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1 CHAPTER 9 COMMUNITY FACILITIES, SERVICES & UTILITIES A wide variety of community facilities and services are provided to Dauphin County residents, including educational, health, recreational, and emergency. Factors influencing the need for and the provision of these services are dependent upon the density of development, the composition and distribution of the residential population, and the financial resources and ability of the municipalities to support the range of facilities that are needed. The adequacy and availability of these facilities and services are a reflection on the quality, convenience, and general character of as a place to work and live. EDUCATION FACILITIES Public Primary and Secondary Education The public is dependent on the municipalities and the educational system s ability to work together to continually assess the effect of growth patterns on the adequacy of the educational system. The effects of declining or increasing school age populations may have a dramatic impact on the provision of services and the capacity of existing facilities. DAUPHIN SCHOOL DISTRICTS Central Dauphin School District Derry Township School District Halifax School District Harrisburg School District Lower Dauphin School District Middletown School District Millersburg School District Steelton-Highspire School District Susquehanna School District Upper Dauphin School District Ten school districts serve (Map 9-1). In the academic year, the total enrollment for all the school districts equaled 38,356 students (Table 9-1), down 955 from the 1995/1996 school year. It should be noted, however, that some students attend schools outside : Reed Twp. (Susquenita School District - Perry County) Rush Twp. (Williams Valley School District - Schuylkill County) Wiconisco Twp. (Williams Valley School District - Schuylkill County) Williams Twp (Williams Valley School District - Schuylkill County) Williamstown Boro. (Williams Valley School District - Schuylkill County) Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-1

2 NORTHUMBERLAND MIFFLIN PILLOW 225 BERRYSBURG LYKENS GRATZ SCHUYLKILL UPPER PAXTON WILLIAMS 25 WICONISCO WILLIAMSTOWN 209 LYKENS WASHINGTON MILLERSBURG 209 ELIZABETHVILLE JACKSON JEFFERSON PERRY HALIFAX HALIFAX WAYNE 325 RUSH REED MIDDLE PAXTON EAST HANOVER DAUPHIN 443 WEST HANOVER 81 LEBANON SUSQUEHANNA 39 CUMBERLAND LOWER PAXTON SOUTH HANOVER DERRY HARRISBURG PENBROOK PAXTANG 83 SWATARA 322 HUMMELSTOWN 322 LOWER SWATARA STEELTON 283 CONEWAGO HIGHSPIRE MIDDLETOWN SCHOOL LOCATION CENTRAL DAUPHIN SCHOOL DISTRICT DERRY TOWNSHIP SCHOOL DISTRICT ROYALTON LONDONDERRY LANCASTER HALIFAX SCHOOL DISTRICT HARRISBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT YORK LOWER DAUPHIN SCHOOL DISTRICT MIDDLETOWN SCHOOL DISTRICT SUSQUEHANNA SCHOOL DISTRICT MILLERSBURG SCHOOL DISTRICT STEELTON SCHOOL DISTRICT UPPER DAUPHIN SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL DISTRICT OUTSIDE OF DAUPHIN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 2008 TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION AND PLANNING COMMISSION MAKE NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE ACCURACY OF DATA REPRESENTED FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE DATA IS PROVIDED AS IS AND THE USER ASSUMES ALL RISK OF USE. MAP 9-1 SCHOOL DISTRICTS DAUPHIN, PENNSYLVANIA PREPARED BY TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION DATE: NOVEMBER 2003 SOURCE: PENN DOT& T.C.R.P.C mi

3 TABLE 9-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT School District Schools Enrollment CENTRAL DAUPHIN 9,206 10,495 10,995 11,004 11,003 Central Dauphin High School 1,954 1,528 1,762 1,757 1,709 Central Dauphin East High School 721 1,221 1,349 1,361 1,430 Central Dauphin East Jr. High School Linglestown Jr. High School Swatara Jr. High School Alternative Ed School Chamber Hill Elementary School Fishing Creek Elementary School Lawton Elementary School Linglestown Elementary School Middle Paxton Elementary School Mountain View Elementary School North Side Elementary School Paxtang Elementary School Paxtonia Elementary School Phillips Elementary School Rutherford Elementary School South Side Elementary School Tri-Community Elementary School West Hanover Elementary School DERRY TOWNSHIP 2,320 2,806 3,273 3,357 3,428 Hershey Senior High School ,031 1,091 Hershey Intermediate School Hershey Middle School Hershey Primary Elementary School HALIFAX AREA 1,353 1,300 1,323 1,247 1,239 Halifax Senior High School Halifax Area Middle School Enders-Fisherville Elementary School Halifax Area Elementary School HARRISBURG CITY 9,002 9,583 8,643 7,654 7,404 Harrisburg High School - John Harris Campus 2,057 1,852 1,744 1,747 1,626 Rowland Intermediate School Scott Intermediate School Wm. Penn Intermediate School Baton Felton Academy Ben Franklin Academic Prep. School Cameron Street Vocational Prep. School Camp Curtin Elementary School Downey Elementary School Foose Elementary School Hamilton Elementary School Lincoln Elementary School Marshall Elementary School Melrose Elementary School Riverside School Shimmell Elementary School Steele Elementary School Woodward Elementary School continued - Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-3

