The PSATS Executive Board cordially invites you to attend PSATS’ 2023 Annual Educational Conference & Exhibit Show scheduled for April 23-26 in Hershey, Pa. At a time of exploding cost increases, PSATS has held the line thanks to our sponsors. We encourage you, other members of your board, and your employees to take advantage of the state’s premier local government educational conference. Everything you need to know to register for the conference you will find in this booklet. For additional copies, go to conference.psats.org and click on “Attend ee Registration Materials.” For authorization by the Township Code to attend the PSATS Annual Conference, see page 4.
Registration Starts January 10 Conference registration and hotel room reservation opens at 9 a.m. January 10 at conference.psats.org. A video showing how to register and reserve hotel rooms online will be available January 3 by clicking on the “How to Register” button. On line registration will save you time and money because your township secretary or manager can do a “group” registration and at a lower cost!
PSATS works extensively with numerous township officials and subject-matter experts to develop a tremendous lineup of 70-plus conference workshops that address a wide range of issues important to townships of all sizes. There are workshops for township officials, administrators, public works, support staff, tax collectors, first responders, parks and rec staff, code officers, and more.
Designate Your Township Voting Delegate
The Township Code requires each township board to officially designate one of its attendees as the “voting” dele gate, who must be certified by the township secretary when registering that person. Selecting your voting delegate and authorizing other township officials and employees to attend the conference should best be decided at your Tuesday, January 3, 2023, organization meeting to prepare for registration.
Your township’s voting delegate will help set Association policy by voting on resolutions and electing the officers and Executive Committee members who will lead PSATS into the future.
Largest Municipal Exhibit Show in Pennsylvania
The PSATS Annual Educational Conference hosts the largest municipal exhibit show in Pennsylvania with nearly 300 indoor and outdoor vendors and state and federal agencies. This is the ONLY conference where you can get easy and direct access to many municipal service providers all in one location.
The conference kicks off Sunday night with our Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall, which will give you an opportunity to mix and mingle with the vendors in a relaxed setting. On Monday night, we will have our “Road to the Future” Reception as we look back on 100 conferences and forward to PSATS’ next century. On Tuesday night, we will host our popular Legislative Grassroots Reception once again at the Lodge.
Why You Should Attend
Not sure of the value of attending? Go to conference.psats.org and watch the video to hear first-hand why other township officials believe you can’t afford to NOT attend! If this will be your first conference, please register for one of our two free “What You Need to Know” Webinars scheduled for March 30, 2023. You’ll find a link at conference.psats.org
4 Reasons You Can’t Miss the PSATS Conference
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EDUCATION BUSINESS MEETING
With more than 70 workshops scheduled over 3½ days, the PSATS Conference is your one-stop shop for personal and professional development. From agriculture to zoning and everything in be tween, if there’s a hot topic involving townships, you’ll find a workshop on it at the conference. Many sessions are eligible for PMGA points and other professional credits so you can earn while you learn.
Meeting up with old friends. Making new acquain tances. Learning from the experiences of fellow offi cials from across the state. This is what many attendees say is their favorite part of the conference experience — and one element that hasn’t changed since the first convention 100 years ago. Don’t miss your chance to connect with your counter parts from all corners of the commonwealth.
One of the most important actions township delegates take at the conference is voting on resolutions to guide PSATS’ legislative agenda for the following year. These are the bills and policies that you direct the Association to pursue in Harrisburg. Make sure that your township’s voice gets heard by sending a voting delegate to the Annual Conference.
Another favorite conference feature, the indoor and outdoor municipal exhibit show — the largest of its kind in Pennsylvania — gives township officials the chance to meet with equipment ven dors, engineering firms, consultants, state agencies, and others that do business with townships all in one place. This year, the Sunday night Welcome Reception will take place in the Exhibit Hall to give you an extra chance to connect with exhibitors.
LEARN MORE about your numerous duties by attending workshops and general sessions.
SHARE your ideas with thousands of other township officials and learn from them, too.
VOTE ON RESOLUTIONS to establish legislative policy for the State Association.
CONNECT with the vendors and state and federal agencies whose products and services help keep your township going strong.
Best educational opportunity anywhere for township officials & employees
If you want to learn all you can about township government and how to better carry out your many responsibilities as a township official and employee, there is no better opportunity than the Annual Educational Conference of the Penn sylvania State Association of Township Supervisors.
