Maps & Plans
FEMA Flood Plain Maps
FEMA Flood Plain Maps can be obtained through the official FEMA Map Service Center, located online at https://msc.fema.gov/ FEMA has worked with Google Earth™ to afford additional views of the same information. New Hanover Township recommends the "Stay Dry" application to obtain specific information based on your address.
NHT Floodplain Map
This map has an overlay of FEMA's floodplain designations on our parcel map and correlates directly to the designations in Section 8-402, Floodplain Conservation District.
NHT Soils and Hydrology Map
NHT Roads and Open Space Map
Zoning Map with Floodplain Conservation District
Parks and Recreation Maps and Plans
NHT Bicycle and Pedestrian Trails Map Master Plan
NHT Comprehensive Parks Map
NHT Parks, Recreation and Open Space Master Plan
Traffic Signal/Infrastructure Improvement Plans
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania affords local municipalities to plan for and assess development fees based on Act 209. Completing this study identifies the current and future needs within the community, and the maps/plans below provide the current Act 209 Plan, as well as projects based on its study.
Act 209 Plan
We are in process of updating our Act 209 Plan. It includes three components: a Land Use Assumptions Report, a Roadway Sufficiency Analysis and a Capital Improvements Plan.
SR 73/663 (Concept Plan)
We are currently in the design phase for improvements.
Swamp Pike and Sanatoga Road/Fagleysville Road Traffic Signal Construction Plan
We are currently in construction for this project with a completion date of November 2017.