4 TABLE 9-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT ENROLLMENT (continued) School District Schools Enrollment LOWER DAUPHIN 3,385 3,755 3,901 3,900 3,943 Lower Dauphin Senior High 1,422 1,078 1,126 1,176 1,160 Lower Dauphin Middle School ,009 Conewago Elementary School East Hanover Elementary School Hummelstown Elementary School Londonderry Elementary School Nye Elementary Price Elementary South Hanover Elementary School MIDDLETOWN AREA 2,625 2,856 2,797 2,781 2,676 Middletown Area High School Feaser Middle School Demey Elementary School Fink Elementary School Kunkel Elementary School Mansberger Elementary School MILLERSBURG AREA 1,019 1, Millersburg Senior High School Millersburg Middle School Lenkerville Elementary School STEELTON-HIGHSPIRE 1,415 1,371 1,375 1,378 1,351 Steelton-Highspire High School Steelton-Highspire Elementary School SUSQUEHANNA TWP. 2,103 2,681 2,975 3,034 3,084 Susquehanna Twp. High School Susquehanna Twp. Middle School Herbert Hoover /Thomas Holtzman Elem Progress Elementary School Sara Lindemuth Elementary School UPPER DAUPHIN AREA 1,471 1,499 1,456 1,418 1,410 Upper Dauphin Area High School Upper Dauphin Area Middle School Upper Dauphin Area Elementary School Berrysburg Elementary School Elizabethville Elementary School Gratz Elementary School Lykens Elementary School OTHER AVTS - Dauphin Co AVTS - Harrisburg-Steelton-Highspire Full-Time Out-of-District Special Ed Intermediate Unit Ronald H. Brown Charter School Sylvan Heights Science Charter School TOTAL 35,844 39,311 39,209 38,782 38,356 Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education, Public School Enrollment Reports [Note: Enrollment projections beyond five years are subject to errors resulting from inconsistencies between actual and projected live births.]. Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-4

5 Enrollment projections (Table 9-2) are made by the Pennsylvania Department of Education. The Department s projections are based on the ages of current children within each of the districts and projected births. (Projections beyond five years are subject to inconsistencies due to differences between projected and actual live births.) Increases over the 2001/2002 academic year enrollment are only projected for the Millersburg Area and Upper Dauphin School Districts. All others are projected to decline. The Pennsylvania Department of Education only projects to the 2010/2011 school year. TABLE 9-2 PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS By PA DEPT. OF EDUCATION 2005/2006 & 2010/ /2002 Projected Enrollment School District Enrollment 2005/ /2011 Central Dauphin 11,003 10,799 10,568 Derry Twp. 3,428 2,591 2,258 Halifax Area 1,239 1, Harrisburg City 7,404 5,498 4,379 Middletown Area 3,943 3,810 3,687 Millersburg Area Steelton-Highspire 2,676 2,631 2,327 Susquehanna Twp. 3,084 1,263 1,176 Upper Dauphin 1,410 3,156 3,276 Out-of-County Susquenita School District (Perry Co.) n/a n/a n/a Reed Twp Williams Valley School District (Schuylkill Co.) n/a n/a n/a Rush Twp. Wiconisco Twp. Williams Twp. Williamstown Boro. Source: PA Dept. of Education A second method of projecting school enrollment has also been explored (Table 9-3). In this method, the number of students (public & private) per household, by school district, were determined for That number was applied to the projected number of dwelling units for the years 2005, 2010, 2015 and 2020 (based on maintaining 2000 vacancy rates). The results is the potential number of students (K-12) to live within a school district s boundaries. The total number of potential students is utilized, not knowing the future status of private schools. To more closely estimate potential public school enrollment, Table 9-4 performs a similar calculation, but uses as the base data only public school students per household. The results are presented in Chart 9-1. In both cases, increased enrollment is projected in all but the Harrisburg City and Steelton-Highspire school districts. DAUPHIN PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS (Tri-County Regional Planning Commission) PROJECTED ENROLLMENT School District Enrollment Central Dauphin 10,995 11,532 11,840 12,154 12,471 Derry Twp. 3,273 3,443 3,543 3,645 3,748 Halifax Area 1,323 1,388 1,427 1,466 1,505 Harrisburg City 8,643 8,313 8,252 8,190 8,127 Lower Dauphin 3,901 4,087 4,191 4,297 4,404 Middletown Area 2,797 2,886 2,942 2,998 3,055 Millersburg Area 982 1,013 1,031 1,050 1,068 Steelton-Highspire 1,375 1,359 1,357 1,355 1,352 Susquehanna Twp. 2,975 3,126 3,212 3,300 3,389 Upper Dauphin Area 1,456 1,488 1,510 1,531 1,554 Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-5

