Warrington Township
York County, Pennsylvania

Warrington Township Municipal Building
3345 Rosstown Road, Wellsville, PA 17365

Office hours:  9:00 AM – 5:00 PM Monday through Friday
1st and 3rd Wednesday each month:  6:00 – 8:00 PM
Phone:  (717)432-9082 or (800)-900-9082
FAX:  (717)432-7238
email:  office@warringtontwp.org


Met-Ed Planned Interruption – Warrington Township

This is an informational email only, being sent to Warrington Twp and York County EMA Officials.    

Met-Ed will have a planned power outage on Wednesday, May 6th between 8:45AM and 9:30AM in Warrington Township that will last approximately 15 minutes. The outage, which is necessary in order to safely replace a pole that was broken in a recent car accident, will impact roughly 190 Warrington Township Met-Ed customers in the vicinity of Poplar Rd, Robson Rd, Mt Zion Rd, Old Mountain Rd, Garrett Rd, Fickes Rd, Ridge Rd, Willow Rd, Quarry Rd, and Yeager Rd. No county or municipal accounts will be impacted by this outage.

In the event of an emergency or inclement weather the planned outage will be rescheduled for Thursday, May 7th during the same time period. All impacted customers will receive a phone notification alerting them of this planned interruption.

We recognize that even a brief interruption during the COVID-19 pandemic will disrupt many who are working and schooling from home. Thank you for your patience and understanding while we perform this work in order to avoid a longer unplanned outage. In order to minimize everybody’s exposure to COVID-19, please remember to stay back a minimum of 30 feet from any utility crews while they are working.


Gov. Wolf Calls for Universal Masking
Masks Can Help Stop COVID-19 Spread

Harrisburg, PA – During a COVID-19 press briefing today Governor Tom Wolf recommended that all Pennsylvanians wear a mask any time they leave their homes for life-sustaining reasons. As COVID-19 cases steadily rise in the state, Gov. Wolf stressed the need to intensify all measures to help stop the spread of the virus.

“Two days ago, I amplified our social distancing efforts by instituting a statewide stay-at-home order, and today I am asking all Pennsylvanians to wear a mask any time they leave their houses,” Gov. Wolf said. “Masks help prevent people from sharing illnesses. But, they don’t do a great job at keeping people from getting sick; and, they’re not foolproof, so it is critical that our first act is to ask ourselves if we really need to leave our house. If we don’t really, truly need to leave, then we shouldn’t.”

“Staying home is the most effective way to protect yourself and others against COVID-19,” Sec. of Health Dr. Rachel Levine said. “But, if you must go out because you are out of food or medication, then wearing a mask, or even a bandana across your nose and mouth, could be an extra layer of protection.

“You don’t need a surgical mask – we need those for our health care workers and first responders. We have guidance on universal masking on our website, including instructions on how to make your own mask using materials you have at home.”

As of midnight, Pennsylvania’s COVID-19 cases stand at 8,420 in 63 counties with 102 deaths. Gov. Wolf’s statewide stay-at-home order asks Pennsylvanians in all 67 counties to not leave their homes unless it’s for life-sustaining reasons. Today, he asked that wearing a mask during those life-sustaining trips becomes the norm.

“Wearing a mask will help us cut down the possibility that we might be infecting an innocent bystander, like the grocery store cashier, the pharmacist, or someone stocking shelves,” Gov. Wolf said. “These people are keeping us alive by getting us the supplies we need. We owe it to them to do everything we can to keep them safe. Right now, that means wearing a mask.”

For the most up-to-date information on COVID-19, Pennsylvanians should visit: https://www.pa.gov/guides/responding-to-covid-19/.

Understanding the Difference Mask Types

Homemade Mask Fact Sheet 

Homemade Mask Guidance 

How to Make a Mask 



The York County Elections office is encouraging citizens to vote-by-mail to help alleviate concerns about polling places, workers, etc. during this COVID-19 crisis. Here is an application for mail-in ballot. Mail In Ballot Application


Below is an updated septic pumper/hauler list as of July 2019.



Penn Waste released a new educational video on “tanglers” and how they affect their equipment. Please take some time to watch the video.


The following trash service items are available in the Township Office:

  •      Orange Pay per Bag trash bags are $7.00 each
  •       33 gallon recycle cans are $4.00 each



It is suggested to call first to make sure hours have not changed at the location of your choice.

(As of July 12, 2018)