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Trick or Treat

Trick or Treat night will be held, October 30th from 6 - 8pm.

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Second Public Hearing Notice 2021 All

Notice is hereby given that the Mifflin County Commissioners and on the behalf of Brown, Derry and Granville Townships, and Lewistown Borough, plan to submit an application to the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) for Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds by October 28, 2021
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Local Earned Income Tax Filling Deadline

As of right now, the Local Earned Income Tax filing deadline has NOT been extended beyond the April 15, 2021 due date. While the PA Department of Revenue and the IRS announced that income tax filing deadlines for their 2020 final returns are extended to May 17, 2021, no such change has been made for the Local Earned Income Tax Filing deadline.

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Aggressive Driving Awareness

Highway Safety Network reminds motorists speeding and other aggressive driving behaviors are among the leading factors of highway crashes and fatalities in Pennsylvania. However, many motorists do not realize they are aggressive drivers.

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COVID-19 Vaccine

Gov. Wolf and Aging Sec. Torres Share Community-Based Solutions Helping Pennsylvanians 65-plus Access the COVID-19 Vaccine

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Meetings via Teleconference

Per Derry Township Resolution 2020-27 adopted December 21, 2020, reinstating and extending the Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency, temporary emergency rules for meetings were established. To the extent possible the Township will attempt to provide a reasonably accessible method for the public to participate and comment and to maintain transparency. A copy of the full Resolution is posted on the Township website and available for review at the Township office.

The Derry Township Board of Supervisors will hold its regularly scheduled meetings in person and via teleconference until the Declaration of Local Disaster Emergency expires. Proper masking and social distancing is strongly encouraged when attending in person. The public may call in via phone or cell phone by the following phone number: (832) 831-2424. After you are connected to the conference you will be prompted to enter the Conference ID # 194715. If you wish to attend the audio conference via computer, please call into the office prior to 4:00 p.m. so a link to the conference can be emailed to you. You will be asked to identify yourself for the record.

All Meetings are held the first and third Mondays of each month, with the exception of the July and September meetings which will be held the first Tuesday and third Monday of the month and begin promptly at 5:30 P.M., at the Derry Township Municipal Building, 73 Reserve Lane, Lewistown, PA. The first meeting of each month will be the primary business meeting. The second meeting can be cancelled up to noon that day if there is no business to be transacted.

DERRY TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
Kelly J. Shutes
Township Manager

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Preparing for COVID-19

How do I prepare? - Know the symptions of COVID-19 - Take Everyday Precautions

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Taxpayer Helpline

Keystone Collections Group provides a dedicated, tollĀ­free phone line for local tax inquiries. 1-866-539-1100

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Burning

Burning is permitted on Saturday mornings 7am - 10am; any other time requires a burn permit (obtained at the Township office). No burning on holidays or Sundays.

There is no charge for burn permits. Please call to activate permit with dates you intend to burn. Burn permits are good for 1 calendar year.

You may burn paper, cardboard, wood, and brush. No leaves, tires, plastic, or other debris.

Any questions, please contact the Township office.

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Fair Housing

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Click Here for literature regarding illegal fair housing practices, predatory lending reverse redlining and contact information in the event a person or family believes they have been discriminated against. The Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission is the state entity that reviews alleged fair housing and discriminatory lending practices.