6 TABLE 9-3 K-12 TOTAL STUDENT PROJECTIONS BASED ON STUDENTS PER OCCUPIED HOUSEHOLD IN 2000 (Public, Private & Home Schooled) Enrollment Projected Additional Students (K-12) Based on Students Per Occupied Dwelling Unit in 2000 School District & Municipality K-12 (census) Projected Enrollment Central Dauphin 14, ,143 1,567 1,996 15,595 16,012 16,436 16,865 Dauphin Boro Lower Paxton Twp. 7, ,188 8,054 8,303 8,557 8,814 Middle Paxton Twp ,018 1,040 Paxtang Boro Penbrook Boro Swatara Twp. 4, ,366 4,474 4,584 4,694 West Hanover Twp. 1, ,255 1,286 1,318 1,351 Derry Twp. 3, ,056 4,174 4,293 4,415 Derry Twp. 3, ,056 4,174 4,293 4,415 Halifax Area 1, ,480 1,521 1,562 1,604 Halifax Boro Halifax Twp Jackson Twp Wayne Twp Harrisburg City 9, ,599 9,529 9,457 9,384 Harrisburg City 9, ,599 9,529 9,457 9,980 Lower Dauphin 4, ,748 4,869 4,992 5,117 Conewago Twp East Hanover Twp. 1, ,201 1,242 1,285 1,329 Hummelstown Boro Londonderry Twp ,036 1,063 1,091 1,118 South Hanover Twp. 1, ,131 1,160 1,191 1,222 Middletown Area 3, ,393 3,458 3,525 3,592 Lower Swatara Twp. 1, ,500 1,547 1,595 1,644 Middletown Boro. 1, ,707 1,724 1,742 1,760 Royalton Boro Millersburg Area 1, ,124 1,145 1,165 1,186 Millersburg Boro Upper Paxton Twp Steelton-Highspire 1, ,672 1,670 1,667 1,664 Highspire Boro Steelton Boro. 1, ,281 1,271 1,261 1,251 Susquehanna Twp. 3, ,763 3,867 3,972 4,079 Susquehanna Twp. 3, ,763 3,867 3,972 4,079 Upper Dauphin Area 1, ,575 1,598 1,620 1,645 Berrysburg Boro Elizabethville Boro Gratz Boro Jefferson Twp Lykens Boro Lykens Township Mifflin Twp Pillow Boro Washington Twp OUT OF Susquenity School District/Perry County Reed Twp Williams Valley Sch. Dist/Schuylkill Co Rush Twp Wiconisco Twp Williams Twp Williamstown Boro Source: U.S. Census; Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-6

7 TABLE 9-4 PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS - BASED ON STUDENTS PER PROJECTED HOUSEHOLDS School District & School Enrollment K-12 Enrollment Projected Additional Students (K-12) Based on Student Per Occupied DU in 2000 Projected Public School Enrollment Municipality K-12 (actual) Per Occupied DU Central Dauphin 10, ,159 1,476 11,532 11,840 12,154 12,471 Dauphin Boro. Lower Paxton Twp. Middle Paxton Twp. Paxtang Boro. Penbrook Boro. Swatara Twp. West Hanover Twp. Derry Twp. 3, ,443 3,543 3,645 3,748 Derry Twp. Halifax Area 1, ,388 1,427 1,466 1,505 Halifax Boro. Halifax Twp. Jackson Twp. Wayne Twp. Harrisburg City 8, ,313 8,252 8,190 8,127 Harrisburg City Lower Dauphin 3, ,087 4,191 4,297 4,404 Conewago Twp. East Hanover Twp. Hummelstown Boro. Londonderry Twp. South Hanover Twp. Middletown Area 2, ,886 2,942 2,998 3,055 Lower Swatara Twp. Middletown Boro. Royalton Boro. Millersburg Area ,013 1,031 1,050 1,068 Millersburg Boro. Upper Paxton Twp. Steelton-Highspire 1, ,359 1,357 1,355 1,352 Highspire Boro. Steelton Boro. Susquehanna Twp. 2, ,126 3,212 3,300 3,389 Susquehanna Twp. Upper Dauphin Area 1, ,488 1,510 1,531 1,554 Berrysburg Boro. Elizabethville Boro. Gratz Boro. Jefferson Twp. Lykens Boro. Lykens Township Mifflin Twp. Pillow Boro. Washington Twp. Source: PA Dept. of Education; Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-7

