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Enter noise into the search bar after clicking the button below for rules regulating activities between 10:00 pm and 6:00 am. If you have any questions, please contact the Silver Spring Township Police Department.
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Except for campfires and approved bonfires, burning is only allowed in association with agricultural uses on properties of 10 acres or larger. For more information click this link:
The Townshipdoes have ordinances regulating animal control and noise issues. Please click this link for more information:
Click the below link to learn more about curfews for persons under the age of 18. If you have any questions, please contact the Silver Spring Township Police Department.
The Township passed Ordinance 2017-03 on May 10, 2017, creating acceptable practices for keeping selected livestock (including chickens) on land zoned Residential. Please click the button above and search for the topic.
You can also trap the cat yourself and contact local animal rescue organizations (i.e., Find Toby in PA findtobypa.org or Nobody's Cats Foundation nobodyscats.org.)
If the cat doesn't appear to be feral, you can file a found report with the Humane Society of Harrisburg, contact a local cat rescue, or have a vet scan for a microchip (free of charge).
Click the link below to learn more about vegetation (grass or weeds):
The Township allows for the offering of goods, wares, services, or merchandise by visitation to private residences. Solicitors must obtain a soliciting permit (fee required) before doing business. Click the link below for rules and specifications governing this permit. An application must be completed along with a background check before a permit is issued. This process takes approximately three weeks. The permit is non-transferable and is valid for up to three months. Ask solicitors to see their permit. If they do not have one, please contact the Silver Spring Police Department at 717-697-0607.