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Frequently Asked Questions

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See below for answers to a list of our most frequently asked questions. For additional questions, feel free to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.

1042 Horseshoe Pike
Lebanon, PA 17042

Phone: 717-867-2846


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Q: How do I contact the police department? 

If you have a true emergency, please dial 911.  


The South Annville Township Police Dept. is comprised of two full-time officers. The Annville Township Police Department along with the Pennsylvania State Police cover all shifts not covered by the township force. Please note that an on-duty officer can be reached 24/7 by calling the Lebanon County Police Dispatcher. 

Lebanon Country Police Dispatcher: 717-272-2054

South Annville Township Police Department:


1042 Horseshoe Pike

Lebanon, PA 17042

Chief: Ben Sutcliffe

Sergeant: Charles Beard

Q: How do I report an issue regarding roads? 

The Public Works Department handles township issues such as road repairs, storm water & drainage, snow removal & road treatment, and road signs. This department is also responsible for removal of any road debris (tree limbs, etc). Overall, the department is responsible for approximately 70 miles of roads and streets in the township.

Should you ever notice a problem that needs to be addressed by the Public Works Department, please report it directly to the South Annville Township Office at


The Public Works Department is subcontracted and is advertised for bid bi-annually. Currently, Kreider Brothers Road Maintenance is the approved contractor for South Annville.

Q: How do I obtain a recycling container? 

A recycling container is provided free of charge to any township resident.  Please call the Township Office at 717-867-2846, if you are interested in obtaining one.

Q: Where are the appoved locations for the Medicine Take Back Program? 

Click here to view the list of Public Controlled Substance Disposal Locations for the Medicine Take Back Program.

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