8 CHART 9-1 PUBLIC SCHOOL ENROLLMENT PROJECTIONS (Based on Students Per Projected Households) Public School Enrollment 14,000 12,000 Students 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 Central Dauphin School District Derry Twp. School District Halifax Area School District Harrisburg City School District Lower Dauphin School District Middletown Area School District Millersburg Area School District Steelton-Highspire School District Susquehanna Twp. School District Upper Dauphin School District 2, Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-8

9 Charter Schools In 1997 the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania adopted legislation to permit charter schools. These are defined as public schools that operate under a charter or contract between a public agency and groups of teachers, administrators, parents, and others who want to create another alternative to public education and a choice within the public school system. The schools are expected to produce agreed upon levels of student achievements within a certain period of time (usually three to five years) or the sponsors may end the charter. Sylvan Heights Science Charter School in Harrisburg opened for the 1999/2000 school year with 131 students. This charter school houses kindergarten through third grade. The 2000/2001 enrollment was 176 and 2001/2002 was 189. The Ronald H. Brown Charter School, also located in Harrisburg, opened in for the school year with 448 students. This charter school consists of kindergarten through sixth grade. The enrollment was 422. Vocational Education There are two vocational-technical schools in. The Harrisburg-Steelton-Highspire Technical School, supported by the Harrisburg City and Steelton-Highspire school districts began in the mid 1970's. It was renamed the Harrisburg Career & Technology Academy in September The school is located within the William Penn Campus of Harrisburg High School. Students attend half day academic sessions and half day vocational training. Steelton-Highspire pulled out of Harrisburg Career and Technical Academy and joined the Technical School. The Technical School was created in 1970 and is sponsored by the following six districts: Central Dauphin, Derry Township, Halifax Area, Lower Dauphin, Middletown Area and Susquehanna Township. The Technical School is located in Lower Paxton Township. It enrolls students in grades 9-12, with a special program for ninth graders. It offers a full time program including academic study. The Vo-Tech schools offer high school students a High School diploma and a certificate of completion upon graduation. Their curriculum offers a wide range of programs including trades/industrial, business, health, food service, distributive education, cosmetology, and child care. Vocational study is also offered to Harrisburg City students in grades 6-12, who are not prepared to attend the other campuses, at the Cameron Street Vocational Prep School. Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-9

10 TABLE 9-5 HOME SCHOOLING TRENDS 1992/ /2002 Home Schooling School District Home Schooling Enrollment Central Dauphin n/a Derry Township n/a Halifax Area n/a Harrisburg City n/a Lower Dauphin n/a Middletown Area n/a Millersburg Area Steelton-Highspire n/a Susquehanna Twp n/a Upper Dauphin n/a TOTAL n/a Since 1988 home schooling has grown in popularity. In 1998 Pennsylvania passed Act 169 which amended the Pennsylvania School Code to allow parents or guardians to home school their children as an option to the requirement of school attendance. This Act specified the requirements and responsibilities of the parents and the corresponding school district. The Pennsylvania Department of Education provides school districts with lists of nationally formed standardized tests for testing home schooled children. Table 9-5 provides home school trends for the school districts in Dauphin County. Private and Non-Public School In addition to public elementary and secondary education, there are many private and non-public educational facilities. The Pennsylvania Department of Education separates these facilities into licensed private academic schools and non-public elementary and secondary schools. In ,291 resident students were enrolled in Dauphin County private and non-public schools (4,629 elementary and 1,662 secondary). Table 9-6 provides a list of these schools and there enrollment. Source: Pennsylvania Department of Education Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-10

