Advanced Disposal Holiday Schedule


Trash collection routes normally picked up on Thursday and Friday will be delayed one day this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. Please remember to set out trash and recycling the night before the collection day as most routes are serviced in the early morning hours. If you have any questions concerning your route or service, please call us at (717) 776-7665.

Pennsylvania Yellow Dot Program

Yellow Dot

Yellow Dot LogoThis program assists citizens in the “golden hour” of emergency care following a traffic crash when they may not be able to communicate their needs themselves. Placing a Yellow Dot decal in your vehicle’s rear window alerts first responders to check your glove compartment for vital information to ensure you receive the medical attention you need.

The program is a cooperative effort between PennDOT, the state departments of Health and Aging, the Pennsylvania State Police, the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission, first responders, and local law enforcement.

 How Can Citizens Participate?

Citizens can either stop by the North Newton Township office at 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg to pick up a Yellow Dot kit, or complete a participation form online to have PennDOT mail them a Yellow Dot kit. Upon receipt, participants should complete the information section, which includes emergency contact information, medical history, medications, allergies, and doctors. A photo (showing only the head and shoulders) is then taped to the appropriate location inside the booklet. The kit should then be placed in the vehicle’s glove compartment. The Yellow Dot decal is placed in the lower left corner of the participant’s rear windshield, no higher than 3 inches from the bottom.

For large quantities, please contact the PennDOT Sales Store at: or 717-787-6746. Due to the large volume of kit requests, please allow a few weeks for delivery. All requests are given priority based on availability of supplies.

Legal Notice – Proposed Ordinance


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors of North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, intends to consider for adoption and to vote upon enactment of an Ordinance entitled hereinafter at a public hearing to be held Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. at the Township Park Community Room, 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg. In the event action is not taken at the aforesaid time, the Board may take action and vote upon said ordinance at another public meeting not less than seven (7) nor more than sixty (60) days following the publication of this notice in the Newville Valley Times-Star.


WHEREAS, the Municipal Claims and Tax Liens Act, 53 P.S. § 7101 et seq. authorizes the addition of interest, costs, charges, expenses and fees, including but not limited to reasonable attorney fees, to the total payable with respect to a municipal claim/lien; and

WHEREAS, the North Newton Township Board of Supervisors, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, deem it to be in the best interest and general welfare of the citizens and residents of North Newton Township (the “Township”) to add interest, costs, charges, expenses, and fees in accordance with the Municipal Claims and Tax Liens Act with respect to municipal claims and liens.

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED AND ORDAINED by the Board of Supervisors of North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, and it is enacted and ordained as follows:

SECTION 1:   The Code of the Township of North Newton (the “Code”) is amended by adding a Chapter 194, entitled “Municipal Claims and Liens”, and a Section 194-1, entitled “Collection of Claims”, to read as follows:

194-1. Collection of Claims. In the collection of municipal claims and assessments as provided for and defined in the Municipal Claims and Tax Liens Act, 53 P.S. § 7101 et. seq., North Newton Township may assess costs and expenses to the property owner as provided for therein. North Newton Township shall assess interest from the date an invoice is due for service or work giving rise to the municipal claim at the rate of six (6%) percent per annum. In the event the property owner fails to remit said costs and expenses to the Township, said costs and expenses as well as attorney’s fees and court costs shall be collected from such property owner by filing a municipal claim/lien therefor and by an action of assumpsit. Interest on the municipal claim/lien shall be collectible at the rate of ten (10%) percent per annum from the date of the filing of the municipal claim/lien. North Newton Township shall assess reasonable attorney’s fees incurred in the collection of municipal claims in addition to the other collection fees, penalties, and expenses in accordance with the Ordinances of North Newton Township and the Municipal Claims and Tax Liens Act.

SECTION 2:   Repealer. All provisions of previous ordinances of North Newton Township, which are contrary to this ordinance, are expressly repealed.

SECTION 3:   Savings Clause. In all other respects, the ordinances of North Newton Township shall remain as previously enacted and ordained.

SECTION 4:   Severability. The provisions of this Ordinance are severable and if any of its sections, clauses or sentences shall be held illegal, invalid or unconstitutional, such provision shall not affect or impair any remaining sections, clauses or sentences of the same.

SECTION 5: Effective Date. This Ordinance shall become effective upon adoption.

ENACTED AND ORDAINED this ____ day of ______________, 2018, by the Supervisors of North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

2019 Proposed Budget


Notice is hereby given that the 2019 budget for North Newton Township, Cumberland County, has been tentatively adopted. It is displayed and available for public inspection at the Administrative Office, 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg, PA during the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Friday. The proposed 2019 budget may also be viewed online by clicking here.

Final adoption of the 2019 budget is scheduled for the Tuesday, December 4, 2018 6:30 p.m. meeting of the North Newton Township Board of Supervisors. The meeting will be held at the Township Park Community Room, 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg.

Bonnie L. Myers
Township Secretary

Advanced Disposal Recycling Update

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Advanced Disposal has made a change to their recycling guidelines. Due to recycling restrictions beyond their control, glass will no longer be accepted with your weekly recycling. In addition to glass, the following items are still unable to be recycled. Please throw them out with your regular trash.

  • Styrofoam
  • Rubber hoses or tubing
  • Take Out Food Containers (Styrofoam or plastic)
  • Pizza Boxes
  • Plastic grocery bags

Notices of non-compliance will be given for the first several weeks before loads will be rejected. Advanced Disposal will try to be as lenient as possible before they begin to reject.

To help you better understand the recycling crisis, please click here to read an article posted on the Cumberland County website focusing on the recycling challenges being faced by U.S. communities. Click here for a list of what can be recycled.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Cumberland County Electronics Recycling Center is Now Open

 Cumberland County Electronics Recycling Center
Is Now Open

Cumberland County has established an Electronics Recycling Center at 1001 Claremont Road, Carlisle. The cash fee for all accepted electronics is $0.50/pound. There will be a 1.5% convenience fee for debit card users and a 2.5% convenience fee for credit card users. The minimum debit and credit card convenience fee is $2.50. Sorry, checks are not accepted. The fee offsets the County’s costs for collecting, packaging, loading, shipping and recycling electronics and does not generate a profit. Anyone, regardless of place of residence, is able to use the recycling center assuming fees are paid in full.


For more information and to read answers to frequently asked questions, please click here. If you have additional questions regarding the recycling facility, please contact the County’s Recycling and Waste Authority at 717-240-6489.