Sen. Phillips-Hill Announces 2024 Mobile Office Hours

YORK – Building on the overwhelmingly positive feedback received in 2023, Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York) is excited to announce a continuation of mobile office hours in 2024, reinforcing her unwavering commitment to fostering an open and transparent state government. 


For the upcoming year, Sen. Phillips-Hill’s team will be establishing a monthly presence at the York Area United Fire Station and the Penn Township Municipal Office, to provide direct assistance and resources to constituents. Residents will have the opportunity to seek guidance on a spectrum of state issues, from pending legislation and PennDOT matters to birth and death certificates, Property Tax Rent Rebates, unclaimed property, and more. 


I am thrilled to build on the success of our community outreach in 2023, and we are doubling down on our commitment to bring the Senate of Pennsylvania directly to you. Our mobile offices are a testament to our dedication to an efficient and responsive state government,” Phillips-Hill said. 


Location:                                                                                Location: 

York Area United Fire & Rescue Station                                 Penn Township Municipal Building 

50 Commons Dr. York, PA 17402                                           20 Wayne Ave. Hanover, PA 17331     


Dates and Times:                                                                 Dates and Times:  

First Thursday of each month                                                 Third Thursday of each month 

10 a.m. to 4 p.m.                                                                     9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. 


While appointments are not required, they are highly encouraged to ensure that an ample number of team members are available and to be fully prepared to address any specific concerns. Residents can reach out to Sen. Phillips-Hill’s district office at 717-741-4648 or via email at 


The two mobile offices incur no rental cost to taxpayers and are in addition to Sen. Phillips-Hill’s existing Jacobus office located at 6872 Susquehanna Trail South. The Jacobus office will continue to operate during regular office hours.  

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