Police Alerts

Summer is in full swing. Annville Township Police want to remind motorists to slow down and use caution when driving in Annville.

Thanks to the Annville Township Public Works Department the major crosswalks on Route 422 (Main Street) have been repainted for maximum visibility. We have also painted the stop bars and turn arrows at the square in Annville, the in...
tersection of Route 422 (Main Street) and Route 934 (White Oak Street). Motorists are reminded to stop and yield to pedestrians in the crosswalks and observe posted speed limits. The Police Department will continue to conduct speed enforcement and monitoring & enforcement of crosswalks.

It is also critical that all traffic approaching the square stop at the marked stop bars, especially the left turn lanes. Traffic stopped past the stop bars causes significant traffic delays and safety issues when trucks and large vehicles turn in the intersection.

We welcome everyone to stop in Annville and explore what our small town has to offer, but please drive carefully and safely.

View the ABC 27 News feature here.

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OR CALL COUNTY DISPATCH AT 717-272-2054.

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Established 1913:  CELEBRATING 100 YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY!

We trust that this webpage will help us "Serve & Protect" the citizens with information on how we operate, safety tips and other important information.

Please feel free to contact the Annville Township Police Department if you have any problems or concerns.  The office is located in the Town Hall at 36 North Lancaster Street.  You may send mail to our Post Office Box 178, Annville, PA 17003.  Our phone number is 717-867-2711, send a FAX to 717-867-7525 or correspond via e-mail to the following address:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

nixle is a community alert program designed to inform residents via e-mail or text messages about happenings in the Township that could affect them.  To learn more about nixle visit the website or sign up for the FREE program using the nixle button on this page.  Nixle alerts also appear on the Department's Facebook page.