Manheim Borough Bulletin Board
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South Penn St from the railroad to Fuller will be closed for UGI gas main work beginning Monday December 4th.
Gramby St between N Hazel and N Linden will be closed Monday December 11 and Wednesday December 13 for utility work associated with the new elementary school construction.
North Wolf St will be closed to through traffic between Adele Ave and Colebrook/Main St on Thursday December 14th for tree removal work. Trash pickup will occur as usual, prior to street closing.
REMINDER: As winter has finally arrived, please note that snow and ice must be removed from sidewalks (minimum 3 feet wide path) within 12 hours after the storm has ended.
However, snow and ice is not allowed to be shoveled or blown onto any street.
If you see clogged storm drain inlets, please call into the Borough office to let us know.
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
The Cardboard Dumpsters have been relocated from the Wolf Street Public Parking Lot to the Logan Park parking lot off of West Ferdinand Street with the other cardboard dumpsters.
The Magazine Dumpster has also been located here – and remember the magazine dumpster is for magazines ONLY…no other paper, cardboard, or other trash is permitted to be placed in this dumpster!
Click link for information regarding lead based paint remediation assistance. Click Here
Click here for information regarding severe weather and other emergency preparations