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

Phone: (717) 762-3128

Fax: (717) 788-0372

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

WTS

Welcome

Washington Township is accepting Credit Card Payments

A service fee of 2.65% or $3.00 will be charged.


Change in Washington Township Office Operations

Administration Office OPEN for business, 
CLOSED to the Public until further notice.

Due to the Corona Virus (COVID-19)  the Washington Township Supervisors have made the decision for staff to keep working but close the office to the public until further notice. This decision was made at their March 16th, 2020 meeting.  

We are concerned for your health as well as our employees. So, we are taking advantage of the resources that we have. We are available by telephone, fax, and email and we as well as the public can utilize our drop box.

Updated Information: All of Washington Township Park bathrooms are closed and no pavilion rentals are being taken at this time. We are not sanitizing the play equipment, tables or benches.  No organized ball games on the fields until the Governor’s Proclamation of Emergency Disaster is lifted. However the use of the grounds and trails for walking, hiking and exercise is allowable.  Please remember social distancing.

We apologize for any inconvenience, but we are trying to keep everyone safe.Thank you for your understanding. Washington Township Personnel


Proclamation of Local Disaster Emergency

The Washington Township Board of Supervisors’ Chairman has signed a Proclamation of Disaster which allows us to apply for Federal funding, if necessary, for purchases related to COVID-19. Although restrictions have been placed on entering the  township Administrative office, Tax Office and Police Station there has been no other additional changes or restrictions imposed by the Board of Supervisors for Washington Township at this time. The Police Department, Transfer Station, Roads Department, Planning and Zoning Department, Code Enforcement Office and the Tax Office are all fully operating.

Resolution 718 – Proclamation of Local Disaster Emergency


The Novel Corona Virus called COVID – 19 and Things to Know

Your Health is Important to Us!!

While our office is currently open and closed to public traffic, we will do our best to meet your needs via telephone,  email or fax, We are committed to the safety of our citizens as well as our employees.  We have been closely monitoring national, regional and local COVID-19 developments and prepare so all can remain safe and healthy. 

Your safety is our foremost concern.  Any precautions keep you and our staff safe.
If you have any questions, please call our office.  717-762-3128. 

You can go to our COVID-19 page for more information
New Information is added as we are updated.

Franklin County Businesses: Please complete this survey to have your voice heard!

To my friends in the business and non-profit community of Franklin County,
Gov. Wolf’s mandated closure of businesses and other activities is rightly intended to “flatten the curve” of the rate of COVID-19 infection. The governor has invoked his emergency powers under the law in order to enact these measures. 
However, the disruption to commercial activity will also have a profound negative impact as businesses and the people they employ struggle to weather the financial storm. We know that this virus causes serious risks to health, but poverty brought about by continued business stoppage will also have serious health consequences. The state is going to have to make the decision as to when and how to permit businesses and schools to reopen, it is just a matter of when. 

Your answers to these questions will assist me and other policy makers in weighing those competing risks. 
All answers will be confidential, you need not share the name of your business. 
This survey will remain open for answers through Thursday, March 26 at 5pm. 

Urgency is most important in completing these questions so we can consolidate the data to present to Harrisburg.

Thank you.
REP. PAUL SCHEMEL
90TH LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT
PENNSYLVANIA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES


Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum will remain closed until Saturday May 2, 2020


 

RED RUN EXPRESS – VOLUNTEERS NEEDED 

Red Run Park Miniature Train
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED to drive the train.

The Township is still in need of volunteer train engineers and conductors to keep the Red Run Express running on weekends at Red Run Park. The Township will assist and pay for your child abuse history clearance and criminal record check.     

If you are interested in making young folks happy by providing free train rides for them, please contact Vern Ashway at the Township office at 717-762-3128. The Township will provide the needed training to operate the train.



Employment Opportunity

Part-Time Transfer Station Laborer 

Click HERE for more information and application. 



			

2020 Census

Click HERE  for Information and Links on the 2020 Census


Soccer Shots Free Fun Day and Spring Enrollment!

Scheduled to be at Pine Hill Park. GO HERE for more information


Tire Recycling Taking Place on April 17, 2020 for Franklin County Residents

The forms can be found by clicking HERE or they are available at our office located at 13013 Welty Road, Waynesboro, PA. 17268


Earth Day Events for 2020

Once again Washington Township Supervisors will be offering Paper Shredding by OSI in Chambersburg on April 25, 2020. This will be in conjunction with Renfew Park’s Earth Day Celebration. PAPER SHREDDING will be available
from 10:00 am – 1:00 pm in Washington Township Supervisors parking lot. For more information CLICK HERE


Governor Wolf’s Administration Encourages Pennsylvanians “Resolve to be Ready”

PEMA_logoWolf Administration Encourages Pennsylvanians to  
“Resolve to be Ready” by 
Planning for Emergencies in the New Year 
Click on PUBLIC NOTICE page to find more information

Fire Police Needed

 Blue Ridge Fire and Rescue are in need of Fire Police. Anyone interested in becoming a Fire Police man or woman, Please contact the Blue Ridge Fire Department by visiting our Website, or calling the station at 717-794-2323

Watch the Blue Ridge Fire Department website for more information on public meetings to address any questions you may have.