Largest municipal exhibit show in the state
By attending PSATS’ Annual Educa tional Conference, you will have access to the largest municipal exhibit show of its kind in Pennsylvania. Nearly 300 ven dors and state and federal agencies will be on hand to meet with you and talk about their products and services.
Who should attend
Township board members, employees, solicitors, engineers, planners/zoning officials, and public safety officials.
Authority to attend
Section 1402(d) of the Township Code authorizes the board of supervisors to designate one or more of the following elected or appointed officials to attend the annual conference as a delegate: the supervisors, the township secretary, the township treasurer, and/or the township manager. Each township that has paid State Association dues for the current year must appoint one of these delegates to be the voting delegate at the state conference. The township secretary is the official person to certify the voting delegate from your township. Also, Section 607(4) of the Township Code authorizes the board
of supervisors to send any other township employee, including roadmasters and public works employees, or other elected or appointed officials, such as township solicitors and engineers, planning com mission members, and emergency management coordinators, to the conference.
Wage and expense
Section 1402(g)(2) of the Township Code authorizes townships to compen sate their employees, including supervi sors who are employed by the township (either full- or part-time), at their regular employee rate while attending the annual conference. Section 1402(g)(3) allows townships to compensate supervisors who are not employed by the township with full or partial reimbursement for lost wages while attending the annual conference. The board of supervisors has the discretion to authorize this reim bursement but must establish a policy. Section 1402(g)(1) of the Township Code authorizes all township attendees to be reimbursed for:
• the conference registration fee;
• mileage for the use of a personal ve hicle or actual transportation expenses for traveling to and from the conference; and
• all other actual expenses that the township board of supervisors may have agreed to pay.
Every township attendee must submit to their local board an itemized account of expenses incurred at the confer ence. No attendee may receive expense reimbursement for more than four days, including the time and mileage for trav eling to and from the conference. Guests are not authorized to receive reimburse ment for any expenses.
Monday, April 24
Population Committee Roundtables
10:45 - 11:55 a.m.
The chairs of PSATS’ four population committees will moderate discussion in each of these sessions. Township officials interested in net working with other officials from their same-size mu nicipality are encouraged to attend to exchange ideas and discuss shared challenges with their peers.
u Townships Under 2,000 u Townships Between 2,001 and 5,000 u Townships Between 5,001 and 10,000 u Townships Over 10,000
10:45 - 11:55 a.m.
Managers from throughout the state are encouraged to attend this informal, moderated panel discussion to exchange ideas about various issues important to their townships and role as managers.
Tuesday, April 25
Noon - 1 p.m. ($15 for secretaries and managers; $25 for others)
PSATS invites township secretaries and managers to a special appreciation luncheon that offers an outstanding opportunity to network with their peers in a social setting. A lot of the important work that township secretaries and managers accomplish is often behind the scenes. This special luncheon is just one way that PSATS can say “thank you” for those efforts.
1:15 - 2:25 p.m.
This annual panel discussion gives township secretaries, managers, and other administrators a chance to ask questions and share ideas with their peers. Attend this workshop to learn more about your role.
Tuesday, April 25 u 7:45-9:45 p.m. u $30 per person
8 AM - 4 PM
NOON - 10 PM
Hotel Shuttle Buses Chocolate Lobby Portico
8 AM - 6 PM
9 AM - 4 PM
TEMA Emergency Management Seminar * (separate registration is required at tema.psats.org)
Magnolia C & D
9:30 AM - 6:30 PM
PSATS Store & Member Lounge
Cocoa Suites 4 & 5
9 AM - 4 PM
Pa. Association of Zoning Officials Spring Educational Seminar * (separate registration is required at PAAZO.org)
Wild Rose A & B
10 AM - 7 PM
Conference Check-in Chocolate Lobby
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Worship Service Cocoa Suite 6
5:15 PM - 6:15 PM
First-Timers Meet-and-Greet Crystal A
6:30 PM - 8 PM Exhibit Hall Re-Opens Great American Hall
