Local Businesses

North Londonderry Township is home to some amazing local businesses that make our community complete. Because of that, it’s easy to find a local business or utility provider you’re in search of.

By providing access to intellectual, educational, cultural and recreational information, the local library is committed to their role in the community. Visit the online catalog to explore their ‘ever-growing collection of materials’. Don’t have a computer? Membership and high-speed internet access is free to residents, as well as a wireless hot spot. Programs for children and adults are available for free, from story-time to after-school programs and homework help to film screenings and receptions for a small donation.
Contact: 50 Landings Drive Suite B, Annville – (717) 838-1347

This commission provides year-round programs for all age groups. Some fees apply to select programs and are open to the public. Palmyra Area School District residents may partake in these programs for a discounted rate. One of our Supervisors serves as a representative of North Londonderry Township on the Commission. Throwing a party or need some meeting space?
Contact: 325 South Railroad Street, Palmyra – (717) 838-9244

This membership required facility provides various community activities along with three (3) pools! There is a kiddy wading pool, a main pool varying in depth with two (2) diving boards and an Olympic size competition pool with lanes for lap swimming. They also offer “Dive-In” movies, an on-site snack bar and organized activities for children and adults.
Contact: 1122 Park Drive, Palmyra – (717)  838-1122

Open to the public, the trails are located behind the compost site on Township grounds. Home to the Palmyra Cougars Junior and Senior Cross Country teams, the trails are marked with corresponding colored reflectors as referred to on the adjacent map. The trails are mulched and maintained by Township crew members. Please proceed with caution and limit use to the hours between dawn and dusk. Dogs are welcome but must be leashed and picked up after. The pond is open for ‘catch and release’ fishing. Motor vehicles, alcoholic beverages and hunting are prohibited. Parking is designated to the northeast corner and trash cans can be found at the entrance of the trails. Benches and signage have been provided/constructed by local boy scouts. 

Click here to view a map of trail routes & distances.
Contact: 655 East Ridge Road, Palmyra – (717) 838-1373

North Londonderry Township Hiking Trails & Pond


Palmyra School District

Palmyra Area School District is located at 1125 Park Drive Palmyra, PA 17078. To visit their district website, please visit PalmyraPortal.org.


Palmyra Area High School

Grades 9th – 12th


Palmyra Area Middle School

Grades 6th – 8th


Lingle Avenue Elementary

Kindergarten – 5th

Forge Road Elementary

Forge Road Elementary

Grades 1st – 5th

Northside Elementary

Northside Elementary

Grades 1st – 5th

Pine Street Elementary

Pine Street Elementary

Grades 1st – 5th

As Palmyra Area School, we…

  1. will always support core academic subjects (reading, writing, math, science, social studies) as district priorities.
  2. will provide evidence-based interventions in the areas of literacy and math for targeted students at every grade level, realizing that a strong K-2 literacy foundation is imperative.
  3. will adhere to all federal and state mandates.
  4. will allocate resources to those non-core, academic, electives that meet the needs of the largest number of students, while maintaining a balance of offerings.
  5. will create learning environments that better prepare students with 21st century skills (inquiry, research, collaboration, presentation, reflection, innovation) by:
    1. integrating them across the students’ Palmyra experience.
    2. utilizing technology resources as tools for teaching and learning.
  6. realize that to improve teaching and learning and meet our goals as a district, it is vital that we will maintain high-quality:
    1. cohesive, strong leadership.
    2. professional development related to our district vision.
  7. recognize the need to:
    1. examine the other cost efficiency measures.
    2. rely on data to inform our decisions.
    3. research efficient, collaborative solutions with other educational entities, local programs, and area organizations before any student programs are cut.
  8. will offer co-curricular activities for all students in a (more) efficient and cost effective manner.
  9. will create and maintain physical learning environments (facilities) that are cost effective, with attention to the environmental impact.
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