The Linglestown American Legion, Post 272, is sponsoring the 99th Annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday May 28, 2018.  The public is cordially invited to participate in this tribute to our fallen comrades.

           The Parade will begin promptly at 1 PM.  The staging area will be the Linglestown Fire Department Parking Lot and will proceed on Route 39 through the Linglestown, turning on Balthaser Street and ending at Koons Park.
The Reviewing Stand and Guest Speaker remarks will be in the vicinity of the Linglestown Square.  

            At the end of the parade, an Honor Guard will conduct the annual tribute to all veterans who have made the supreme sacrifice, so we as American Citizens, can enjoy the life and liberties that our country provides us. 
The Honor Guard will lay a wreath and ceremony at the Koon’s Park Memorial Veterans Memorial. 

Let's get ready to run!
On Saturday, July 14th, the 5th Annual Arts & Parks Red Hot 5k will take place at the Friendship Center.
Don't miss it!

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Did you miss a meeting? Want to catch up on the latest news from theTownship Supervisors Meetings? 
You can now watch videos of past Supervisors meetings on our website. 


Waste Management, as part of the solid waste and recyclables collection program, collects leaf waste at curbside 19 weeks per year. This service includes unlimited materials two times per month, beginning the week of April 8th this year.

Residents who purchase a Permit may also deliver leaf waste to Compost Facility on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays of each week from 7:30 A.M. until 5:00 P.M.

The Compost Facility is open starting Tuesday, April 3rd.


The Planning Commission is working on a new Comprehensive Plan, which recommends Township’s policies to manage growth and development for the next 15 years. The Plan will include recommendations for changes to the Township’s development regulations.
In addition to land use and housing matters, the Plan will address natural features, transportation, community, facilities and services, as well as implementation.
To view the draft Comprehensive Plan, and learn more about plan preparation and public comment, click on Draft Comprehensive Plan in the Featured Township Links in the lefthand column below.



Lower Paxton Township will be an open, vibrant, and progressive municipality working within the bounds of available resources,
providing the best quality of life for a growing community and to be a recognized leader in central Pennsylvania.


To achieve our vision, Lower Paxton Township will work to meet and exceed the needs of a growing Township in a cost efficient manner.


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