6:30 PM - 8 PM
Welcome Reception with Exhibitors Great American Hall (FREE)
7 AM - 5:30 PM
Conference Check-in Chocolate Lobby Information Desk
7 AM - 4:30 PM
Exhibitor Check-in Great American Hall Lobby
7 AM - 5:30 PM
PSATS Store & Member Lounge Cocoa Suites 4 & 5
7 AM - 10 PM
Hotel Shuttle Buses Chocolate Lobby Portico
Donuts with Dave — Morning Refreshments with PSATS Executive Director Dave Sanko Cocoa Suite 1 & Cocoa Terrace
Continental Breakfast with the Exhibitors
Great American Hall
7:30 AM - 4 PM
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Engineers Seminar * (separate registration is required at engineers.psats.org)
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Solicitors Seminar * (separate registration is required at solicitors. psats.org)
Hotel Hershey Garden Terrace East Room
10:45 AM - 11:55 AM
Population Committee & Managers Roundtables
1:15 PM - 2:25 PM
Workshop Session #2
2:40 PM - 3:50 PM Workshop Session #3
4:05 PM - 5:15 PM Workshop Session #4
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
First-Timers Reception with PMGA Members
8 PM - 9 PM Dessert with Dave Aztec Room
Exhibits Open Great American Hall & Outside
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Opening General Session — Welcome Message, Opening Keynote Address, Parade of Flags, Excellence Awards Ceremony, and Speakers Chocolate Ballroom
7 PM - 9 PM
Road to the Future Reception Chocolate Ballroom (additional $35 fee)
8:30 AM - Noon
General Session — Speakers and Business Session: Committee Reports, Elections, and Resolutions
WEDNESDAY/APRIL 26 EXHIBIT SHOW
7:30 AM - 8:15 AM
Voting Chocolate Ballroom
NOON - 1 PM
Empire Ballroom ($15 for secretaries and managers; $25 for others)
Note: The luncheon will be followed by the Secretaries-Managers Q&A in Workshop Session #5
1:15 PM - 2:25 PM Workshop Session #5
1:30 PM Exhibits Close
2:40 PM - 3:50 PM Workshop Session #6
4:05 PM - 5:15 PM Workshop Session #7
6 PM - 7:30 PM
Legislative Grassroots Reception Great American Hall
7:45 PM - 9:45 PM PSATS Bingo Aztec Room (additional $30 fee) DAYNEW& TIME
8 AM - NOON
Conference Check-in Chocolate Lobby Information Desk
8 AM - 11 AM PSATS Store & Member Lounge Cocoa Suites 4 & 5
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM General Session — Leaders Q&A Forum, Youth Awards, Closing Keynote Chocolate Ballroom
NOON Conference Adjourns Distribute Attendance Certificates
ALMOST 300 VENDORS AND STATE AND FEDERAL AGEN CIES will be on hand during the Annual Educational Conference and Exhibit Show to meet with you and explain how their prod ucts and services can benefit your township. Be sure to visit both the indoor exhibits, located in the exhibit hall, and the outdoor exhibits, located at the side of the Hershey Lodge nearest the Hershey Medical Center.
County Association Exhibit
During your stay at the con ference, be sure to visit the Fayette County Association exhibit in the Chocolate Lobby and learn more about the industries, agriculture, and tourist attractions this county has to offer.
Vendor Hospitality Suites
Visit the vendor hospitality suites on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday evenings to meet and greet the vendors who do business with townships. A listing of these suites will be provided upon your arrival.
*Separate registration is required
Over 70 Workshops For Everyone
A broad overview of munici pal administration. Experts dis cuss the Township Code, human resource issues, risk management, Right-to-Know Law responsibil ities, budgeting and municipal accounting, audits, investments, and pension management.
Some class examples include:
u ABC’s of Liquid Fuels Tax Funds
u Meeting Prep 101: A Secretary’s Guide for Every Meeting
u 20 Secrets of the Second Class Township Code (& other laws)
u Inflation, Recession & COVID Hangovers Trends in Bargaining
u How to Survive and Thrive as a Municipal Administrator
Municipal planning responsibil ities covered by our experts include the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code, subdivision and land development, zoning, duties of the planning commission and zoning hearing board, and admin istration and enforcement of the Uniform Construction Code.
Some class examples include:
u The Municipal Guide to Land Development
u Mock Conditional Use Hearing: The Do’s and Don’ts
u Rehabbing Zoning Ordi nances: Does Yours Need an Intervention?
u Signs, Signs, Everywhere a Sign
u The Implementable Comprehensive Plan –Top to Bottom
Our experts discuss topics such as fire service, emergency management, police, ambulance service, mutual aid, homeland security, and municipal liability for volunteers.
