Welcome to South Middleton Township
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we can use this site to better serve our residents.
Recent Legal Notices
Right To Know
Heroin and Prescription Drug Abuse Town Hall Meeting
Click here to view the Press Release
Bubbler Foundation Festival
Please see this poster to learn more about the free event which includes food and music at South Middleton Park immediately preceding
the fireworks at the Boiling Springs High School on September 4th.
Proposed Plans for Boiling Springs Sidewalk and Street Calming Plan
At the Board of Supervisors' March 26 meeting, First Capital Engineering presented its proposal for improving pedestrian safety and vehicle access in the village of Boiling Springs.
Please click the link below to review the proposal. The study was supported by a Regional Connections grant provided by the Tri-County Regional Planning Commission.
Road Department Street Sweeping & Brush/Leaf Pickup Schedule
The following is a tentative schedule for Road Department Street Sweeping, Brush, and Leaf Pickups for this year.
Road Department Cleanup Schedules
New Township Map
All residents should have received the new Township Map.
Please note that there was a printing error on the Voter Registration & Polling locations map.
The colored precincts for Otterbein UMC Church and Community Christian Fellowship are reversed on the map.
If you reside in the blue shaded precinct,
your polling location is the Otterbeing UMC Church, and if you reside in the pink shaded precinct, your polling location is the Community Christian Fellowship building.
You may also call the Township at 717-258-5324 or the Cumberland County Bureau of Elections at 717-240-6385 to verify your polling location. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Please click here for the Voter Polling Location map on our website which lists the correct locations.
Please click to here to view the budget.
South Middleton Township enacts Local Services Tax
Please click to here to read the information on the Ordinance and Tax.
effective Jan 1, 2016.
Attention All Building Permit Applicants
Any building plan that has electrical work must be submitted to Middle Department Inspection Agency for electrical approval before submission to the South Middleton Township Building Department.
Middle Department will accept plans at the counter, or you can mail them to their office. Plans must be accompanied by a completed South Middleton Township building permit application.
This change includes both Commercial and Residential plans.
Effective June 1st, 2015
South Middleton Township will no longer accept plans that have not been pre-approved by Middle Department Inspection Agency (MDIA).
Middle Department Inspection Agency Inc. is located at 3901 Hartzdale Drive, Suite 112, Camp Hill, PA 17011. Phone (717) 761-5340 Fax (717) 761-5590.
When you pick up your approved electrical plans from MDIA you will pay MDIA directly for any fees owed to them. South Middleton Township will continue to issue the building permit.
Due to customer complaints about turnaround time on electrical reviews the Township is taking these steps to hopefully shorten the overall review time.
Now the customer can work directly with MDIA to get the correct information needed to complete their electrical review without passing information and plans through South Middleton Township.
At various times of the year, the Township needs volunteers to serve in different positions. Appointments to boards and commissions are typically made at the annual Reorganization meeting
(the first Monday of the year after January 1st) and to fill terms when the appointee resigns.
There are also less formal volunteer tasks that are needed throughout the year.
If you are interested in volunteering for any particular position or just volunteering in general, please send a letter of interest to the Township or contact the Township office.
We can direct you through the process and try to fit your abilities and interests to openings we might have.
Spring Meadows Master Plan
Parks and Recreation Online Program Registration
Click on this link to register online
for Parks and Recreation Programs.
Please take time to click on the picture below. On it you will find the wide variety of materials that can be recycled. All items which contain the recycling triangle with the numbers 1-7 in it
are recyclable. Efforts made to recycle as much of these items as possible will not only keep our community clean, but will also facilitate opportunities for grant funding from the State
to continue to operate the Municipal Compost Facility. Click on this link to see a PDF of this information.
The Township will review and investigate all alleged violations of our ordinances or codes as long as the individual providing the report provides his/her name, address, and phone number.
This information is required by us so that we can follow up on the matter, if necessary..
Elected Tax Collector
Tax Collector Office Hours and Contact.
Tax Collector (Fire Tax)
Office location is in the South Middleton Township Municipal Building
South Middleton Tax Collector,
P.O. Box 40
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
Voice and Fax (717) 258-0127
Checks should be made payable to
South Middleton Tax Collector
Township Trash & Recycling Contract
The Township's Trash/Recycling contract with Advanced Disposal requires adherence to an operational collection time of between 5 AM and 6 PM. Exceptions to this may be approved
if requested due to weather conditions, holidays, or other reasons deemed appropriate.
