Author: Justin Evans

COVID-19: Mount Joy Township Office – Closed to Public

Due to the COVID-19 situation, the Mount Joy Township municipal office will be closed to the public for the coming weeks. We are open during typical working hours and performing all services except for residential rental inspections. Payments, permit applications, and other paperwork can be mailed to us or left in the secure drop box in front of our offices. If you need leaf and woody yard waste bags, please call 717-367-8917 or email Kristina Kirchner (kkirchner@mtjoytwp.org) and the bags will be placed under the covered entrance to the building for pick-up. Contact Kristina for extra service trash tags as well.

As always, call us at 717-367-8917 or visit our website at www.mtjoytwp.org for email addresses of the Township staff. We will provide assistance with permit applications or other forms remotely or in person upon appointment.

Part-time Help Wanted: Parks Maintenance

Mount Joy Township is accepting applications to assist with the maintenance of our three public parks.  We are looking for help with mowing and general maintenance at our three parks facilities.  The seasonal position is available from April through September for an average of 25 hours/week.

If interested, please submit an application to the Mount Joy Township Municipal Office located at 8853 Elizabethtown Road as soon as possible.

Bear Creek Road Construction – Beginning October 2nd

Construction on Bear Creek Road between Campus Road and Sheaffer Road (Bear Creek Elementary School) is scheduled to be closed to thru traffic on October 2nd.  The Bear Creek Road/Spring Road intersection will be realigned in a several-week project that should be finished by the end of October.  Local access to Clover Lane, Shybrook Court, and Honeysuckle Court will be maintained during the intersection project, but not by way of the Spring Road intersection.

Updates can be found at mtjoytwp.org.

Cloverleaf Road Bridge

The Lancaster County Engineer has closed the Cloverleaf Road Bridge over the Little Chiques Creek for an indefinite period due to structural deficiencies.  The Lancaster County Board of Commissioners has indicated an intent to replace the bridge in 2021. Further information will be passed along as it is provided by the County.

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