PIC

Public Services

Trash & Recycling

East Hanover Township residents can participate in a wide variety of waste collection and disposal programs including but not limited to municipal solid waste, curbside recycling, bulk item collection, household hazardous waste curbside collection, and electronics recycling. These services are managed by various agencies such as Penn Waste and Dauphin County Solid Waste Management and Recycling. For additional information on each of these organizations and services, please click on the Learn More button to the right of this message.

Penn Waste, Inc.
PO Box 3066
York, PA 17402
1-866-575-8720

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911 Emergency Services

Dauphin County operates an Enhanced 911 (E911) system and is the only recognized Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) in the county. When a person dials 911, it is routed to the correct PSAP regardless of telephone service or municipal boundaries. The E911 system displays telephone number and location information at the PSAP. For callers using a landline phone, the telephone number and address will be displayed automatically on the receiver’s screen. For cellular calls, the cellular telephone number and approximate GPS coordinates will display automatically. Cellular callers are more difficult to locate as the GPS coordinates are not always accurate depending upon the cellular phone and cellular carrier technology. Always be aware of your surroundings, including nearby addresses, intersections and/or landmarks.

Emergency calls: 9-1-1
Non-emergency calls: 717-558-6900

Dauphin County 911

Police

The Pennsylvania State Police provide primary police service to municipalities in Pennsylvania which do not have their own local police force. The Harrisburg Headquarters provides full-time police services to the following municipalities: East Hanover Township, West Hanover Township, South Hanover Township, Londonderry Township, Conewago Township, Middle Paxton Township, and Dauphin Borough. It also serves Royalton Borough in a part-time capacity when their part-time police department is not in service.

PA State Police Troop H Harrisburg
8000 Bretz Drive
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Emergency Calls: 911
Non-Emergency Calls: (717) 671-7500

PA State Police Troop H Harrisburg

Fire Company

The Grantville Volunteer Fire Company members are dedicated to providing the best fire protection, rescue, fire police, emergency medical and support services to East Hanover Township and surrounding municipalities. The fire company publishes an annual fire company book, newsletter, Facebook page, and website to inform residents of company activities. The company book, carnival, yard sale, chicken & pork rib barbecues, annual fund drive, spaghetti dinners, and April & September daily drawings are some of the fundraising activities needed to operate this fine company. The company also co-sponsors community activities with East Hanover Township Park and Recreation such as the annual Halloween Parade and Christmas Tree Lighting. The company is always in need of emergency and support personnel. There are three types of company memberships needs: Emergency-Response, Support/Auxiliary and Junior Memberships. Residents are invited to join by obtaining an application from the company membership secretary or any one of the officers listed. The cost of membership is $3.00 per year. Youth between the ages of 16 and 18 are invited to join the Junior Firefighter Program. Anyone is welcome to attend the fire company meetings which are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the training room at the fire house.

9199 Allentown Blvd.
Grantville, PA 17028
Emergencies: 911
Non-emergencies: (717) 350-8249

Grantville Volunteer Fire Company

Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

As of January 1, 2015, all individuals permanently residing in East Hanover Township, Dauphin County receive emergency services member benefits with South Central EMS. Listed below are some of the key highlights of this service as funded by the East Hanover Township Board of Supervisors.   This service covers the patient’s costs for emergency calls within the geographic primary response area of South Central Emergency Medical Services, Inc., as dispatched by Dauphin County Emergency Management Agency.   ~Program benefits are only applicable when South Central EMS, Inc. is the responding, transporting emergency medical services unit. ~Program benefits do not extend to emergency calls that are not medically necessary. ~Program benefits do not extend to non-emergency transportation by ambulance and/ or wheelchair/ litter van. ~South Central EMS will conduct fundraising activities including, but not limited to an annual voluntary fund drive mailing. ~Program benefits will be considered void if a resident utilizes EMS Services and fails to remit insurance payments received. All payments for services rendered shall be submitted to South Central EMS upon receipt.  

South Central Emergency Medical Services, Inc.
8065 Allentown Blvd.
Harrisburg, PA 17112
Emergency Calls: 911
Non-Emergency Calls: (717) 671-4020

South Central EMS

Tax Office

Tax Collector: Loria Smith (2017), Deputy Tax Collector: James Smith
General hours of operation:
Monday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
The office will be closed on all holidays and the following 2016 dates:
April 25 - May 6
June 6 - 24
October 10 - 14

376 North Crawford Rd.
Grantville, PA 17028
(717) 469-1048

Dauphin County Tax Collectors

DC Senior Center

There are 19 sites throughout the County where older adults may gather for fellowship and activities during the day. Programs are planned by center participants with the help of center staff and volunteers. Activities may include board games, cards, exercise, dance, trips, special events and Prime Time Health Programs. Residents of Dauphin County who are at least 60 years old (and their spouse regardless of age) may attend the centers. Transportation can be provided to the closest senior center for those unable to use public transportation. Call the assigned community public/private transportation serving your community or Capital Area Transit's Share-A-Ride program. Persons with their own transportation may attend the center of their choice.  A hot nutritious (1/3 RDA) meal is served five days a week. There is no charge for the meal, however, voluntary contributions are encouraged and accepted. If you wish to enjoy a noon meal at the center, you must notify the center manager before noon on the working day prior to the day you wish to attend.

East Hanover Township Senior Center
8848 Jonestown Rd.
Grantville, PA 17028
(717) 469-7514

Dauphin County Senior Centers