York Haven is a borough in York County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 709 at the 2010 census. The borough is the home of the Brunner Island coal-fired electrical generation plant, located on the Susquehanna River on Wago Road and operated by PPL. According to the United States Census Bureau, the borough has a total area of 0.3 square miles (0.78 km2), of which 0.04 square miles (0.10 km2) of it, or 5.88%, is water. Read More….
External Links of Interest
Lower Susquehanna River
York County Conservation District
Northeastern Community Senior Center
PROPERTY OWNERS, LANDLORDS, HOTEL OWNERS, PLEASE TURN INTO THE BOROUGH SECRETARY THE NAMES OF ALL YOUR TENANTS 18 & older. This must be done within 14 days of your tenants changing residence according to Ordinance 2009-5. A P.O. Box is required for the Tax Collector.
Trash: All Property Owners and Landlords, please inform your tenants of the information below: As of January 1, 2017, Penn Waste will be the borough’s new refuse collector for the next 3 years. Please refer to your flyer from Penn Waste for information. Ordinance 2014-3 Amending 2008-4 “The Refuse Collection Ordinance” Only Trash Generated at Property Location May Be Put Out to Curb. Please visit Penn Waste for more information regarding trash restrictions, services and other trash pickup related information.
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FIREWORKS – York Haven Borough follows Pennsylvania State Law Act 43 of 2017 Section 2404 (b) Prohibitions (1) Consumer fireworks on public or private property without the express permission of the owner. (5) Consumer fireworks may not intentionally ignite or discharge within 150 feet of an occupied structure.
Stormwater/Drainage: York Haven Borough is classified as an MS4 Community by the State. An MS4 Permit regulates the discharge of stormwater from the Borough to neighboring streams. As a resident, you can help the Borough and the environment in the following ways:
# Please do not dump yard or pet waste in streams, ditches, or storm drains. #
Do not dump or pour oil, antifreeze and other hydrocarbons around your property or in the storm drain. # Dry out your latex paint to dispose of it. # If treating your lawn, please use the correct rate of fertilizer.
Construction: If your doing any type of construction to the outside of your home (windows, deck, roofing, driveways, walks, swimming pools, and *landscaping please contact the Borough office to acquire your permits. *Note New Stormwater Ordinance requirements.
Burning: Please check Ordinance 2009-3 Burning Ordinance restrictions before doing any burning in the Borough.
All snow/ice must be removed from sidewalks 24 hours after the last snowfall. For any Snow Emergency please WATCH WGAL TV-8.
Our Animal Control: Klugh Animal Control Services (717) 916-1413 & (717) 542-3047 As per Ordinance 2003-4 it is unlawful to permit any dog, cat, or any other animal to run at large in the Borough. All animals listed above must be on a leash or contained on the owner’s property.
York Haven Borough Government Positions
Mayor: Christine Ebersole
President: Bryan Householder
Vice-President: Joell Fry
Secretary/Treasurer: Pamela Billet
York Haven Borough Office
Two N Pennsylvania Ave.
York Haven, PA 17370
Phone: (717) 266-7261
FAX: (717) 266-9429
Borough Office Hours: 9 am – 1 pm, Monday – Friday
Summer Hours: By Appointment (717) 266-7261
York Haven Borough Council Meeting Dates for 2023
January 2, February 6, March 6, April 3, May 1, June 5, July 3, August 27, September 5* (TUESDAY), October 2, November 6, and December 4.
All Meetings start at 7:00 pm. (calendar)
Trash-Trash pick-up day is on Monday. When holidays fall on Monday, trash collection will occur the following Tuesday.(calendar)
Engineer: C.S. Davidson, Inc.-Derek Rinaldo
Solicitor: CGA Law Firm- Evan Gable
Fire Chief: Mark Sanders
Fire Company: Susquehanna Fire Company (717) 384-6778
Ordinance Officer: Tim O’Sheehan
Animal Control: Klugh Animal Control Services
(717) 916-1413 & (717) 542-3047
Police Department: Newberry Township
Tax Collector: Sheila Eisele (717) 938-0237
Office hours Tues, Wed, & Thur 4:45 pm – 7:45 pm
2985 Old Trail Road York Haven, PA
Trash Fee Collector: Pamela Billet (717) 266-7261
Library: Ramona Krout & Cindy Owad
EMA: Constable: Carletta Korte
York Haven Sewer Authority
Certain items should never be put down the drains or flushed in the toilet. Placing these items down the drain or flushing them in the toilet can cause your pipes to back up or cause issues at the sewer plant, potentially causing expensive repairs and/or maintenance, which could ultimately be reflected in your quarterly bill rate. The following items should never be put down the drains or flushed down the toilet:
- Diapers and baby wipes, even those labeled “flushable”
- Tampons and sanitary pads, personal care wipes
- Cleaning/disinfecting wipes and disposable toilet brushes
- Paper towels
- “Disposable” contact lenses
- Cigarette butts
- Dental floss and toothpicks
- Cat litter or animal waste
- Toys, or anything made of plastic, including plastic coffee stirrers
- Fats, oils, greases
Vice-President: Charles Whitehead
Recording Secretary: Desiree Boorujy
Treasurer: Open Position
Plant Operator: Peter Nestlerode
York Haven Sewer Authority: Desiree Boorujy (717)-900-1807
e-mail: YHSewer@gmail.comSewer Authority meetings: (calendar)
5:00 pm on the 1st Monday of the month. When a holiday occurs on the 1st Monday, the meeting will be held the following Monday.Mailing Address:
York Haven Sewer Authority
2 N. Front Street
PO Box 394
York Haven, PA 17370Phone number: 717-900-1807Email: YHSewer@gmail.com (use email for a quicker response)Billing information:Rates: Rates are subject to change.
