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Adamstown Library – Town Hall Meeting Scheduled

Monday, November 12th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in the library conference room. This is an opportunity for the community to ask questions about the new facility and the Room to Grow Capital Campaign.

Coffee and dessert will be served.

Draft Agenda – October 16, 2018

Week #4 – Emergency Preparedness Month – Save for an emergency

Week #4 – Save for an Emergency

  1.  What important documents should you have for an emergency?  How will you pay your bills if a disaster strikes?  These are the questions you should be asking now.
  2. Keep some cash on hand for emergency expenses, such as lodging, food and gas after a disaster.  Also download FEMA’s Emergency Financial First Aid Kit a for additional peace of mind.

On-Lot Sewer Program

Senior Center Space Available

The Senior Center has officially moved out of the building on West Main Street.

The space is available for a new tenant.

The purpose tenant must be a business or non-profit that is serving the public such as a church.

If you are interested, please contact the Township Office at 717-336-8720 or email Carolyn Hildebrand, Township Manager at




Draft Agenda – October 4, 2018

Week #3 – Emergency Preparedness Month – Check your insurance coverage

Week 3 – Check your Insurance Coverage

  1. Flooding can be an emotionally and financially devastating event.  Just one inch of water can cause $25,000 in damage to your home.
  2. Approximately 80 percent of households impacted by Hurricane Harvey did not have flood insurance.  Also, most homeowners and renters insurance does not cover flood damage.  Avoid surprises.  Learn more about your flood risk and insurance at
  3. Take photos of important documents and personal belongings to help you quickly file a claim after a flood.

Save a Life Night

Chronic Wasting Disease – Where Can I Take My Deer?

Week # 2 – Emergency Preparedness Month – Learn life-saving skills

September is Emergency Preparedness Month – Week #2

  1. Learn CPR and basic first aid skills
  2. Learn how to turn off utilities; such as natural gas in your home.
  3. Put smoke alarms on every level of your home, test them monthly, and replace them when they are 10 years old.
  4. Know how to keep your home safe from cooking, heating and electrical fires.
  5. Install natural gas and carbon monoxide detectors in your house.
  6. Be prepared for a power outage by having enough food, water and medications to last for at least 72 hours.
  7. Have chimneys and vents cleaned and inspected by a qualified professional at least once a year to prevent home fires.