Please contact the Township office at 258-5324 if you experience problems with Advanced Disposal.
All Businesses in Township required to Recycle
This is a friendly reminder that all businesses in the Township are required to recycle according to Ordinance 09-10. While businesses are not included in the residential waste hauler/recycling contract,
the ordinance still requires all commercial businesses to recycle. Please refer to Article II, Section 1-B, or see below.
B. Commercial, Municipal, or Institutional Establishments and Community Activities
On or after March 1, 2010, it shall be mandatory for all persons who are owners,
lessees and occupants of commercial, municipal or institutional establishments, and for
community activities within the Township of South Middleton, to separate and store
recyclable materials and solid waste and provide for the proper disposal and/or
recycling of said materials in accordance with the methods provided by this Ordinance
1. To be recycled:
(1) High-grade office paper;
(2) Aluminum cans;
(3) Corrugated cardboard;
(5) Glossy Paper, and
2. To be disposed of by licensed collector or contractors;
(1) All solid waste, as defined by this Ordinance.
3. To be disposed of by Township or designated Township Collector(s):
(1) Leaf Waste.
Covered Device Recycling Act
To learn more, click on this link.
Mulch is now available at the Compost Site while supplies last.
CENTAX Press Release
Please open this PDF to read the latest on the CENTAX status of claims and distributions.
Notice to all South Middleton Employers and Residents
Use the following information for Earned Income Tax inquiries beginning the 2012 tax year.
Cumberland County Tax Bureau
21 Waterford Drive, Suite 201
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050
Phone: (717) 590-7997
Fax: (717) 590-7998
Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:00 - 4:30
Please also note that the Township's former Earned Income Tax Collector, CENTAX, is now in the control of its bonding company, Travelers Insurance. Travelers is continuing the operations
of CENTAX, including processing claims and returns. Additional information will be provided when it is known.
Cumberland County Tax Mapper
Click Tax Mapper to be redirected to the County's newly updated Tax Parcel Web Mapper.
Cumberland County Department of Public Safety Press Release on South Central Alert
The South Central Task Force (SCTF) and Cumberland County Department of Public Safety (DPS) are encouraging those who live and/or work in Cumberland County to register
with the SCTF's new mass public notification system South Central Alert. This system will be utilized by emergency managers in the county to alert citizens of urgent situations
such as evacuation notices and instructions, shelter in place notifications or boil water advisories.
Registering is easy and can be done so by visiting this site. Individuals may also register by contacting Cumberland County DPS via email
at SCAlert@ccpa.net or by phone at 717-218-2913. Cumberland County DPS can provide brochures for dissemination as well as a brief presentation for municipal entities and community groups.
If you are interested in one or both of these options please contact the DPS office via the previously mentioned email address or phone number at your earliest convenience to set something up.
Click on the picture to view the registration form.
South Middleton Township 200th Birthday Celebration
Click on this link to learn more.
Our Bicentennial Memorabilia is still available.
Purchase your items at the Township office or any of the celebration events.
Coins - $5.00
Pins - $3.00
Window Decal - $1.00
Buy the coin and pin, receive the decal free!
Visit South Middleton Township's Facebook page.
Click on this link.
Humane Society Announcement
Please note that the West Shore Shelter of the Humane Society has closed. If you need to contact the Humane Society,
please contact their Harrisburg office at (717) 564-3320.
Humane Society Donation List
Click here to view a list of items that can be donated to the Humane Society.
Red Tank Road Railroad Crossing
If a train is blocking the railroad crossing, the procedure is to call
Norfolk Southern, and the dispatcher will have the train move.
There is a sign at each crossing with a phone number, the crossing number, and location.
To report a stalled train on the tracks for this particular crossing, you should call:
1-877-201-4265 and report a stalled train at Crossing #592302K, Location: Red Tank
Our address is
520 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
Our office hours are
7:30 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday through Friday.
Our phone number is
Our fax number is
2016 Holiday Schedule
New Year's Day - January 1
Good Friday - March 25
Memorial Day - May 30
Independence Day - July 4
Labor Day - September 5
Veteran's Day - November 11
Thanksgiving Day - November 24
Friday After Thanksgiving - November 25
1/2 Day Christmas Eve - December 23
Christmas Day - December 26 (observed)
1/2 Day New Year's Eve Day - December 30 (observed)
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