A motorist reported, that on June 7, 2021 at 11:00 PM, noticing a tire in the road blocking traffic on a side street / alley in Annville Township. When the driver went to get out of the car to move the item, another vehicle pulled up close to the motorist. The motorist closed the car door and quickly exited the area. Items in the roadway could be used as diversionary tactics to force a motorist to stop.
We encourage citizens to be aware of their surroundings and do not hesitate to call 9-1-1 when there is any indication of danger or suspicious activity.
9/11/2020, 10:00 AM - A female walking on the first block of West Sheridan Avenue was the victim of an assault. The suspect is a white male in his twenties. He was wearing long red shorts, a plain white t-shirt, and has brown hair.
He fled in a dark grey Mazda hatchback heading south on Route 934. Anyone with information please contact Annville Township Police. Call 911 or (717) 272-2054.
Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services has created a dedicated website for COVID-19. This website will provide the public with real-time information in the areas of public facing businesses, extended care facilities, schools, and faith-based organizations
In 2018 Annville Township received a grant from PA Department of Transportation to install Rapid Flashing Beacons at several Crosswalks in Annville. We have completed the process of obtaining permits to install the warning lights on Route 422 and Route 934 in Annville to increase pedestrian safety. We are happy to announce that thanks to our Public Works Department, the first warning signal has been installed on West Main Street (Route 422) at Lancaster Street and is operational.
Oh behalf of Annville Township we wanted to provide the community with some information about the Coronavirus. Annville Township Emergency Responders, Township Officials and the Emgergency Management Team are continually monitoring information from State and Federal agencies regarding this outbreak. Below are links with information to help educate and prepare the community for an emergency.