Welcome to Codorus Township

Good Morning!

A heads up. This Saturday Jefferson borough will be celebrating its 150th anniversary. On the town square at 9:00 am community organizations will be displaying information regarding their group, events, and memories of days gone by.

Celebratory events will begin at 10:00 am. There will be participation by all three churches, inspirational songs, marches and Civil War Re-enactors. Items from the time capsule will be displayed.

The morning events will conclude at the parking area of the Baseball Association and Lions Pavillion where there will be a chicken bar-b- que at lunch. Cost is $7.50 and must be ordered prior to the event. Everyone is invited to eat.
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Codorus Township is a quiet township located in the southern part of York County, Pennsylvania adjacent to the Mason-Dixon Line, bordering the state of Maryland. The Township lies almost directly south of York City, bordered on the east and west by two branches of the Codorus Creek. It is the 7th largest township in York County, encompassing an area of 33.5 square miles. It is primarily an agricultural community as well as one which accommodates a rural-residential non-farming population.

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