- It is unlawful for any person to permit any animal
to run at large upon any public thoroughfare, upon any public
ground, or to ran at large on any private property, other than
that of its' owner.
It is further unlawful to permit any animal on Township park
property. Owners are responsible for immediately removing and
properly disposing of all animal excreta from any public property
or any private property. Stray animals should be safely contained,
if possible, until contacting the township for advice on animal
pick-up or drop-off by the Township's designated organization.
Please contact the Township Office for imformation
concerning animal control services - 610-264-1069.
- Regulations and restrictions are designed for
the safety and protection of the public.The
township has become aware of residents parking in the wrong
direction on the Township streets. Such conduct creates safety
issues for other motorists & pedestrians.
Should this conduct continue, in addition to contacting the State Police at 610.861.2026,
to have violators ticketed, the Township may be forced to enact appropriate legislation
to enable the Township to prosecute violators.
- Chapter 10, Part 1 of the Statutory Code of Hanover
Township prohibits any person owning or holding any real estate
within the Township to permit obnoxious weeds or other vegetation,
grasses, etc., to grow thereon to the height of 8 inches on
a lot within 150 feet of any building on such lot and otherwise
15 inches in height. Person found in violation of this Article
are guilty of a summary offense carrying fines up to $300.00.
COSTS YOU - The Township Council has issued a call
for citizenry support in curbing and, hopefully, eliminating
the costly theft and disfigurement of street signs and other
The Council emphasizes this form of vandalism and maliciousness
is costing tax dollars to replace and repair vandalized property,
which monies could be utilized elsewhere. The Township asks
that they be supplied with information that will lead to the
arrest of all violators.