Welcome to Dickinson Township
Dickinson Township is located in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Its history revolves around farms, the schools, churches, mills, stores, blacksmith shops and the businesses that supplied them as well as the industries of the mountains which developed the natural resources of wood, iron ore, sand, clay and phosphorous.
REMINDER: The Dickinson Township Office will be closed on Thursday, November 26, and Friday November 27, 2020 in observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday. Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!!!!
LOST & FOUND: A pair of Binoculars were found along Cold Springs Road. Please contact the Township office at (717) 486-7424, callers must provide a description of the binoculars to recover them (make, model, color and size).
ATTENTION: The Dickinson Township Park and Recreation Board would like to encourage Township Residents to take a quick survey to help guide the Park Development Plan process.
Please click on the link below to access the Survey for future park planning.
LOST & FOUND: The Township Public Works Department found a Backpack at Stuart Park. Please contact the office if you believe it is yours. Callers will need to identify the bag by description and content.
Monday June 15, 2020 the Township Office will be open to the public.
To limit exposure and maintain CDC guidelines; the front door will be open for entry and the side door will be used as an exit. Masks will be
required, and hand sanitizer will be available. Marks have been placed on the floors to encourage social distancing while in the office. Please remember that there may be delays when accessing the office.
The Board of
Supervisors strongly recommend that any questions regarding Zoning, Trash,
building permits etc. be handled via phone or emails. Residents are encouraged
to mail in or drop off permit applications.
The Board of Supervisors appreciate your patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.
SEPTIC SYSTEM/PUMPING INSPECTION REMINDER
The Dickinson Township staff will forward reminders at the end of September to residents requiring
septic pumping. To avoid a rush on the contractors in the area, the community is reminded of the requirement for every owner of an individual sewage system to have septage or other solids removed from the treatment tank at least once every three years. Proof of pumping and/or inspection shall be provided by the owner of the individual system within 30 days of the date of service to the Township. For more information, forms, and a list of septic haulers, please see the Sewage Enforcement section of the website.
CD copies of the Comprehensive Plan are available at the Township building.