11 TABLE 9-6 PRIVATE AND NON-PUBLIC SCHOOLS Enrollment School Location Elementary Schools Armstrong Valley Christian School Halifax Berrysburg Christian Academy Elizabethville Cathedral School Harrisburg Christian School of Harrisburg Harrisburg Circle School Harrisburg Covenant Christian Academy Lower Paxton Township Early Explorers Harrisburg East Shore Montessori School Harrisburg Emanuel Wesleyan Academy Gratz Garden Spot Amish School Millersburg Goddard School Harrisburg Hansel and Gretel Learning Center Harrisburg Hansel and Gretel Learning Center Harrisburg Harrisburg Adventist School Harrisburg Christian Academy Hummelstown Lower Paxton Township Heaven Sent Learning Center Harrisburg Hershey Christian School Harrisburg Hillside Seventh Day Adventist Harrisburg Holy Family School Harrisburg Holy Name of Jesus School Lower Paxton Township Keystone Math and Science Academy Harrisburg Kinder-Care Learning Center #754 Hershey Kinder-Care Learning Center #1282 Harrisburg Kinder-Care Learning Center #1283 Harrisburg Londonderry School Harrisburg Londonderry School Harrisburg Magic Years Hershey Magic Years CC & Learning Center Harrisburg Mahantango School Lykens Matterstown School Elizabethville Middletown Christian Academy Middletown Milton Hershey School Hershey Mountain View Christian School Hummelstown Mulberry Child Care Center Harrisburg Nativity School of Harrisburg Harrisburg New Generation Christian Academy Harrisburg North Mountain View Amish Millersburg Northern Dauphin Christian School Millersburg Pride of the Neighborhood Harrisburg Pride of the Neighborhood Academy Harrisburg Prince of Peace School Steelton Seven Sorrows BVM School Middletown Sonshine Learning Station Middletown South Mountain View School Gratz Specktown School Lykens St. Catherine Laboure School Harrisburg St. Joan of Arc School Hershey St. Margaret Mary School Harrisburg St. Stephens Episcopal School Harrisburg Strawberry Garden Day Care Center Harrisburg Tender Hearts School Harrisburg Tender Years Hershey Town & Country Day School Harrisburg Yeshiva Academy of Harrisburg Harrisburg Zion Academy of Wesley Union Harrisburg Total 4,548* 4,566* 4,629* Secondary Schools Armstrong Valley Christian School Halifax Berrysburg Christian Academy Elizabethville Bishop McDevitt Harrisburg Christian School of Harrisburg Harrisburg Circle School Harrisburg Covenant Christian Academy Harrisburg Emanuel Wesleyan Gratz Garden Spot Amish School Millersburg Milton Hershey School Hershey Mountain View Christian School Hummelstown New Generation Christian Academy Harrisburg North Mountain View Amish Millersburg Total 1,456* 1,568* 1,662* TOTAL 6,004* 6,134* 6,291* * Excludes non-resident out-of-county enrollment. Source: PA Dept. of Education. Private & Nonpublic Enrollments. 33 n/a 32 n/a 36 n/a Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-11

12 Higher Education Higher education is provided at six institutions (Table 9-7). Two are affiliated with the Pennsylvania State University: the Harrisburg campus in Middletown, offering both undergraduate and graduate degrees, and the specialized Hershey Medical Center in Hershey. The Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) provides two year programs/degrees for residents in the Harrisburg region. Temple University has a small center city campus in Harrisburg that offers graduate courses in a limited curriculum. Widner University has a Harrisburg Law School branch campus. Dixon University Center in Harrisburg provides a consortium of nine colleges and universities that offer certificate, undergraduate and graduate degree programs. Other facilities of higher education conveniently located to residents include: TABLE 9-7 HIGHER EDUCATION FACILITIES Cumberland County: Shippensburg University Dickinson Law School Dickinson College Messiah College Central PA Business School Facility Location Enrollment Enrollment Harrisburg Area Community College Harrisburg 7,572 8,430 Lancaster County: Elizabethtown College Franklin & Marshall College Millersville University York County: York College of Pennsylvania Penn State Univ. - York Campus Lebanon County: Lebanon Valley College Schuykill County: Penn State Univ. Schuykill Campus The area also offers various other business schools and specialized degree-granting institutions. Pennsylvania State University Harrisburg Campus Middletown 3,239 3,258 Pennsylvania State University Milton Hershey Medical Center Hershey Widner University Law School Harrisburg Campus Susquehanna Twp Temple University Harrisburg Campus Harrisburg Dixon University Center Harrisburg Commission Source: Tri- County Regional Planning Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-12

