Washington Township - 1779
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13013 Welty Rd, Waynesboro, PA 17268

Phone: (717) 762-3128

Fax: (717) 762-1775

Mon-Fri 8:00 am - 4:30 pm

WTS

Welcome

Easter Egg Hunt – April 20th – Red Run Park

The Rouzerville Lion’s Club will be holding their
ANNUAL EASTER EGG HUNT
at Red Run Park
Sunday, April 20th
from at
2:00 PM

Road Closure – April 21 & 22 – Old Pen Mar Rd

Old Pen Mar Road will be closed on April 21 & 22 for road work -
at 12781 Old Pen Mar Rd.

(closed between Upper Edgemont Rd. and Mar Way Lane)

Be aware there may be traffic delays for periods during the day on
Monday and Tuesday, April 21 & 22 at the locations specified.
Work should  be completed in two days.

Road Work-Stottlemyer & Welty Rds. – April 14 – 7:00 a.m.

Valley Quarries had advised the Township Office they will be working to improve the road conditions where recent sewer line upgrades required cutting these two roadways.  The roadwork will begin on Stottlemyer Road at 7:00 a.m. on Monday and once finished there, crews will move to Welty Road to complete work there.

Be aware there may be traffic delays for periods during the day on Monday April 14th at the locations specified on these two roads.  Work should  be completed in one day.

Battle of Monterey Pass

2014 Civil War Trust Park Day at the Battle of Monterey Pass

2014-04-05 BOMP Civil War Work Day40 volunteers headed by Lee Royer showed up on Saturday April 5, 2014 to work at the
Battle of Monterey Pass Battlefield site. Ken Brown organized approximately 30 students
from Waynesboro Area Senior High School to help with the project.

Lunch was provided by Lynn & Duke Martin of the Martin House Bed & Breakfast.

2014-04-05 BOMP J Myers Insulators-vols

The gentleman pictured above from John H. Myers Company donated their time and efforts to insulate the museum.
We are very grateful for all of their hard work to get the job done!

Appalachian Trail News

On Saturday, April 26th starting at 12:30 PM at Renfrew Park
Appalachian Trail officials will designate
Washington Township and
the Borough of Waynesboro
Appalachian Trail Communities.

Please plan on joining us for this great honor!
For more details see the BLUE Appalachian Trail tab on the left.

FREE Paper Shredding!

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April 26, 2014 – 10 AM to 2 PM
EARTH DAY

Washington Township Municipal Building
13013 Welty Road, Waynesboro, PA 17268
Rear parking lot

Thank you – Franklin County Commissioners and Planning Department

Thank you Chief Dave Martin

2014-02-19 Dave Martin1

Wednesday, February 19, 2014 Chairman Jeff Geesaman presents Dave Martin
with a certificate of appreciation for his 6 years of service
as Chief of the Waynesboro Volunteer Fire Department.

Waynesboro Area Rated 2nd Best Place to Retire in PA

The Movoto Real Estate Blog has ranked the Boro of Waynesboro
the second best place to retire in Pennsylvania.
Washington Township surrounds the Borough of Waynesboro
and adds to the Boroughs charm.

For more information on the study visit
www.movoto.com/blog/top-ten/retire-in-pennsylvania/
For information on moving to the area please visit the
Greater Waynesboro Chamber of Commerce web site at  www.waynesboro.org
or call the chamber office at 717-762-7133 for information.

Thank you Secretary Schoch and Senator Alloway

Sec Schrock 2014-02-10

Left to Right: Supervisors William Conrad and Stewart McCleaf, Township Manager Mike Christopher,
Chairman Jeff Geesaman, Senator Richard Alloway, PA Secretary of Transportation Barry Schoch,
District 8 Manager Michael Keiser and Supervisor Richard McCracken.

On February 10, 2014 PA Secretary of Transportation Barry Schoch, District 8 Manager Michael Keiser and Senator Richard Alloway met with the Washington Township Board of Supervisors to discuss funding for the Old Forge Road Roundabout and Washington Township Boulevard.

Thanks for meeting with us!

Congressman Shuster with Board

Left to Right: Manager Mike Christopher, Supervisors Stewart McCleaf, Chairman Jeff Geesaman,
Congressman Bill Shuster, Supervisors Richard McCracken, Elaine Gladhill and William Conrad.

On January 31, 2014 Congressman Bill Shuster met with the
Washington Township Board of Supervisors and Manager to discuss transportation needs
for our area especially funding for Washington Township Boulevard at Rt. 997.