Some class examples include:
u Emergency Preparedness and Response: Case Studies and Public-Private Sector Interaction
u What Municipalities Need to Know and What to Consider Doing about Electric Vehicles
u Best Practices in Police De partment Management
u Your Township’s Role in Sus taining Your Volunteer Fire Department
u Bedrooms & Barns: Rural/ Suburban Community Risk Assessment
A broad look at municipal public works responsibilities. Top ics covered by our experts include road and bridge maintenance, road safety, stormwater manage ment, traffic signs and signals, and posting and bonding.
Some class examples include:
u Managing Aging Infrastructure
u Traffic Calming –A PennDOT Policy Update
u Understanding Your Commu nity’s Stormwater Obligations
u Establishing a Pavement Management System for Local Agencies
u Floodplain & Drainage: What Public Officials Need to Know
Don’t Miss These Events
Sunday Night Welcome Reception in Exhibit Hall
Want more time to visit the exhibit show? Kick off the 2023 Conference at the Welcome Reception in the Exhibit Hall. New for this year, you will be able to browse new products, visit interactive exhibits, meet new people, and network while enjoying some hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, snacks, and beverages.
Monday Night Road to the Future Reception (additional cost)
Enjoy food, fellowship, and music while taking a walk down memory lane among photos from PSATS conferences dating back to 1922. Far from an ending, this 100th conference is just the beginning of PSATS’ road to the future so come along for the ride!
Tuesday Legislative Grassroots Reception at Lodge
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet with your lawmakers! Join forces with other township officials from across the state and meet your elected state senators and representatives at PSATS’ Legislative Grassroots Reception.
Spring Affiliate Seminars
TEMA Spring Seminar – $125*
Sunday, April 23, 2023
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. u Hershey Lodge, Empire Suites
PAAZO Spring Seminar – $125*
Sunday, April 23, 2023
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. u Hershey Lodge, Wild Rose A & B
Solicitors Spring Seminar – $175*
Monday, April 24, 2023
9:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. u Hotel Hershey
Engineers Spring Seminar – $125* Monday, April 24 & Tuesday, April 25, 2023
8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. u Hershey Lodge, Magnolia Suites
* Member Rate
To register, go to learn.psats.org and click on the “Seminars” button to find the seminar that you would like to attend.
Be sure your township appoints its voting delegate when you reg ister for the conference. The voting delegate represents your township at the Association’s annual business meeting, which will be held Tuesday, April 25. This is when Executive Board members and officers are elected, resolutions are debated and voted on, and, if necessary, pro posed bylaws changes are adopted.
Appointing a voting delegate is an important step because it ensures that your township has a voice during discussions on important legislative issues.
Each member township that has paid its dues is entitled to one
voting delegate at the annual con ference, who must be a township supervisor, manager, secretary, or treasurer.
Each county association may also appoint one voting delegate for each 10 townships in the county or portion thereof and is guaranteed a minimum of two voting delegates.
BE SURE TO APPOINT YOUR TOWNSHIP’S VOTING DELEGATE IMPORTANCE OF RESOLUTIONS
One of the most important actions township officials can perform at the Annual Conference is voting on proposed reso lutions. A resolution adopted at the Annual Conference directs PSATS policy and advocacy for the next five years and tells the state legislature and state agencies what actions townships want them to take.
Resolutions are proposed by county associations, PSATS standing committees, and the Association’s Executive Board. The PSATS Resolutions Committee reviews and discusses each submitted resolution and votes to support or oppose each one, which determines how the voting is handled at the business meeting. The Resolutions Committee reviews all resolutions that have been on the Association’s books for five years and determines which should be considered by the delegates for readoption.
The criteria below should be followed when proposing or reviewing resolutions:
• Does it directly impact an essential function or authority of townships?
• Does it amend or change a state or federal law, regulation, or court decision that directly impacts townships?
• Does it include clear language to communicate the desired objective?
• Is it actionable and measurable?
• Does it directly benefit townships?
Voting on resolutions
During the business session Tuesday morning of the confer ence, voting delegates consider and vote on the resolutions. Resolutions that have been supported by the Resolutions Com
mittee are automatically taken up for discussion and then a vote, with no motion from the floor required.
Resolutions that the committee has opposed must receive a motion to adopt from a delegate of a non-sponsoring county association and a second from a voting delegate of a second non-sponsoring county association from the floor before they can be discussed and brought to a vote. If no one makes a motion, the resolution fails.
