Current News Aug 31, 2017
International Overdose Awareness Day is a global campaign that works towards preventing overdose, reducing the stigma associated with it, and providing support to families and loved ones of overdose victims.
Visit www.overdoseday.com for more information on the …Read more
Current News Jul 24, 2017
The Township of Derry is pleased to invite the community to the Hershey Area All Things Diversity Sessions for 2017-2018. The educational sessions are organized by the Township, Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, The Hershey Company and …Read more
Current News Jul 13, 2017
An Emergency Planning brochure for the Three Mile Island area has been created to provide instructions on what to do prior to and during an emergency. Residents are asked to review the brochure on how to be prepared, emergency supplies, …Read more
Current News Apr 28, 2017
The Derry Township Board of Supervisors unanimously passed Resolution 1510 – Commitment to Equity and Inclusion at its meeting on Tuesday, April 25.
The resolution recognizes the values of inclusion and equality for all residents and visitors in the Township …Read more
Current News Apr 25, 2017
Derry Township received an award Monday, April 24 at the 95th Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors (PSATS) Conference held in Hershey for the Park Boulevard Bridge Project. PSATS sponsors the statewide Road and Bridge Safety Improvement Contest each year …Read more
Current News Feb 24, 2017
Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners (PWKP) held an informational meeting this week on plans for the Laudermilch Road Bridge to be replaced as part of PennDOT’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project. The Laudermilch Road bridge was built in 1917 is deteriorating and …Read more
Current News Feb 10, 2017
Kitten season has started early this year due to warmer weather this season, and Derry Township Community Cats invites you to help prevent the birth of unwanted outdoor kittens and improve the health of cats living outdoors by getting cats …Read more
Current News Jan 19, 2017
The Downtown Hershey Association was recognized by the Dauphin County Commissioners and Dauphin County Planning Commission with a Premier Project Award for the implementation of “Downtown Hershey: A Continued Plan for Revitalization.”
The Premier Project Award is intended “to acknowledge …Read more
Current News Jan 10, 2017
Derry Township received two awards in the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisor’s (PSATS) 49th Annual Township Citizen Communication Contest. The annual contest recognizes townships that have successfully communicated news, services, and events to its citizens.
Derry received first place …Read more
Current News Nov 03, 2016
Local, County, and State officials gathered with local stakeholders for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on November 2, 2016 to celebrate the successful completion of the Park Boulevard relocation project.
The project included replacing a 60-year old, structurally deficient bridge, and relocating …Read more
Current News Jul 27, 2016
Adolescents in Derry Township will be rewarded by the Derry Township Police Department when they are observed doing the right thing around the community. Officer Andrew Herr recommended the program to Chief Garth Warner. He said, “The goal of this …Read more
Current News Jul 11, 2016
The Derry Township Recycling Center will no longer accept electronics due to an inability to dispose of these items.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has advised that electronic waste can be taken to the Dauphin County Recycle Center located …Read more
Current News Jan 22, 2015
Downtown Hershey Association Completes Master Plan for Revitalization
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Current News Nov 25, 2014
The Hershey Volunteer Fire Company Kicks of Their Capital Campaign Chairman of the Board of Supervisors and long-time fire fighter John Foley speaks at the press conference held on November 24th. Press Release…Read more
Current News Jun 23, 2014
The Trap/Neuter/Release Program volunteers trap cats to be spayed/neutered, provide vaccines and other medical care and three days of convalescence before returning the cats to their original location.
TNR programs prevent the pregnancies that cause colonies to grow and are …Read more