Robin Lindsey has served on the Board of Supervisors since 2014. She is committed to serving the residents of the Township by continuing to provide good government for a great community. She is very grateful for the opportunities afforded to her over the past years while serving as a Supervisor. By virtue of being a lifelong Township resident, she feels an obligation to “give back” to the community that has given her and her family so much.
Mrs. Lindsey represents the Township as the Representative to the Council of Governments and Delegate to the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors. She also serves as Township Treasurer. She is a member of the Lower Paxton Township Authority and also the Treasurer of the Authority. Mrs. Lindsey is a graduate of the Lower Paxton Township Citizen’s Police Academy and the Pennsylvania Municipal Government Academy Graduate program.
Mrs. Lindsey is a graduate of Central Dauphin High School and a graduate of Empire Beauty School. She was a small business owner for 35 years in the township before retiring in 2019. Prior to becoming a Township supervisor, Mrs. Lindsey served on the Township’s Planning Commission from 2009 until 2014, when she assumed her position as Supervisor.
Mrs. Lindsey has been very active in the community. She is a member of Tree of Life Lutheran Church, Harrisburg Chapter of Eastern Star, a life member of the Central Dauphin Alumni Association, Heroes Grove Committee, Paxtang Lions Club, Lenker Manor Paxtang Women’s Club, Dauphin County Council of Republican Women, serving as a director and Past President. She volunteers with the Nutri Packs Program through Central Dauphin School District.
While serving on the board, Mr.s Lindsey has been involved in updating our website, adding multi-media communication to our residents and updating our television equipment. She was an advocate for allowing a tax credit to be given to volunteer firefighters in appreciation for their dedicated service to the residents of Lower Paxton Township. In addition, Mrs. Lindsey was instrumental in establishing the police K-9 unit in 2015 and adding an additional K-9 in 2018. She continues to work on public safety, replacing the Township sewer system and reducing sediment going into the Chesapeake Bay with a new storm water management system.
Mrs. Lindsey and her husband Joe have three children and three grandchildren.