2 Township Drive, P.O. Box 40
Paradise, PA 17562 USA e-mail: email@example.com
717-768-8222 717-768-8221 -- fax
On Rt 30, just 500 feet west of Belmont Road traffic signal
Paradise Twp. is one of 60 municipalities (41 townships and 19 boroughs) in Lancaster County which you can see at www.co.lancaster.pa.us We are very happy that our own Township Supervisor/Roadmaster Dennis Groff served in the past as Chair of the Board of the Lancaster County Planning Commission.
Paradise Twp. residents Charles Rohrer, Steven Temple, and Jane Horst serve on the Board of Directors, along with six other Directors from Salisbury Twp and Leacock Twp., of the Pequea Valley School District pequeavalley.org.
Paradise Twp. supports the Pequea Valley Public Library: 717-768-3160 intercourse.lib.pa.us. The Library System of Lancaster County promotes a Health Information Network.
Paradise Twp. has a Sportman's Association that meets frequently at a spacious site at 327 South Belmont Road, and currently has over 667 members. See the web site: paradisesportsmansassn.com.
Paradise Twp. has a food pantry coordenated by Karen Homsher from the Leacock Presbyterian Church, 687-6619, in cooperation with the Bible Fellowship Church of Paradise, Grace Point Church of Paradise, and St. Johns United Methodist Church of Paradise. The food pantry provides nutritious food from local donations, and from receipts from the Church World Service CROP Hunger Walk.
Christ's Home for Children is on an 11-acre estate in the middle of Paradise just off Rt. 30, a residential facility that serves the region.
Are you unemployed, under-utilized, or thinking about a career transition? The purpose of Career Crossroads is to help people through their experience with underemployment by offering encouragement, hope, and practical tools.
The Factory Youth Center and Pequea Valley's Together Initiative Network recommend the youth web site cpyu.