Current Projects

2018 Projects

UGI Gas Main Project 

Please check back here for project updates that we will post as soon we receive them from UGI.

Please click below link for NEW project update as of 12-4-18:

UGI-Penn St. Manheim – Community Message – New Construction Schedule

PennDOT’s West High St Paving Project has been postponed until 2019 due to the above UGI project.


PennDOT’s Main St/PA 72 Paving Project: Paving is complete!

Traffic Signal Battery Backup Project – The Borough was awarded a Green Light-Go grant from PennDOT for the installation of battery backup power supply for all traffic signals in the Borough.  This project is now complete!

South Charlotte Street repaving project. This project is now complete!

North Main Street (PA 72) Stormwater Improvements – The Borough was awarded a $200,000 Community Development Block Grant to install storm sewers from Danner Alley to Gramby Street.  This project will help reduce the amount of stormwater on Main Street and the resulting splash onto adjacent sidewalks and buildings.  This project is now complete! 

Click on video below to see the problem that will be addressed by this project!

Click Here for ABC27 News Clip on the Main Street Storm Sewer Project!

2019 Projects

South Hazel Street – Extending from High Street to Stiegel Street, and North Linden Street – Extending from High Street to Gramby Street.  Both are scheduled for the summer of 2019 and will utilize the full-depth reclamation process which will essentially reconstruct the entire street.  UGI will also be replacing a gas main in South Hazel Street ahead of this project.

Memorial Park Veterans’ Memorial – Plans are underway for a veteran’s memorial at Memorial Park.  This project is being undertaken by a group of volunteer veterans. MEMORIAL PLAZA SKETCH (enlarged)  MEMORIAL PLAZA SKETCH (note these plans are current under revision and being finalized…more information will follow)  Click here for more information

Completed projects:

The purpose of the 2017 street projects was primarily that of preventive maintenance in order to extend the life of the affected streets and to allow the Borough to utilize our limited funds in a more efficient manner.  Similar to what many people do with residential driveways and parking lots, the seal coat helps to prevent water from seeping into and below the surface.  This water, along with the freeze/thaw cycles, are the primary cause of pot holes and more significant street damage, which results in the need for more extensive (and expensive) repairs.

Wolf Street Parking Lot – New lighting has been installed, enhancing night-time visibility and safety, and the surface has been re-sealed.  The Cardboard Dumpsters have been permanently relocated to the parking lot at Logan Park off of Ferdinand Street.

Police/EMS Building Project: Construction is complete.  The police are now operating out of the new building.  Emergency Services Campus

Chiques Creek Sediment Removal (72 @ Fruitville Pike) – Work has been completed for the removal of sediment from the Chiques Creek.  This will greatly enhance capacity and flow through this area. Chiques Creek sediment removal plans

Adele Ave Stormwater improvements:  The project is now complete. 2015-10-01 – Adele Avenue plans (BID SET)

Stiegel & Penn Street: Resurfacing/Stormwater Project: This project is now complete.   2014-07-14 – West Stiegel and Penn Street Improvements (BID SET)

Logan Park Restoration Project: This project has been completed. LoganPark_NFWF_Maps




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The answers to most questions can be found on our website – take some time to browse, click on drop-down menus and links.  Current information and notices will normally be posted right on our front page which we refer to as our Borough Bulletin Board.  We encourage you to bookmark that page and visit often.  Our goal is to be as open and transparent as possible, and to keep our residents informed of important happenings in our community.

Where can I find Council meeting minutes and agendas?
Under the “Government” dropdown menu, hover mouse over “Borough Council” and you’ll see “Upcoming  Agenda and Associated Information” and “Council Minutes”.

What is the Municipal Service Fee (Now known as the Trash and Recycling Fee)?
The Municipal Service Fee, now known as the Trash and Recycling Fee, is the brown slip that you will receive in January and July. It was reduced for 2017 and will now be $95 twice per year instead of $125 twice a year.  As the name implies, the fee covers trash and recycling. Checks can be made out to Manheim Borough. Please remember to pay this separately from your water/sewer bill (white bill), and to be sure payment is physically received in the Borough office by the deadline stated on the bill in order to avoid late charges and penalties.

When is trash and recycling picked up, and are there other special pickups throughout the year?
Please visit our trash and recycling page or call into the Borough office at 717-665-2461 for additional information.

Who do I talk to about issues related to stormwater runoff or flood maps?
Please first check the Stormwater Management link at left as that contains valuable information and resources, including a link to FEMA Flood Maps which allow you to zoom directly into any property location.  If you still have questions, please contact:

Manheim Borough Office
15 East High Street
Manheim, PA 17545

Who do I need to contact regarding my sewer/water bill?
Manheim Borough Authority – Candace Hoover
18 East High Street
Manheim, PA 17545

Zoning and Building permit questions?
Visit our Zoning and Codes page, or contact our Code Enforcement Officer, Donna Czeiner
717-665-2461 x14

Who takes care of roadkill disposal?
Manheim Borough Public Works

Is open burning allowed in the Borough?
Open Burning is not permitted anywhere in the Borough.

SECTION F Open Burning

Who is responsible for maintaining curbs and sidewalks?
Property owners are responsible to maintain, repair, and replace any curb or sidewalk areas that are damaged or unsafe.
Please contact the Code Enforcement Officer for questions.
Code Enforcement Officer, Donna Czeiner
717-665-2461 x14



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