The residential rate is 125.00/quarter.
The commercial rate is $220.00/quarter.
The commercial metered rate is $6.06 per 1000 gallons. Payments should be mailed to:
York Haven Sewer Authority
PO Box 394
York Haven, PA 17370LATE PAYMENT PENALTY: A 10% PENALTY is imposed on current quarterly charges which are not paid on or before the due date.Property owners are required to contact York Haven Sewer Authority when any change of ownership or address occurs.
Billing will be sent directly to the property owners. Tenants cannot be billed.
Delinquent Customers may have a lien placed against their property as well as be subject to water shut off and additional charges. The authority may proceed with Sheriff’s sale.
York Adams Tax Bureau
INFORMATION FOR ADAMS OR YORK COUNTY RESIDENTS
1405 N. Duke Street, POB 15627
York, PA 17405-0156
Phone (717) 845-1584
Fax (717) 854-6376
240 West Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Phone (717) 334-4000
Fax (717) 337-2565
New Resident Message.
Greetings! Whether you have recently moved to the area from out-of-state, or if you have resided in Pennsylvania all your life, it is important for you to understand Pennsylvania local taxes that may impact you.
In Pennsylvania, in addition to the state personal income tax collected by the PA Department of Revenue, municipalities, school districts, and the county may each levy several different types of taxes. These may include the following:
Real Estate Tax – levied by the county, school district, and municipality on real estate owned within their jurisdictions. Each taxing authority will levy a different millage rate, and bills are mailed in the spring for county and municipal tax and in the summer for school district tax. This tax may or may not be paid through your mortgage company. Your municipality has a locally elected real estate tax collector who will collect this tax.
Earned Income Tax – levied by the municipality and school district where you reside. It is a tax on gross wages and net profits. Tax rates are 1% or higher depending on the school district where you live, and the tax is shared between the municipality and school district. If you work within Pennsylvania, your employer is required to withhold the tax and remit it to the collector where the employer is located. The York Adams Tax Bureau collects the tax for most of York and all of Adams Counties. If you are self-employed or work out-of-state, you are required to make estimated quarterly payments of the tax due. An annual Individual Earned Income Tax Return must be filed with the YATB by April 15 following the end of the tax year. A return must be filed even if you had no earned income. Only permanently retired or disabled individuals are exempt from filing.
Local Services Tax – levied by some municipalities where you work. It is an occupational privilege tax of a maximum of $52.00 per year, withheld by your employer at no more than $1.00 per week. YATB is the LST collector for certain municipalities in York and Adams Counties. In other cases, the locally elected tax collector has been appointed to collect the tax. Low-income exemptions may apply.
Per Capita Tax – This is an annual head tax of $5.00 or $10.00 levied by some municipalities and school districts. It is collected by your locally elected tax collector. YATB collects delinquent per capita tax for some municipalities and school districts in York and Adams Counties.
Other Taxes – Depending on where you live, you may also pay a street light tax, a fire hydrant tax, an occupational assessment tax, or some other special taxes. Check with your municipal office regarding these taxes.
The York Adams Tax Bureau is the appointed collector of Earned Income Tax (EIT) for the following school districts:
Bermudian Springs School District
Gettysburg Area School District
Conewago Valley School District
Littlestown Area School District
Fairfield Area School District
Upper Adams School District
Dallastown Area School District
South Western School District
Dover Area School District
Southern York Co. School District
Eastern York School District
Spring Grove Area School District
Hanover Public School District
West York Area School District
Northern York School District
School District of the City of York
Northeastern School District
York Suburban School District
Red Lion Area School District
Individual Annual Earned Income Tax forms and payments may be filed online at www.palite.org. Additional forms and information may be found at www.yatb.com.
All residents of the above districts who are not permanently retired or disabled must file an earned income tax return with the York Adams Tax Bureau by April 15 of each year, even if they had no earned income. Earned income tax (EIT) is a tax on gross wages and net profits and is levied by the municipality and school district where you reside.
Individuals who are self-employed or whose employers do not withhold the tax are required to make estimated quarterly payments of the tax due. (Due dates: April 30, July 30, Oct. 30, and Jan. 30.) Quarterly return forms may be found at www.yatb.com.