Welcome to West Donegal Township

Settled in 1719 and incorporated in 1838, West Donegal Township is named after County Donegal in Ireland. Located west and south of Elizabethtown, in Lancaster County, West Donegal Township comprises an area of 15.6 square miles in land size. For more information about the Township click here.

PUBLIC MEETING YOUTUBE LIVESTREAM

There will be a Board of Supervisors Workshop on January 25th. We hope we will be able to return in-person attendance by the general public at that time. Please continue to follow our web site and Facebook page for future updates.

The general public will be able to view the meeting via a live stream to our YouTube channel. Questions and comments may be submitted via email or the YouTube chat feature and will be responded to within 24 hours of the meeting.

Here is the link to our YouTube channel where you can find the livestream for the Township's public meetings.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFhVjRk_OhOJA8XPz0vpg4A

Agendas for the meetings can be found here.

Medication Disposal Box

West Donegal Township now has a Safe Medication Disposal box in the lobby where residents may dispose of expired and unused prescription drugs and over the counter medications. This box is secure and will be emptied as needed by the police department who will make sure the drugs are disposed of in the proper way.

Any prescription medications and over the counter medications will be accepted. Illegal drugs, needles, lotions or liquids, inhalers, aerosol cans, thermometers and hydrogen peroxide will not be accepted. Labels should be removed from all prescription bottles before bringing them in.

ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE

The one-way exit spur from Maytown Road to West Ridge Road has been closed until further notice. This has been done to address a safety concern at this intersection. On the morning of December 4th, two vehicles were observed ignoring the DO NOT ENTER signage at the intersection of West Ridge Road & Municipal Drive, entering the spur against the flow of traffic, exiting on to Maytown Road and in both cases nearly causing accidents on Maytown Road. This is not the first time we have observed this type of illegal traffic movement. The frequency of these occurrences has increased in recent months. The spur will remain closed while we consider our options for improving the safety of this intersection.