Bounded by local creeks and neighbors, our community prospers from its location among limestone rich soil, expansive productive farmland and proximity to points of interest in Central Pennsylvania. A short drive will take you right into "the sweetest place on earth", Hershey, PA then onto Harrisburg, the state capital and home to Three Mile Island - a nuclear power plant that generates electric for over 80,000 homes. Back the other way is historical Millard Quarry, still in operation after decades of mining for limestone, and Fort Indiantown Gap - a National Guard Training Center - both in Annville, PA. So close that it's not uncommon to hear or feel the presence of either.
All have contributed to the growth of North Londonderry Township, but it is our policies that have promoted healthy, attractive neighborhoods and a sound local economy. In an area 10.7 square miles in the southwest corner of Lebanon County, we have accomodated much of the expansion of the Palmyra area and yet there is still more room to grow. We are easily accessed by major interstates and routes, we ask you to stop by...or stay a while, others have!
The Township has been notified by PennDOT's contractor that beginning
January 7, 2019, Palmyra Bellegrove Road will be closed at the bridge
over the Quittapahilla Creek for approximately six (6) months.
The closure will facilitate necessary bridge rehabilitation work.
FEMA has created an online interactive map viewer to give NLT and its residents
the opportunity to review proposed changes to the Flood Insurance Rate Maps (FIRMs).
This map will allow residents and other stakeholders to see how these changes
could potentially impact their properties. Floodplain map changes are scheduled to go into effect
in mid 2019. Should any Township resident disagree with the proposed changes,
please contact the North Londonderry Township Office at 717-838-1373.
Please click on the following link for a list of recyclable items.
Waste Haulers will be notifying residents of unacceptable waste curbside.
Please be sure to follow the guidelines in order to establish a 'clean' recycling stream.
The following article may provide further explanation. Townships Today