Manheim Borough Bulletin Board 

Bookmark this page and check back often to keep up to date on important happenings in your community. 


There are still leaves on the trees, and the snow is falling!  Just a reminder that snow and ice must be cleared from sidewalks within 24 hours after the precipitation has ended, and that snow and ice are not permitted to be shoveled or thrown onto the streets.  Looking forward to a sunny weekend in the 40s!


Trash pickup was suspended for the day on Thursday due to the weather.  Remaining pickups will resume today (Friday).

Fall Leaf Pickup

Leaves will be picked up November 17th and December 1st, 8th and 15th.  Leaves should be placed in Brown Kraft Bags, which can be picked up at the Borough Building on East High Street or Public Works Building entrance on West Colebrook Street.  Note that these bags are for Borough residents ONLY.  They should be placed curbside Friday Night for Saturday Early Morning Pickup.  No Tags are required and there is no limit on the amount you can put out each week.


Click Here for the newly adopted Lancaster County Places 2040 Comprehensive Plan


IMPORTANT NOTICE!  If you were affected by the flooding that occurred on August 31st, please click HERE for important information on Federal Aid availability.


For ongoing updates on the construction projects planned and underway in the Borough, please click on Current Projects on left sidebar (NOTE: includes UGI West High St Project Update).


Click above image for brochure – click below for more details

Click here for updated recycling information 

Click Here for New Recycling FAQs

IMPORTANT! Please remember that trash of any kind is not permitted to be placed into the yard waste or leaf bags!  Placing trash with the yard waste is illegal, and will also jeopardize the Borough’s ability to continue to offer this service to our residents.

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 has removed trees along the path from the covered bridge to White Oak Road.  The remainder of the wooded area north and south of the path is closed to the general public for safety reasons.


 Click Here for information regarding LERTA – Local Economic Revitalization Tax Assistance – which provides tax incentives for investing in properties in the Borough


Click link for information regarding lead based paint remediation assistance.  Click Here

Click here for information regarding severe weather and other emergency preparations

For flood mapping information, please click on Stormwater Management in the left sidebar.

Click for Zoning Hearing Board – Upcoming Hearing(s) 


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