Gillespie Announces Stay-At-Home Order for York County
HARRISBURG – Rep. Keith Gillespie (R-Hellam) today announced that the governor has issued a stay-at-home order for York County. York County is one of 19 counties now on the list.

The order becomes active on Friday, March 27, at 8 p.m. and lasts through April 6. Under this order, individuals must stay at home except to perform certain essential activities – including tasks to maintain health and safety, obtain supplies for the household, care for a family member or pet, and perform work at a life-sustaining business.

“There is no doubt that these are difficult times for us all, and a stay-at-home order is a drastic step,” said Gillespie. “The most important thing for us now is to do all we can to limit the spread of coronavirus and flatten the curve. Though our district office will be closed to walk-in traffic, we will continue to answer your calls from a remote location.”

Those who wish to contact Gillespie’s district office for any state-related issues should do so by calling 717-840-4711 or visiting his website at

On Monday, March 23, the governor issued the first stay-at-home order to seven Pennsylvania counties. In the days since, 12 more counties have been added, including York County. More information on what the order means can be found here.

Representative Keith Gillespie
47th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives