Financials – insert budgets and audit reports


All Township offices will be closed on the following holidays:

  • New Year’s Day – January 3rd
  • Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday – Jan 17th
  • Good Friday – April 15th
  • Memorial Day May 30th
  • Independence Day – July 4th
  • Labor Day – Sept. 5th
  • Columbus Day – Oct. 10th
  • General Election – Nov. 8th
  • Thanksgiving Day – Nov. 24th
  • Day after Thanksgiving – Nov. 25th
  • Monday after Thanksgiving – Nov. 28th
  • Christmas Eve Day – Dec. 24th
  • Christmas Day – Dec. 25th


Taxes in Millcreek Township

Below is a listing of taxes for Millcreek Township and their current rates:

  • REAL ESTATE – 1.33 mills
  • STREET LIGHT TAX – $.63 per front footage of property. Assessment of tax depends upon the location of your property and location of the street lights.
  • HYDRANT TAX – .05 mills Assessment of tax is based upon your real estate assessment and location of your property.
  • PER CAPITA TAX – $5.00 per person over 18 living with Millcreek Township
  • LST Tax – $52 for all people working within the Township earning > $12,000 annually.

All tax questions can be answered by our local elected Tax Collector Wendy Hertzog – (610)589-2483

LST tax questions – Township Secretary (610)589-4750



  • May 17th – Primary Election Day
  • Nov 8th – Election Day

Millcreek Township has one polling location:

Living Stones Christian Fellowship, 229 E. Main St. Newmanstown

Registration and mail-in/absentee ballot information can be obtained at:

Lebanon County Voter’s Registration Office
Bureau of Elections and Voter Registration
Room 209, Municipal Building
400 South 8th Street
Lebanon, PA 17042-6794

Phone Number:                              Fax Number:                        General E-mail:
(717) 228-4428                                 (717) 675-2​669           


There are currently three full-time employees in our highway department: They are;

  • Ryan Risser, Road Foreman
  • John Tschudy
  • Tyler Shanaman
  • As well as several part-time employees as needed.

Employees are required by law to have a class B CDL license and are subject to random drug and alcohol testing.  Employees are responsible for maintaining the maintenance of township roads, including drainage systems, traffic control signs and markings, removal and control of snow and ice, and the maintenance and repair of motorized equipment, as well as some property maintenance.

During the year you will see the guys working throughout the township as we maintain our 36.85 miles of township roads.  We ask for your patience when traveling through any work zone area, like you, they too want to return home to their families at the end of the day!


Look here for any upcoming projects.


As we approach the winter season, our road crew has begun preparations for the possible impending snow and ice that winter brings.  Please remember our policies remain the same: Plowing – priority one roads first and all other roads as time and conditions permit.  However, if an emergency situation occurs, the Lebanon Co. dispatch can alert the road crews, and we will do everything in our power to assist the fire company or ambulance in getting to your area as quickly as possible. If you live in the village of Newmanstown or Newburg Village Development and have available off-street parking, the road department would suggest that during a snowstorm you park your vehicles and any recreational vehicles off-street, allowing them to plow closer to the curbs.  This will allow safer and more convenient parking along the streets after the snow has ended.

Priority 1 Roads: A) State Rd. 2021 from intersection with State Rd. 2015 & PA Route 897; B) State Rd. 2015 from intersection with PA Route 419 & continuing into Kleinfeltersville; C) State Rd. 2023 from intersection of PA Route 419 & S. Sheridan Rd. to the end of State Rd. 632 S. Mountain Rd.; D) T610 (Richland Rd.); E) T362 (Stricklerstown Rd.; F) All snow emergency routes. 

Snow Emergency Routes – Main St., Sheridan Rd., Memorial Blvd., Parish Ave., and all streets in Newburg Village are posted as snow emergency routes.  Please try to remove vehicles as soon as possible when a snow emergency is declared. It is very important to have vehicles removed from Snow Emergency routes so that the state and township road crews may do their jobs more quickly and efficiently. Vehicles not removed may be subject to a fine, and may be towed at your expense.  TV stations Fox 43, WGAL 8, CBS 21, and ABC 27 are notified when a snow emergency is declared and should be monitored during any winter storm.

Sidewalksa pathway of not less than 30″ must be cleared within 24 hours after the end of a winter storm.  If you or one of your neighbors leave the township for the winter or are physically unable to clear your sidewalks please make arrangements to have them cleared for you by someone reliable.

Fire hydrants may not be covered with snow or ice, nor may any snow or ice removed from sidewalks or driveways be placed on the street or roadway.  This action could result in fines.

Please also remember, snow plow drivers do not intentionally push snow into your driveways after you’ve cleared it, but the snow will obviously go back into any available openings in the path of the plow.  It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure the roadways are as safe as possible.

We thank you for your continued patience and cooperation during the upcoming winter season!

PennDot Roadways

  • Route 419 – (East & West Main St.) to the township lines
  • North Sheridan Rd. (SR 2019)
  • South Sheridan Rd. (SR 2023)
  • Furnace Rd. (SR 2014)
  • Race Rd. (SR2012)
  • North Millbach Rd. (SR 2017)
  • South Millbach Rd. (SR 2015)
  • Reistville Rd. ( SR 2004)
  • Weavertown Rd. (SR 2011)
  • Rod & Gun Rd. (SR 2021) between S. Millbach & Stricklerstown Rd)
  • Stricklerstown Rd. (SR 2021) (between Rod & Gun Rd. to the township line)

Please contact Penn Dot at (717) 450 – 2223 if you have any concerns regarding these specific streets or 1-800-FIXROAD.


Newmanstown Volunteer Fire Co. is a 100% volunteer organization serving Millcreek Township and surrounding communities.

Volunteers Needed

Dedicated individuals are always needed in a variety of capacities.  If interested stop in at the firehouse, 20 S. Sheridan Rd. or call (610)589-5900. For more information, please click the link below.

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Newmanstown Ambulance Corps provides 24-hour emergency medical services and ambulance service for Millcreek Township and surrounding areas. Newmanstown Ambulance Corps is part of and housed at the Newmanstown Volunteer Fire Company and is 100% Volunteer.  If you have any questions, please contact them directly.

When to call the ambulance:  still working on this


*Noel K. Hertzog Memorial Park (formerly White Swan)
6 N. Sheridan Rd., Newmanstown

*Newburg Village Recreation Area
104 Avenue “A”, Newmanstown


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