About the Community:
Incorporated from Codorus Township, December 11, 1866, and named for President Thomas Jefferson, the town was laid out by Frederic Kraft in 1812. The village of Codorus is within the borough limits of Jefferson. In action which resulted in the Battle of Hanover, a part of the Confederate Army rested in this borough before destroying the railroad bridges at Hanover Junction. Visit us for a historical tour!
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To reach any of our Financial Centers by phone, please call 717-846-1970 or 888-846-1970 and a representative will be happy to assist you.