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Capital Area Transit and rabbittransit Provide Free COVID – 19 Vaccination Transportation

Capital Area Transit and rabbittransit Provide Free COVID – 19 Vaccination Transportation Capital Area Transit (CAT) and rabbittransit are offering shared ride transportation service to any community member who needs transportation to and from their schedu led COVID – 19 vaccination appointment. As the COVID vaccine continues to become more available, CAT and rabbittransit are dedicated to ensuring that transportation is not a barrier in getting vaccinated and is ready to assist the community with transportation to reach their vaccine appointments. CAT and rabbittransit are offering FREE shared ride service for area residents for COVID vaccines. Advance reservations for transportation service are required. Residents will need to call CAT (Dauphin C ounty only) or rabbittransit no later than noon the business day prior to their appointment. CAT or rabbittransit staff will assist individuals in the reservation process. When scheduling a shared ride trip to a vaccination site, riders must have a confir med COVID – 19 appointment at the location they are requesting transportation. If you are in need of transportation to a COVID vaccination site in the rabbittransit service area, contact the rabbittransit Call Center at 1 – 800 – 632 – 9063. For Dauphin County res idents, call the CAT Customer Service Center at 717 – 238 – 8304. rabbit transit , a regional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Franklin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union and York Counties. More than 8,000 people depend on rabbit transit each day to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life – sustaining activities. rabbit transit is dedicated to helping all residents in the regi on get to where they want to go. Capital Area Transit (CAT), a multi – jurisdictional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of the City of Harrisburg, Cumberland and Dauphin County. Providing nearly 2 ,000,000 trips a year, riders depend on CAT each year to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life – sustaining activities. CAT is dedicated to helping all residents in the region get to where they want to go.

 

Trash Collection This Week (2-22-2021)

Republic Services of York is going to be closed on Monday due to the storm. This means we’ll be running a 1 day delay all week, much like a holiday week.  Monday on Tuesday, Tuesday on Wednesday, Wednesday on Thursday, Thursday on Friday and Friday on Saturday. 

 

Recycling Information for Residents

Please use this link to the Republic Services Recycling web page where residents can type in their address to find out what is recyclable in their area – https://www.republicservices.com/recycling?tab=local .  This way if the hauling company makes any changes, you will still have access to the most current information.

 

Electronics Recycling

For information on electronics recycling, please visit this website:  http://www.ycswa.com/recycling/recycle-electronics/.

 

Trash Receptacle

If you are in need of a new trash receptacle, you may get one by contacting Andy Warntz, Republic Services, at 717-779-2546.

 

Note from Eastern York Co. EMA

Eastern York Co. Emergency Management Agency

Any Hellam Township, Hallam Borough, Lower Windsor Township, Wrightsville Borough, Yorkana Borough, or East Prospect Borough resident who feels they may need additional assistance in an emergency situation should, register with Eastern York Co. Emergency Management Agency. This is a free and voluntary program; all information is secure and confidential. The registry form is on www.hellamtownship.com website under the Eastern York Co. Emergency Management tab or stop in at your municipal office to pick a form up. The information collected will be maintained by the Eastern York Co. Emergency Management Agency and may be shared with first responders, such as fire, police, and EMS departments.

Additional assistance includes, but is not limited to individuals with or without:

  • Mobility difficulties
  • Intellectual or developmental disabilities
  • Sight or hearing impairments
  • Special medical equipment
  • Reliable or consistent form of transportation
  • Access to emergency information via TV, radio, internet

 

If you have any questions regarding this form, contact Chris Eaton, Emergency Management Coordinator at  Eycema.deputy@gmail.com; 717-968-7014

 

 

2020 Borough Council Meeting Dates

January 6

February 3

March 2

April 6

May 4

June 1

July 6

August 3

September 8

October 5

November 2

December 7

 

Some Reminders:

 

Sidewalks must be shoveled within 24 hours after the snowfall.

Abandoned cars are not to be kept on your property.

Obey rules for open burning.

See our section on ordinances for more information.  If you do not see the ordinance listed, it will be added soon.