Manheim Borough Bulletin Board
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We have been informed that PPL will be replacing a pole at 19 West Stiegel Street all day Thursday & Friday (February 23 & 24) starting at 8:00 AM. No Parking Signs are being posted. There will be flaggers and one lane of traffic, all buses and emergency vehicles will be able to pass through this area.
Parking restrictions will be in place on North Main Street during the week of February 27th to allow for state contractors to upgrade traffic signal wiring through the Borough.
With the potential for winter weather still not completely behind us, here are some reminders for residents:
Snow may not be blown, plowed or shoveled into the streets.
Sidewalks must be cleared at least 3 feet wide no later than 12 hours after the precipitation has ended.
Since it is often not possible to avoid having snow from being plowed onto sidewalks and driveways, it is best to wait until your street has been plowed to clear these areas.
Should you ever see especially dangerous areas of snow or ice accumulations, please contact the Borough office or email the Borough Manager.
Primary roads and streets will be plowed first.
If any resident sees storm drains that are clogged with debris, please contact the Borough office. We want to make sure all of our drains are clear and able to safely carry away stormwater runoff to prevent refreezing and ice build-up.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Summer. The Mummau Park Playground Program will be returning again this year. Please click here for more details. 2017 Manheim Summer Playground Flyer
IMPORTANT – Open Burning of waste materials, including leaves and brush, is prohibited within the Borough (SECTION F Open Burning)
Due to infestation from the Emerald Ash Borer, a number of trees have been removed from Memorial Park. 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, which began with the removal of the trees that posed the most significant hazard to the public. A plan will also be developed to plant new trees that are not affected by this insect.