13 LIBRARY FACILITIES has numerous public libraries (Table 9-8) as well as specialized libraries (Table 9-9). The locations of the public libraries are shown on Map 9-3. In 1989, the Library System marked its 100 th year of service to county residents. The libraries within the system provide information, formal education support and independent learning resources as well as popular and reference research materials. TABLE 9-8 PUBLIC LIBRARIES Library Location Central Branch Library Harrisburg Derry Township Library Hershey East Shore Area Branch Library Lower Paxton Elizabethville Area Branch Library Elizabethville Harrisburg Downtown Branch Harrisburg Harrisburg Uptown Branch Harrisburg Hershey Public Library Hershey Hummelstown Community Library Hummelstown Johnson Memorial Library Millersburg Kline Village Branch Library Harrisburg Middletown Public Library Middletown Northern Dauphin Branch Library Lykens Paxtang Swatara Area Community Library Harrisburg Williamstown Branch Library Williamstown Source: PA Department of Education, Directory of PA Libraries, 2001 TABLE 9-9 SPECIALIZED LIBRARIES College and University Libraries Dixon University Center Penn State University - Harrisburg Campus Milton S. Hershey Medical Center - George T. Harrell Library National Education Center - Thompson Institute - Harrisburg Campus Junior and Community College Libraries Harrisburg Area Community College (HACC) - McCormick Library Law Libraries Angino & Rovner Commonwealth Court Law Library Law Library McNees, Wallace and Nurick Pennsylvania Attorney Generals Office Pennsylvania Auditor Generals Law Library Pennsylvania Environmental Protection Dept. Law Library Pennsylvania Public Welfare Legal Office Library Pennsylvania Governors Office of Budget Library Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau Library Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency Library Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission Library Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission Library Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Law Library Senate Library of Pennsylvania State Police Academy Library Supreme and Superior Court Library Widener University Special Libraries Antique Automobile Club of America Library and Research Center TYCO Corporate Library Board of Probation and Parole Community Health Information Library Hershey Foods Corporation Hospital and Health System Association of Pennsylvania Patriot News Library PennDOT Knowledge Center Pennsylvania Conservation & Natural Resources Dept. Pennsylvania Environmental Protection Dept. Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission Library Pennsylvania Joint State Government Commission Pennsylvania Legal Services Center Pinnacle Health at Community General Osteopathic Hospital Pinnacle Health at Harrisburg Hospital Pinnacle Health at Polyclinic Hospital Pinnacle Health Woman Care Center East State Supported Institutions Harrisburg State Hospital Library Service Source: PA Department of Education, Directory of PA Libraries, 2001 Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-13

14 TABLE 9-10 PUBLIC MUSEUMS Museum Antique Car Museum Dorthea Dix Museum Fort Hunter Museum Hershey Chocolate World Hershey Museum of American Life John Harris & Simon Cameron Mansion Millersburg/Upper Paxton Twp. Heritage Museum Museum of Scientific Discovery National Civil War Museum Slavic Museum & Archives State Museum of Pennsylvania Susquehanna Art Museum Source: Tri-County Regional Planning Commission Location Hershey Middletown Harrisburg Hershey Hershey Harrisburg Millersburg Harrisburg Harrisburg Middletown Harrisburg Harrisburg Antique Car Museum MUSEUMS Public museums in are listed in Table 9-10 and depicted on Map 9-3. There are also various historical societies that have or plan to have museum displays open to the public, including:, Middletown. Hummelstown, Highspire, Halifax, Gratz and Upper Paxton historical societies. Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-14

15 HEALTH FACILITIES & SERVICES Four hospitals are located in (Map 9-4). Table 9-11 provides information about the services and facilities available at each one. In addition to hospitals, has thirteen licensed nursing homes (Table 9-12) which provide a total of 2,106 licensed and staffed beds. TABLE 9-11 HOSPITALS 2002 Type of Facility Setup/ Staffed Beds Licensed Long Term Care Well Infant Bassinets Licensed Hospital Location Beds Harrisburg State Hospital Harrisburg Psychiatric State No 0 Milton S. Hershey Medical Center Hershey General Nonprofit No 12 General Yes 31 Pinnacle Health Hospitals Harrisburg Nonprofit SSCI Hospital Harrisburg LTC-Acute Profit No 0 OTHER HOSPITALS IN AREA Cumberland County Carlisle Hospital Holy Spirit Hospital Healthsouth Mechanicsburg Rehab System Seidle Hospital Lebanon County Good Samaritan Hospital Hyman S. Caplan Philhaven VA Medical Center Total n/a n/a 1,447 1,343 n/a 43 Source: Directory of PA Hospitals & Ambulatory Surgery Centers 2002 HOSPITAL FACILITIES 2002 Licensed Beds 1,447 Setup/Staffed Beds 1,343 Well Infant Bassinets 43 Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-15

16 TABLE 9-12 LICENSED NURSING HOMES 2006 Facility Location Ownership Licensed Beds Medicaid Beds Medicare Beds Continuing/ Life Care Dedicated Alzheimers Unit Beverly Health Care - Blue Ridge Mountain Harrisburg Profit No No Colonial Park Care Center Lower Paxton n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a Frey Village Middletown Church Yes Yes Homeland Center Harrisburg Non-Profit Yes Yes Jewish Homes of Greater Harrisburg Harrisburg Non-Profit Yes No Kepler Home, Inc. Elizabethville Profit No No Manor at Susquehanna Village Millersburg Profit No No Middletown Home Middletown Non-Profit No No Pinnacle Health Extended Care Harrisburg Non-Profit (hospital based) No No Spring Creek Rehabilitation & Health Care Center Harrisburg Government No No Total n/a n/a 1,246 1,246 1,206 n/a n/a Source: Tri-County Planning Commission LICENSED NURSING HOMES 2006 Licensed Beds 1,246 Medicaid Beds 1,246 Medicare Beds 1,206 Dedicated Alzheimer s Unit 3 Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-16

