Crews are working on a sinkhole on West Governor Road (Rt. 322) in the area of University Drive. West lanes on West Governor Road on the east side of the intersection are limited and crews are directing traffic around the site. Expect delays in this area. Work crews estimate they will have work completed by 8:00 pm this evening.
North Lingle Avenue still remains closed at this time due to downed, live electric wires. Utility crews are busy all around the region and there is no ETA when they will arrive to address this issue. In the attached map, the red X is the location of the hard closure. Local traffic will be able to get to residences and businesses by entering from the north or south of the hard closure. Yellow X's mark some other closures or partial closures where traffic may not be able to get through or may be directed to local residences. We appreciate your patience during thi
The Fiddlers Elbow Road bridge that spans the Swatara Creek between Derry Township and Lower Swatara Township will be closed starting March 25, 2021. This is part of a project to replace the structure. Work is expected to last through spring and summer this year, ending in early August. Detour routes will be posted with West Main Street, South Hanover Street, Middletown Road, and PA Route 283 being part of that detour route (highlighted in green in the attached map)
The Susquehanna Township Police Department is currently participating in Integration of Communication, Assessment, and Tactics (ICAT) training. Developed by the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), ICAT provides officers with the tools, skills, and options they need to successfully and safely defuse a range of critical incidents.
The Derry Township Police Department is aware of recent sightings of coyotes within the Township, and we have been in contact with the Pennsylvania Game Commission to discuss any concerns that these animals may present to our residents and visitors.
The Game Commission advises that the coyotes are most likely foraging for food like most wild animals and suggested that residents and businesses ensure that they secure their trash and food waste in closed waste containers.
Homeless beagle gets permanent home — and a job — with local police
Police officials say Auggie has helped create comfort for officers and boost community policing
By Jimmie Brown pennlive.com
Harrisburg, Pa. — Susquehanna Township police officers start each shift with a roll call, where they go over the day’s agenda, share safety information, and maybe play a game a catch with the department’s newest member: Auggie.