As the Annual Conference approaches, every township should make sure that it has designated a voting delegate and that the delegate understands and takes seriously their respon sibility to act on behalf of the township. Whatever resolutions the membership adopts tell the PSATS staff how to allocate resources in the coming year. Voting on these measures is a cru cial part of townships’ membership in the Association.
DONUTS WITH DAVE: BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!
Monday – 7:30 - 8:15 a.m. Wednesday – 7:30 - 8:15 a.m. in Cocoa Suite 1 & Cocoa Terrace
Grab a donut, pour some coffee, and chat with PSATS Executive Director David Sanko.
LUNCH SERVICE — INSIDE
Lunch items will be available for purchase at the Hershey Lodge on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
LUNCH SERVICE — OUTSIDE
Food trucks will be in the outdoor exhibit area during these times: Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m. Monday: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday: 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
BREAKFAST SERVICE — OUTSIDE
Monday: 7:30 to 10 a.m. Tuesday: 7:30 to 10 a.m.
At the food truck closest to the Chocolate Lobby.
JOIN US FOR DESSERT WITH DAVE
Sunday evening from 8 to 9 p.m. in the Aztec Room
Have an ice cream sundae and other desserts on us. Free to all attendees.
DON’T MISS THE DELEGATE/ EXHIBITOR BREAKFAST MIXER!
Monday and Tuesday starting at 7:30 a.m. in the Exhibit Hall
Enjoy a free light breakfast with the exhibitors Monday and Tuesday mornings in the exhibit hall.
Hershey Lodge Restaurants
The Lodge has a number of restaurants open to conference delegates, although their availability is subject to change:
� THE BEARS’ DEN: Lunch and dinner (plus a full-service bar).
� COCOA BEANERY: Coffee, snacks, sandwiches, and ice cream.
� REVELRY: Dinner (plus a full-service bar).
� FIRE & GRAIN: Breakfast and dinner (plus a full-service bar).
� COCOA CABANA: Snacks and beverages by the pool.
PSATS has arranged for conference participants to receive a 10% “Show Your Badge” discount on meals at many area restaurants. Consult the con ference welcome packet you will receive upon arrival at the Hershey Lodge for a list of restaurants participating in this discount program.
HOURS & AVAILABILITY
Please note that the hours and availability of these attractions, restaurants, and facilities are subject to change.
Meet, Mingle & Merchandise
Is this your first conference? Not sure where to go, what to do, or how to get there? Well, come to Cocoa Suites 4 & 5, and we’ll have someone ready to help you find your way and answer your questions.
Play the SCANTrivia Game at the Conference and Win Some Great Prizes!
If you’ve got a smartphone, then you’ve got game.
Be prepared to have some fun, earn points, and win prizes in the interactive game that PSATS is bringing back at its 2023 Conference and Exhibit Show.
Scan the QR codes on our game wall, answer the questions right, and rack up the points.
Go to participating exhibit booths, interact with our exhibitors, scan their QR code, and answer those questions, too!
Then check the leader board to see how you’re doing. PSATS will have QR codes in other locations around the Lodge, too.
Thousands in Cash and Prizes!
u Highest score will get grand prize.
u Other prizes will be randomly selected by point score tiers.
To play, be sure you have downloaded a QR Code Reader app onto your phone. That’s all you need to do to be ready to POINT, CLICK, AND WIN! We will send more instructions closer to the conference.
No Rate Increase for 2023!
$175 Price per person through March 31 $225 Price per person after March 31
Non-Member Rates: $225 Price per person through March 31 $275 Price per person after March 31
Your badge is your ticket. If you lose your badge, it will cost $50 for a replacement.
Guests: $90 Price per person through March 31 $100 Price per person after March 31
Guests must register for the conference and wear their name badge for access to all conference activities and guest programs, including the exhibit areas and Welcome Recep tion. The guest registration fee is only for guests of township officials and employees.
After you have registered and paid, you will click the Hotel Reserva tions button to make reservations. A credit card is needed to reserve the room but is not charged at that time. An immediate acknowledg ment will be sent to the email provided and a confirmation from the hotel will be sent by March 22, 2023.
PSATS Conference Help Desk
Phone: 717-763-0930, ext. 190
Conference Registration FAQ
� To register, go to conference.psats.org.
� Make sure to use your PSATS ID number to receive the lowest registration rate.
Conference registration cancellations received through March 31 will be assessed an administrative fee of $50 per member/non-member registration and $25 per guest registration. No refunds will be made for conference registration cancellations received after March 31.
