Manheim Borough Bulletin Board 

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Due to infestation from the Emerald Ash Borer, a number of trees will be removed from Memorial Park the week of 9/26.  Unfortunately most of the trees at Memorial Park are Ash trees and have been affected to the point of being beyond treatment.  The Borough is working on a plan to manage this problem, beginning with the removal of the trees that pose the most significant hazard to the public.  A plan will also be developed to plant new trees that are not affected by this insect.

New Code Enforcement Officer Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 1 PM to 3 PM.  During other hours, please call Commonwealth Code directly at 664-2347 Ext 410

Lancaster County Tire Collection – Click here for details>>Tire Collection Notice

Click here for Aaron’s Acres video 

There have been positive West Nile test results in the area which are being handled directly by the County Extension Office.  It is important to eliminate as many standing/stagnant areas of water as possible.  Please visit westnile.state.pa.us/action for more information.


Mark your calendar – Manheim Area Chamber of Commerce Job Fair October 6, 2016 During Farm Show Week! – JOB Fair Flyer PDF

IMPORTANT – Open Burning of waste materials is prohibited within the Borough (SECTION F Open Burning)

Click Here for Important Stormwater Management Information for Homeowners, Residents, and Contractors

If any resident sees storm drains that are clogged with debris, please contact the Borough office.  With the leaves beginning to fall, we want to make sure all of our drains are clear and able to safely carry away stormwater runoff.

Grass Cutting Season is winding down, and fall cleanup time is quickly approaching!  Please remember that discharging or blowing of grass or leaves into the streets is STRICTLY PROHIBITED.  This can cause slippery conditions when wet, clogs our storm water drains, and contributes to the degradation of our streams and the Chesapeake Bay.

The Susquehanna River Basin Commission has installed live stream cams (click here) at the Chiques Creek, upstream from the Borough.

FEMA Flood Map Information

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