-1831

 

Cumberland County Dog Warden:

Barry Hockley

717-979-5384