Current News

JUNE 2022 – SEPTEMBER 2022


The following streets were selected to be re-paved this summer. 

    1. Ferree Hill Rd              (Honey Valley Rd to Ironstone Hill Rd)
    2. Vireo Rd                      (Green Valley Rd to Leader Heights Rd)
    3. Blymire Rd                  (Aldinger Dr to 1000 feet east of S. Pleasant Ave)
    4. Waters Rd                   (Hillcrest Rd to Spring Garden Twp line
    5. Hillcrest Rd                 (Waters Rd to Crescent Dr)
    6. Ridgewood Rd             (Spring Garden Twp line to Hillcrest Rd)
    7. Blue Ridge Dr.             (Pocono Dr to Ironstone Hill Rd)
    8. Kreidler Ave (old)        (Pine St to Spangler Meadows)
    9. Kreidler Ave (new)       (From the end to Spangler Meadows)
    10. Brighkin Dr.                 (Ashleigh Dr to Kreidler Ave)
    11. Pocono Dr.                  (Holyoke Dr to the cul-de-sac)
    12. Keller Dr.                     (From the cul-de-sac to St. Rt. 24)


Brush is defined as tree limbs (no larger than 8” in diameter and 6 feet in length), shrubbery, and bushes.  York Township accepts brush from York Township residents only as part of our recycling efforts.  Brush recycling is intended to clean up small amounts of debris from residential properties. The program is not intended to accept large tree removal projects. Large projects such as removing entire trees should employ the services of a commercial contractor. If you have large amounts of material to dispose of, please contact York Township first for approval.

The drop off site will remain open from dawn to dusk throughout the year.  The site will close from time to time in order to grind up the raw material into mulch.  Follow the website for updates.    To access the site, use the Oak Road entrance.  Drive through the gate to the designated area just past the power lines on the left.    Do not enter from Coventry Road.  This area is restricted for Township employees only.

Please participate in this program responsibly by not dumping the following:  garbage, metals, concrete, lumber, stumps, tree roots, stones, grass clippings, etc.  The drop off site may close unannounced if abuse is occurring.  Damage to the grinder can and has occurred when items other than brush go through the grinding head.  In addition, please be mindful that the brush drop off site is shared with public works operations and is under video surveillance.

The brush is processed into mulch and will be made available to Township residents when it is ready. The mulch pile is on the left in front of the gate and is on a first come first serve basis.

All other material and items you see beyond the gate are Township property and are not meant for public use.  If you see a violation, please report it to the Township or York County Regional Police Department.  The site is under constant video surveillance.


Waste oil may be dropped off at the Public Works Service Building Monday through Friday from 7:00am -3:30pm.  Please do not drop off oil after hours.  Waste oil must not be contaminated with any non-combustible liquids such as water and anti-freeze.


Just a friendly reminder to the property owners in York Township.  It is your responsibility to keep your trees, shrubbery, mailboxes, etc. from protruding past the curb into the street area.  There are many maintenance activities that must occur close to the curb (snow plowing, street sweeping, street paving, trash collection, etc.) which can be impacted by these obstructions.  Overgrown trees and shrubbery can also impact the site distance for the motoring public.  Refer to Ordinance # 2014-5 found on the website for more details.


Please be aware that as property owners in York Township you are responsible to keep your property clear from any obstructions that overhang the edge of the road.  Examples include but are not limited to:  tree limbs, shrubbery, hedges, grassy areas, mailboxes, fencing, etc.  Many activities occur close to the curb with large vehicles that can be impacted when these obstructions exist.  Examples include snow and ice removal, street sweeping, street paving, trash collection, school bus travel, etc.).  Overgrown tree limbs and vegetation also impact the site distance for the motoring public which can be a safety concern.   Refer to Ordinance # 2014-5 found on the website for the specific requirements.


If you observe what would appear to be an emergency with sanitary sewers, roadways, or storm water facilities, please call the Public Works Department from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday at 741-3861 ext.170.  After these hours or on weekends & holidays dial 911.

Check our website at or call the Public Works Department at 741-3861 ext.170. for questions or concerns.


Click on the link for the York Township Department of Public Works Application / Permit to Excavate within the Public Right Of Way. Street cut permit  revised street permit 2018


2014-5 Trees and Vegetation Ordinance 

2015-3 Brush Drop Off/ Mulch Ordinance

Construction and Material Specs 2015

Contact Public Works Department

717-741-3861 ext.170


Contact Public Works Department (Online Form)