17 PARK & RECREATION FACILITIES National and State Natural Areas & Landmarks The Susquehanna Water Gap Located where the Susquehanna River meets Blue Mountain, Peters Mountain, Buffalo Mountain, the Susquehanna Water Gap has been designated a National Natural Landmark. Fishing and boating are the primary uses along the river, which remains quite scenic all year long. Harrisburg Riverfront Bicycle Trail A National Recreation Trail and part of the National Trails System, this trail is a four mile long bike and foot path along the Susquehanna River. It is operated by the City of Harrisburg and was designated a National Recreation Trail in The Appalachian Trail The Appalachian Trail is the longest continuous marked trail in the world. It runs from Maine to Georgia for a tota length of approximately 2,000 miles. The Trail is characterized by forested and primitive areas and is meant to be traveled only by foot. Twenty-five miles of the Appalachian Trail traverses. Horse-Shoe Trail Designated a National Scenic Trail, the 130 mile long Horse-Shoe Trail was founded in 1935 and is maintained as a free public trail for hikers, horseback riders, climbers and nature lovers. The Trail begins in Valley Forge National Historic Park and continues across five counties to a junction with the Appalachian Trail on the Stoney Mountain north of Harrisburg. Increased development pressure has caused relocation of portions of the Horse-Shoe Trail. State Game Lands State Game Lands are open to the public, primarily for the purpose of hunting (lands are purchases using hunting license fees) but also allow other types of recreation such as fishing, hiking, birg watching and skiing. A total of 44,792 acres comprise the State Game Lands in. The largest areas, Game Lands #210 and #211 are located in Jefferson and Jackson townships (some of Game Lands #211 is also located in Lebanon and Schuylkill Counties). Other locations of State Game Lands in Dauphin county include Middle Paxton, Rush, Wiconisco and Williams Townships. Under Project 70 the State Game Commission has also acquired islands in the Susquehanna River. Some of these islands are open to the public and some are reserved as natural animal nesting/ breeding areas. Table 9-13 lists State Game Lands located partially or entirely within (see Map 9-2). TABLE 9-13 Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-17 STATE GAME LANDS Game Land Number Location Game Harvested 210 Lykens deer, grouse, turkey 211 Manada Gap/ deer, grouse, Green Point turkey 246 Middletown deer grouse 254 Halifax, New Buffalo waterfowl, deer, rabbit 258 Paxton/ Liverpool waterfowl, rabbit, quail, grouse, deer 264 South of Gratz deer, grouse, turkey, rabbit 275 Highspire waterfowl 290 Haldeman Island deer, pheasant, rabbit Game Harrisburg Commission (18 acres) Headquarters n/a Source: Pennsylvania State Game Commission State Forest Land A total of 8,028 acres are devoted to State Forest Land in. This land is located within Weiser State Forest (State Forest District #18), which extends into sections of Dauphin, Schuylkill, Carbon and Berks Counties. All State Forest lands are open to the public for hunting, fishing and general recreation. The two areas of the Weiser State Forest within are referred to as the Haldeman and Greenland tracts.. Table 9-14 lists the acreage of State Forest Land by Township in (see Map 9-2).

18 NORTHUMBERLAND MIFFLIN PILLOW 225 BERRYSBURG LYKENS GRATZ SCHUYLKILL UPPER PAXTON WILLIAMS 25 WICONISCO WILLIAMSTOWN 209 LYKENS WASHINGTON MILLERSBURG 209 ELIZABETHVILLE JACKSON JEFFERSON PERRY HALIFAX HALIFAX WAYNE 325 RUSH REED MIDDLE PAXTON EAST HANOVER DAUPHIN 443 WEST HANOVER 81 LEBANON SUSQUEHANNA 39 CUMBERLAND LOWER PAXTON SOUTH HANOVER 422 HARRISBURG PENBROOK PAXTANG 83 SWATARA 322 HUMMELSTOWN 322 DERRY LOWER SWATARA STEELTON 283 CONEWAGO HIGHSPIRE MIDDLETOWN ROYALTON LONDONDERRY LANCASTER STATE GAME LAND YORK STATE FOREST LAND PARK MUNICIPAL PARK SCHOOLS WITH RECREATIONAL FACILITY DAUPHIN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN 2008 TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION AND PLANNING COMMISSION MAKE NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO THE ACCURACY OF DATA REPRESENTED FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THE DATA IS PROVIDED AS IS AND THE USER ASSUMES ALL RISK OF USE. MAP 9-2 STATE GAME & FOREST LANDS & MUNICIPAL PARKS DAUPHIN, PENNSYLVANIA PREPARED BY TRI- REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION DATE: NOVEMBER 2003 SOURCE: PENN DOT & T.C.R.P.C mi

