Eldred Township

Lycoming County, Pennsylvania


Supervisor's meeting Thursday, May 21, 2020

The Eldred Township Supervisor's meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 21, 2020 will be held via Freeconferncecall.com at 7:00 p.m.

 If you would like to access the meeting, please call Eldred Township at 570-435-2606 to obtain the call in number and access code. If there are any questions you would like to be addressed at the meeting, please email them to the township at eldredtwp@verizon.net by 6:30 p.m. on May 21, 2020.  Your questions will be answered in the order they are received. 


Free Firewood

The firewood is free and available to residents within Eldred Township.  Interested? Contact Supervisor Mark Ranck 570-337-9798. Interested persons will need to cut and load the wood.


Eldred Township Office - COVID-19

Effective April 7, 2020

Until further notice to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and to comply with SOCIAL DISTANCING Eldred Twp. Office is CLOSED. Township business will ONLY be conducted by: Phone 570-435-2606 ;  Email: eldredtwp@verizon.net ;  Fax: 570-435-2649

Documents can be dropped into the black mailbox just outside our office door.

Office hours:  Tuesday's 10:00 am - 2:00 pm    Thursday's  10:00 am - 2:00 pm

URGENT Twp. business: Contact Supervisor Cody Hoover 570-506-3586



Construction Code Enforcement
Services | Piatt Township
The ordinances of the Township have never been codified.  We are now working on a codification of the legislation of the Township.
Please contact Eldred Township Supervisor's office with any questions about the ordinances. 
2020 Pumping Permits

Notices have been mailed to the 2020 pumping group. Permits can be picked up during office hours or mailed upon request. Reminder:  Permits are required for every pumping.  The Township has approved pumpers to pump and inspect your tank.  Please contact our office to obtain the list of those approved pumpers.


Sewage Enforcement

The Township's SEO oversees the permitting and construction of on-lot sewage systems.  This includes issuing permits, perc testing, design layout, DEP planning modules, subdivisions, and land development.  For information and permits contact Jami Nolan at 570-435-3633.



2020 Eldred Township Proposed Budget

The proposed budget for Eldred Township, Lycoming County for the year 2020 is available for inspection at the Township Office,

5558 Warrensville Road Montoursville, PA 17754 during regular business hours (Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 am - 2:00 pm) or by appointment by calling 570-435-2606.


DEP well water testing/ sampling kits for those affected from the flood.

Lycoming County Dept. of Public Safety and the Lycoming County Conservation District are working jointly to assist with the distribution of DEP well water testing/ sampling kits for those affected from the flood.  The public may pick up a kit  Monday- Friday 8:30-4:30 @ Lysock Complex 542 County Farm Rd. Montoursville, PA or call (570)-433-3003. 


Individual Property Flood Damage Assessment



Go to: Individual Assistance Damage Assessment  tab

Swimming pool

Just a reminder that all swimming pools including Intex pools/blue pool  require a permit.  Please contact Code Inspections (570)547-2821.

Supervisors Meeting
1st Wed. & 3rd Thurs. Monthly, 7:00p.m. at Eldred Twp Fire Co. Bldg, 5556 Warrensville Road, Montoursville, PA 17754 read more ...
Planning Commission
Meeting 3rd Wednesday of every month, 7:00p.m. at Eldred Twp Fire Co. Bldg. Warrensville read more ...

Welcome to Eldred Township, Lycoming County, PA

Eldred Township is one of the smallest townships in Lycoming County and it is rich in history. The township was carved out of Hepburn Township in 1858 by order of the court and contained rolling hills with many fine farms. The 2000 census reported the population to be 2,178. The unincorporated village of Warrensville lies nestled on a narrow plain between two fertile hills and is a “cross-roads town” with roads leading from it in many directions. Traveling east is Loyalsockville, formally called Slabtown, southeast is Montoursville, formally called Teatown, west is the unincorporated village of Balls Mills in Hepburn Township and south is Loyalsock Township.