Cancellation policies differ for each hotel and will be noted on the confirmation received from the hotel. Any hotel changes or cancel lations before March 31 must be done by the individual through PSATS, 717-763-0930 ext. 189. Any hotel changes or cancellations after March 31 must be done by the individual through the hotel. No refunds on any meals or events will be given for any cancel lation after April 15.
For detailed information on how to register, go to conference.psats.org.
BETWEEN THE HERSHEY LODGE AND OTHER CONFERENCE
PSATS is once again offering a shuttle service that will run continuously from noon to 10 p.m. on Sunday, 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, and 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Tuesday between the Hershey Lodge and all other conference hotels.
A list of these locations can be found on the “2023 Confer ence Housing Directory & Shut tle Bus Map” on page 15 and at conference.psats.org.
The free shuttle will pick up and drop off passengers at the Chocolate Lobby portico at the Hershey Lodge and at the front entrance or shuttle pickup loca tion of each conference hotel.
If you stay at a non-confer ence hotel, you will need to drive to the Giant Center to get the shuttle.
BETWEEN THE HERSHEY LODGE AND SATELLITE PARKING AREA
PSATS is offering a shuttle service that will run continuously from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Mon day and 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. on Tuesday between the Hershey Lodge and a satellite parking lot near the Giant Center.
The free shuttle will pick up and drop off passengers at the Chocolate Lobby portico at the Hershey Lodge and at the trol ley stop #2 guest house in the Giant Center parking lot, which is marked by a “PSATS” banner.
Please note: There is no satellite parking shuttle run ning on Sunday to the Giant Center.
The PSATS Conference Registration and Hotel Reservations open Tuesday, January 10, 2023, at 9 a.m. at conference.psats.org Register online to get the lower rate for PSATS’ 2023 Annual
Conference (paper forms will still be accepted by mail or fax, but an additional $25 administrative fee per registration will apply.) Paper forms and disability forms are available at conference.psats.org
1K = $125 1.5
#5 HAMPTON INN & SUITES HERSHEY (CHOCOLATE AVE.) 3 PM 11 AM 717 533 8400 2Q, 1K = $130 Suite = $160 2.9
#6 HAMPTON INN & SUITES NEAR THE PARK (ROUTE 39)
#7 HERSHEY LODGE
#8 HERSHEYPARK CAMPING RESORT
3 PM 11 AM 717 566 3369 2Q, 1K = $134 4.0
4 PM 11 AM 717 533 3311
3 PM 11 AM & 1 PM
888 710 0917
#9 HILTON GARDEN INN HERSHEY
#10 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS HERSHEY
1P = $207 2P = $211
Deluxe 1 Bdrm Cabin = $135 Deluxe 2 Bdrm Cabin = $165 RV Full Hook up = $59
3 PM 11 AM 717 566 9292 2Q, 1K = $154 1.9
3 PM 11 AM 717 583 0500 2Q = $134 1.6
#11 THE HOTEL HERSHEY 4 PM 12 PM 717 533 2171 Hotel Room: 1P = $250, 2P = $259 Cottage Room: 1P = $350, 2P = $359 3.6
#12 HOWARD JOHNSON BY WYNDHAM
3 PM 11 AM 717 533 9157 2Q = $109 3.0
#13 SPRINGHILL SUITES BY MARRIOTT 3 PM 11 AM 717 583 2222 2Q Suite = $142 1K Suite = $132 3.8
#14 SUPER 8 BY WYNDHAM HERSHEY 3 PM 11 AM 717 534 1600 2Q = $115 1.2
Hotel Reservation FAQ
� Reservations for the Association room blocks must be made through our Group Reservation System.
� A credit card will be required to guarantee the hotel reser vation. Check with the hotel on their payment and cancellation policies.
� Each facility reserves the right to bill you for early departures.
� Your selected facility will send a room confirmation directly to you by March 22, 2023.
� The room rates quoted above do not reflect applicable state and local room occupancy taxes (currently 11%).
� Accommodations will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. You can be added to a waitlist for any hotel by contacting the PSATS Conference Help Desk at (717) 763-0930, ext. 190.
� A minimum two-night stay is required to book rooms at the Hershey Lodge and the Hotel Hershey.
� A limited number of disability rooms are available at the Her shey Lodge. Please submit a “PSATS Disability Lodging Request” form to PSATS by January 20, 2023. This form is available at conference.psats.org.
map and more information visit conference.psats.org
Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors
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