As part of the national effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the Commissioners of Lower Allen Township have elected to close the Township Municipal Services Center (MSC) and Public Works office for a period of two weeks, beginning Monday March 16th. The situation will be monitored, and the closure may be extended as necessary.
On 8/29/19, at just after 5pm, Lower Allen PD was dispatched to the area of Highland Elementary School for a male acting suspicious and in possession of a gun. Officers encountered the subject, a 14 year old juvenile, who was playing “army” with plastic toy guns. The public was in not in danger at any time during this incident, and this appears to be isolated event. The juvenile is being questioned with a parent. As of this writing, no charging decisions have been made.
Today is the first day of school for the West Shore School District. Please be careful to obey all traffic laws regarding school buses, pedestrians, and crosswalks. Let's work together to make this a safe year for our kids!
There was a bear sighting in the area of Christian Life Assembly this morning. The best advice we can give is to leave it alone! He’s likely been roaming far and wide throughout the area and is best left to do so! Keep your pic-a-nic baskets well-guarded, though!
This message is from LA Alerts. To ensure timely notifications like these, please go to the Township’s website to sign up: As many of you are aware the Yellow Breeches has a flood warning in effect until tomorrow afternoon. The following roadways have water on them and Public Works has put up barricades as needed: Creekwood Drive Sheepford Road at the 1700 block and at the creek bridge. Gettysburg Road in front of Dairy Farmers. Per the National Weather Service - The Yellow Breeches Creek will crest near 8.8 feet by this afternoon.