Full service municipal government, with public safety, public works, parks and recreation and other municipal services and responsibilities.
Incorporated in 1891 and named after William Penn's grandson Springett, the township is a suburban community of nearly 27,000 residents in Southcentral Pennsylvania, near the manufacturing hub of the City of York, Pennsylvania.
Springettsbury Township is a 2nd Class Pennsylvania township that occupies 16.3 square miles with over 95 miles of roads, including major thoroughfares US 30 and I-83. It is a major manufacturing, warehousing and shipping hub with over 1,200 operating businesses. The total assessed value of all properties in the township is in excess of $1.6 billion. There are more than 9,450 residential housing units in the township, whose average household income exceeds $59,600.