Upcoming Events
Township Office Hours
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - Noon


Board of Supervisors Monthly Meeting October 28, 2019
7:30 p.m. at the Township Building


Planning Commission Meeting October 17, 2019
7:30 p.m. at the Township Building



Apple Cider Festival at H.M. Levitz Memorial Park

Sunday, October 13, 2019 11:00am - 4:00pm. 28 Park Drive, Grantville. Off Route 443.

Over 20 Crafters & Vendors. Biggest Pumpkin Contest, Wagon Rides, Barrel Train Rides, face painting, pig roast, apple dumplings, bake sale, apple cider, Grange Pie Auction, Grange pie baking contest, Music by DJ Rich, Schnader's Concessions, Sycamore Springs Orchard. Fun for the whole family!!! Donation $2 per car. 

Grange Pie Baking contest: 9" or larger Apple or Pumpkin only - Deadline 1:00 pm. Winning pies will be announced and sold at 2:30 pm.

For more info.....call 717-865-4938




Handicap Walking Trail installed at H. M. Levitz Memorial Park!

A new handicap walking trail has been completed around the pond at H.M. Levitz Memorial Park by Team Lewis Landscaping, Grantville. 

Two Eagle Scout projects include a new bird blind that is under construction and soon work will begin on another trail on the other side of the Omni Stone Trail. 





Fort Indiantown Gap Detour

The United States Department of Defense is requiring the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs to restrict public access to Fort Indiantown Gap. Part of this process requires the installation of access control points on the east and west boundaries of Fort Indiantown Gap on Fisher Road.

Department of Military and Veterans Affairs anticipates construction of the East Access Control Point to begin around July 1, 2019.  The construction of this Access Control Point will be located west of the intersection of Fisher Avenue and Quartermaster Road. The construction project will require the detour of traffic around Fort Indiantown Gap using Quartermaster Road and Biddle Drive.The detour will remain in place until construction of East Access Control Point is complete.Construction of the West Access Control point is tentatively scheduled to begin in Fall, 2019.




Census 2020 Facts

The U. S. government uses population numbers to distribute nearly $26.8 billion to Pennsylvania annually to fund programs that are critical to our communities'health and well-being. That amounts to more than $2,000 per citizen!! Ensuring our state receives these valuable dollars it is due is yet another reason to make sure everyone is counted in the 2020 Census!




Levitz Park Firewood Available

H.M. Levitz Memorial Park is offering firewood. Donations are accepted per truck load. Please sign a Firewood Release and Waiver form which is located under the Online Form section.  For more information, call Ross at 717-865-4938.




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History

East Hanover Township, Lebanon County has a population of 2,801 people, as of the 2010 Census. Located in the northwestern part of Lebanon County, in southcentral Pennsylvania, East Hanover is a primarily rural, agricultural community with scattered low density residential development. The Township was incorporated in 1813 when Lebanon County was separated from Dauphin County. East Hanover Township was divided between the two counties and the remaining townships of the County were subsequently formed.


The Township stretches over 33.9 square miles, including significant acreage in State and Federal Lands. Located within northwestern Lebanon County, the Township borders on Dauphin County. The City of Lebanon is a ten (10) mile drive south from Ono. The Harrisburg metropolitan area is directly west of East Hanover Township.

This fertile valley is bordered on the northwest by the Blue Mountain (the Kittatinny Ridge) and on the southeast, in the Lebanon County area, by the South Mountains. The winding Swatara Creek delineates almost all the southern border of East Hanover Township. The land south of Blue Mountain is gently rolling and traversed by several streams that area tributaries of the Swatara. The northern part of the Township extends over the Blue Mountain. Beyond the ridge of this mountain lies a large part of the Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation

East Hanover Township is a Township of the Second Class, governed by an elected three-member Board of Supervisors. Township meetings are the last Monday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Township Municipal Building. The Township Office is open 8am-Noon Monday-Friday.