19 State Forest Picnic Areas TABLE 9-14 STATE FOREST LAND Two State Forest picnic areas are located in. Minnichs Spring (4 acres) and Rowland (3 acres) picnic areas are both located within the Haldman tract in the Weiser State Forest Distirct. State Parks Township Acres Jackson 6,738 Jefferson 973 Rush 197 Williams 93 Susquehanna 25 Halifax 1 Middle Paxton 1 Total 8,028 There are no State Parks located within. recreational resources along the 500 mile corridor of the Susquehanna river in Pennsylvania. It will create a basin-wide organization for resource management and community conservation factors of lasting importance to the economies and quality of life of river communities. Those who will benefit from this project are as diverse, as common, as unique as the area s urban, suburban, and rural populations. The Susquehanna Greenway is taking shape with projects in nine Pennsylvania counties in various stages of development. is in the Lower Susquehanna Region of the greenway which comprises Perry, Dauphin, Cumberland, York, and Lancaster counties, led by the Lancaster York Heritage Region, based in Wrightsville. Projects may focus on community revitalization, economic development, historic resources, recreation, or environmental conservation. In there are design concepts to revitalize downtown Steelton to connect neighborhoods to the river, reusing portions of the former Bethlehem Steel industrial site. Middle and Lower Susquehanna River Water Trail The Middle Susquehanna River Water Trail is a 51 mile trail which extends from Sunbury to Harrisburg, incorporating 25 access sites and 20 islands designated for day use and primitive camping. Access sites serve as trail heads with enticing, naturalistic signage welcoming visitors to the River Trail. Canoeing and kayaking are promoted as great ways to experience this unique wilderness. The trail is sponsored by the Susquehanna Trails Association. The Lower Susquehanna River Water Trail runs 52 miles from Harrisburg to the Mason-Dixon Line. The Trail helps boaters, canoeists and kayakers explore and enjoy the river s history and scenic beauty. This section of the Susquehanna offers a tremendous diversity of natural and built environments. From the industrial yards of Steelton to the Conejohela Flats the lower section of the Susquehanna is a contrast of working river and wilderness. Susquehanna River Greenway The Susquehanna Greenway will link natural, cultural, historic and Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-19

20 Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Areas Table 9-15 provides a summary of all Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission fishing areas and other facilities provided at these sites. Public Fishing Areas The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission lists two official public fishing areas within Dauphin county: the Middletown Reservoir (owned/controlled by the Game Commission) and Wildwood Park (owned by ). Fishing Access Areas The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission has five access areas in Dauphin county. The Fort Hunter Access is located north of Harrisburg at the mouth of Fishing Creek. There is an access area in Middletown along the Swatara creek. City Island in the Susquehanna River has an access area owned by the City of Harrisburg. There are two other local access areas along the Susquehanna River, located at Millersburg and Halifax Landing. Fly Fishing Areas TABLE 9-15 PENNSYLVANIA FISH & BOAT COMMISSION - DAUPHIN FISHING AREAS PUBLIC FISHING AREAS Name Nearest Town Water Acreage Warm Water Cold Water Boating Species Present Middletown Reservoir Middletown 11 Yes Yes Non-Powered Boats Only Bass, Panfish, Trout Wildwood Lake Harrisburg 90 Yes No Non-Powered Boats Only Bass, Panfish, Pickerel PUBLIC ACCESS AREAS Name of Area River Parking Boat Ramp Bank/Pier Fishing Restroom Millersburg Susquehanna Medium Yes Yes No Halfax Landing Susquehanna Large Yes Yes Yes City Island Susquehanna Medium Yes Yes Yes Fort Hunter Susquehanna Large Yes Yes Yes Middletown Susquehanna Large Yes Yes Yes Source: Susquehanna River Public Access Guide, 1995 FLY FISHING AREAS Stream Name Mileage Location Clarks Creek 2 Miles S.R downstream to Pennsylvania Game Commission access road at Iron Furnace There is only one stretch of stream designated a fly fishing area in, located at Clarks Creek. Community Facilities, Services & Utilities 9-20

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