West Manheim Township is located in the south west corner of York County Pennsylvania, nestled against the famous Mason-Dixon border. Ourgrowing community of approximately 8,000 residents was founded in the mid-1700's and officially established as a township by the Commonwealth in 1854. Originally comprised of Pennsylvania Dutch family farms, the area is now growing into a diverse community of quiet, residential neighborhoods, recreational areas, and burgeoning commercial interests. This page has been established to help those interested in learning more about West Manheim Township, as well as to provide information and resources for our residents. For information not found on this page, please contact the Township Office at 2412 Baltimore Pike, Hanover, PA 17331 or phone (717-632-0320) Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm or Fax (717-632-2499) or through the township contact form located here.
PennDot Bureau of Planning & Research will be collecting traffic data on municipally owned roads within West Manheim Township. The data collected is reported annually to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The data submitted to FHWA is used in federal funding allocation formula, which in turn determines the amount of money the state receives from Federal Government. The traffic counters are not being set for any road project or speed trap. Below you will find the locations to be set in West Manheim Township between March 2017 and June 2017.
Hobart Road between Hoffacker Road & Municipal Line
Fuhrman Mill Road between Pleasant Hill Road & Oakwood Drive
Impounding Dam Road between Sunset Drive & Shorbs Hill Road
Grand Valley Road between Raubenstine Road & Leppo Mill Road
Oakwood Drive between Fuhrman Mill Road & Valley View Road
El Vista Drive between St Rene Lane & Christians Drive
If you should have any questions or concerns about the traffic data collections, please contact the Traffic Analysts Southcentral & Southeastern Regional Office: Caitlyn Light – 717-214-2997 or firstname.lastname@example.org.