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Main Office Closed from 4/22 – 4/25

Main Office Closed from 4/22 – 4/25

Main Office will be closed from Monday, April 23 to Wednesday, April 25, as the Township Secretary will be attending this years PSATS Convention in Hershey.  The Zoning and Sewage Departments will be working on their regular schedule of Monday and Wednesdays from 8:00am to 12:00pm.     … Read entire post »

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Phone Service Has Been Restored

Verizon has fixed the problem and Shohola Township is back up and running.  We thank you all for your patience as we struggled through the last 14 days without phone service. … Read entire post »

Phones still out!!

Due to the two major snow storms of March 2nd and March 7th the Township Building has lost phone services due to a downed telephone pole on Twin Lakes.  Verizon advised that the service may not be back until the March 23rd.  If you need to contact the Main Office please email us at shohtwp@ptd.net.   If you wish to contact the Police Department please email shohpd@ptd.net.   For emergencies please call 911. Thank you for your continued patience as we recovery from the storm. … Read entire post »

Board of Supervisors Meeting Resechedule

The Shohola Township Board of Supervisors will be conducting a Special Meeting at the Shohola Municipal Building located at 159 Twin Lakes Road, Shohola, PA, on Thursday, March 15, 2018, at 6:30pm to address agenda items for the regularly scheduled meeting of March 8, 2018 which was cancelled due to weather, as well as any other matters that may come before the Board.   … Read entire post »

Township Building Still without phones 3/12/2018

We are still without phone service so please email the office at shohtwp@ptd.net. … Read entire post »

Route 434 Single Lane Closure on March 28, 2018

Please be advised that SR 434 in Shohola Township will be down to single lane traffic starting on March 28, 2018 until approximately September 26, 2018 for the purpose of repairing a slope failure.  This single lane will be controlled by actuated temporary traffic signals.  The length of this lane closure will be approximately 750 feet.  Below is a map showing the location of the work to be performed.     … Read entire post »