Townships were the brainchild of Thomas Jefferson. Andrew Jackson?s philosophy of direct democracy further shaped the township government structure that survives and thrives today.
Townships embody the values of "grassroots government." In townships, citizens contribute their talents, skills and ideas to preserve the quality of life and to deliver important programs and services.
Township officials live in the communities they serve and stay in touch with ever changing needs. Limited by law in the amount of taxes they can levy, township officials are creative in delivering quality services with the least possible burden to taxpayers.
Efficient. Effective. Accountable. Accessible.
Hanover's Right-to-Know Procedures
Resolution 2009-1 sets forth Hanover Township?s Right-to-Know Policy for requesting and processing public records requests in accordance with Pennsylvania?s Right-To-Know Law, Act 3 of 2008. Questions regarding this policy should be directed to the Open Records Officer, Hanover Township, at (724) 947-9109.
All requests for review and/or duplication of public records shall be submitted to the Township in writing. Use the Township?s printable Public Records Review/Duplication Request form, or the State Office of Open Records request form at http://openrecords.state.pa.us/
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Old computers and monitors disposal
Residents looking for a means of recycling their old computers and monitors are now able to dispose of them responsibly on a year round program being offered by Goodwill Industries in a cooperative effort with Dell Computers. This program can keep these items out of the landfills thus saving landfill space, eliminates harmful contaminents from our environment, and recycles internal parts and components. Interested? Log on to www.reconnectpartnership.com to locate the most convenient drop-off Goodwill location.
To summarize the impact on the “typical” taxpayer as a result of the 2012 budget projections, the taxpayer will realize no net change to the real estate tax. The Township Tax rate will not increase.
2000 CENSUS LINK
Hanover township 2795 in 2000
Population in 1990 2883
Property Taxes are based on the assessed value of your property.
County 24.9 mills School 114 mills Township 4 mills
WAGE TAX COLLECTOR
546 Wendel Road | Irwin PA 15642 | 724.978.0300
Copies of the budget are available at the Municipal Building.
Other Pennsylvania Taxes
*Cigarette Tax is 31 cents per pack, which is included in the price of cigarettes.
*Gasoline (Fuel) Tax
40.7 cents per gallon on gasoline and 51 cents on diesal fuel ,not counting the federal 18.4-cent bite
and is included in the price charged at the pump.
2014 Liquid Fuels and Fuels Tax Rates
The following rates are effective Jan. 1, 2014 and apply to tax periods through calendar year 2014. The tax rates will be indicated on future Motor Fuel Tax Reports issued by the Department.
*Realty Transfer Tax is collected by Pennsylvania counties at the rate of 1% on the monetary worth of the real estate.
*Local Gasoline Prices
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enter your zip code to locate the best gas prices in your area.
History of Hanover Township Washington County,
Hanover Fire Hall 724-729-3929
Call Before You Dig, 3 Working Days notice Is The Law http://www.paonecall.org/
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