The Township offers this page to inform residents how they can help control the amount of chemicals, debris and other pollutants that flow from their driveways and lawns into the storm sewer system. By practicing healthy household habits, howeowners can keep common pollutants off the ground and out of stormwater. Please click on the link below for the "Rain Drain Brochure" to see what some of these habits are.
Polluted runoff is the nation's greatest threat to clean water. By adopting some of these habits, we can help protect our water.
Stormwater Meeting May 20th Stormwater Meeting
The York County Conservation District is pleased to announce a new funding opportunity for farmers and private land owners in York County, Pennsylvania. For more information, visit www.yorkccd.org Watersheds/Exelon or call (717) 840-7430 to speak with Mark Flaharty or Gary Peacock. You may click on the following link to obtain Guidelines or an Application.
Storm Water Information
Please click on the following links for Construction Runoff, Construction Reporting, an Illicit Discharge Complaint Reporting Form and the "When It Rains, It Drains" Brochure. The Homeowner's Guide will help you develop your own stormwater management plan.
If you notice stormwater that is cloudy/dirty that originated from an active earth disturbance, please call York County Conservation District at (717) 840-7430.
Due to DEP requirements, Newberry Township must ensure that pollution is not entering its storm sewer system. If you observe dumping, spills or illicit discharge into our system, please call the Township at (717) 938-6992 to report your concern.
Watershed Alliance of York:
PA Department of Environmental Protection Agency's MS4 website:
US Environmental Protection Agency's MS4 Wesbite:
PA Cleanways: www.pacleanways.org