Resources

York Adams Tax Bureau

York Office Address: 1405 N. Duke Street, P.O. Box 15627, York, PA 17405-0156

York Office Phone: 717-845-1584

Gettysburg Office Address: 240 West Street, P.O. Box 4374, Gettysburg, PA 17325

Gettysburg Office Phone: 717-334-4000

Email: Info@yatb.com

www.yatb.com

New to the area? Click the link below for a new resident/change of address form to be filed by you after moving into the area or changing addresses within the York Adams Tax Bureau.

New Resident Change of Address Form  (PDF)

 

Voter Registration and Resources

28 East Market Street, York, PA 17401

717-771-9604

York County, PA Voting & Elections:

www.yorkcountypa.gov/voting-elections

 

State Officials

PA State Representative: Kristin Phillips-Hill (R)

PA House District 93

www.repkristin.com

717-428-9889
Toll-Free: 1-877-207-2272

 

PA State Senator: Vacant

PA Senate District 28

 

Local School District

South Eastern School District

Administration Building:

377 Main Street

Fawn Grove, PA 17321

717-382-4843

www.sesdweb.net

 

Community Resources

Mason Dixon Community Services

Pennsylvania Office:

5 Pendyrus Street

Delta, PA 17314

717-456-5559

www.mason-dixon.org

 

Delta Senior Center

5 Pendyrus Street, Suite 1

Delta, PA 17314

717-456-5753

 

Senior Guidance

www.seniorguidance.org

Area Agency On Aging – www.ycaaa.org

Mesothelioma Guide

 

Transportation

Rabbittransit

717-846-RIDE (7433)

Toll-Free: 1-800-632-9063

www.rabbittransit.org

 

Cable/Telephone

Verizon

1-800-837-4966 – Landline Customer Service

www.verizon.com

1-800-922-0204 – Wireless Customer Service

www.verizonwireless.com

Armstrong

1-877-277-5711

www.armstrongonewire.com

 

PA One Call – Call Before You Dig

8-1-1 or 1-800-242-1776

Administrative Offices: 1-800-248-1786

www.pa1call.org

 

Police

Pennsylvania State Police

Troop H – 110 Trooper Court, York, PA 17403

Emergency: 9-1-1

Non-Emergency:717-428-1011

www.psp.pa.gov

 

Electrical Services

Adams Electric

Billing and Services: 888-232-6732

Report an outage: 800-726-2324

www.adamsec.coop

 

Met-Ed/First Energy

Billing and Services: 1-800-545-7741

Report an outage: 1-888-544-4877

www.firstenergycorp.com

 

Trash Services

Penn Waste

717-767-4456

www.pennwaste.com

 

Republic Services

1-800-210-9675

www.republicservices.com

 

Fire Department

Citizens Volunteer Fire Department

P.O. Box 6

171 South Market Street

Fawn Grove, PA 17321

Emergency: 9-1-1

Non-Emergency: 717-382-4432

www.citizensvfc.com

 

Emergency Medical Services

Southern York County EMS

P.O. Box 31

Fawn Grove, PA 17321

Emergency: 9-1-1

Non-Emergency: 717-673-0793

www.sycems.org

Email: info@sycems.org

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Dog Licenses
All information related to obtaining a required dog license, including the fees, can be found
at www.licenseyourdogPA.com or by calling 717-787-3062.
Fawn Township residents can contact the York County Treasurer for a license by calling (717) 771-9603 or applying online at www.yorkcountypa.gov.
There is also the option to apply and obtain a dog license at any of the following agencies in the
local area (for a complete county/state list visit www.licenseyourdogPA.com):
  • Delta – Delta Tags, Title & Notary
  • Delta – Dennis Emmel
  • New Freedom – Four Paws Pet Shop
  • Red Lion – Cape Horn Country
  • Red Lion – Cape Horn Veterinary Services
  • Red Lion – The Mill
  • Stewartstown – Stewartstown Veterinary Services

PA DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Pennsylvania Business One-Stop Shop

Commonwealth Keystone Building

400 North Street, 4th Floor

Harrisburg, PA  17120

Phone:  1-833-722-6778

Website: business.pa.gov

Email: business.pa.gov/contact

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Emergency Preparedness Resources

  • “Don’t wait until the next emergency to get ready; start today. A list of family planning activities is available at www.readypa.org
  • “How will you pay your bills if disaster strikes? Disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can. Learn how at www.ready.gov/financial-preparedness
  • “Your neighbor may have to rely on you during an emergency. Will you be ready? Learn how at www.ready.gov/neighbors
  • “Do you know what to do when an emergency happens? Learn the five key actions you can take at www.ready.gov/untilhelparrives
  • “What important documents should you have in your emergency kit? The Emergency Financial First Aid Kit explains them all: https://go.usa.gov/xNhp6

Preparing a family emergency plan:

  1. Develop a “family emergency plan card” with important phone numbers and an alternate emergency contact person.
  2. Find the safe spots in your home for each type of potential disaster.
  3. Choose multiple meeting places and prioritize.
  4. Determine the best escape routes from your home by finding two ways out of each room.
  5. Practice! For any family emergency plan to be effective, it must be practiced regularly.
  6. Sign up for local emergency alerts and warnings and make sure you have access to sufficient cash during a disaster.

Additional emergency preparation practices:

  1. Download a group texting app so your family can keep in touch before, during, and after an emergency.
  2. Practice evacuating in the car with your animals so they’re more comfortable if you need to leave your home quickly.
  3. Review your insurance policy and disaster coverage before an emergency.
  4. Practice basic first aid skills, including CPR and how to control bleeding, care for shock, treat burns, and splint broken bones.
  5. Sign up for emergency alerts on your phone by downloading the FEMA mobile app at www.fema.gov/mobile-app

York County Office of Emergency Management

American Red Cross – Central Pennsylvania