2022 Draft Budget available for review

The proposed 2022 Budget and Fiscal Plan was approved for advertising for adoption at the November 9, 2021 Board of Commissioners Meeting.

The real estate general purpose millage will remain at 1.24 mills.  A home assessed at $161,943.75 will pay $200.81 in general purpose real estate tax for the year. 

The Fire Protection Tax will remain at .37 mills in order to cover the Township’s fire protection costs.  A home assessed at $161,943.75 will pay $59.92 in Fire Protection tax which will appear separately on their real estate tax bill.  This tax is used only to fund appropriations to the Township’s four volunteer fire companies serving York Township.   

There will be no increase in sewer rates for 2022.  The residential flat rates will remain at $125 per quarter and commercial will remain at $166 per quarter. 

Expenditures from all funds total $28,731,791.  The General Fund expense budget totals $13,257,755.  Total police and fire protection costs represent 49% of the general fund budget and total $6,267,300 in 2022.  The Sewer Fund expense budget totals $7,310,330 in 2022.

General Fund Capital Reserve expenditures planned for 2022 total $1,483,000 and Sewer Fund Capital Reserve expenditures planned for 2022 total $2,984,000.

The proposed 2022 York Township Budget and Ordinances may be examined beginning November 15, 2021 at the Township Offices, 190 Oak Road, Dallastown, PA 17313, between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. weekdays and is available on the Township website via the following link. The budget could be voted on for approval at the December 14, 2021 Board of Commissioners meeting.