South Hazel Street and North Linden Street – Contracts have been awarded for these projects, with preliminary work (ADA ramps and storm sewer at Swan Park) anticipated to begin in late May/early June, with paving work likely in late July/early August. Additional project information will be provided to residents as the projects approach.
South Hazel Street – Extending from High Street to Stiegel Street. This project will utilize the full-depth reclamation process between Ferdinand and Stiegel which will essentially reconstruct the entire street. Between High and Ferdinand, the street has a concrete base and will therefore be milled and overlayed in this section.
UGI will also be replacing a gas main in South Hazel Street between High and Ferdinand ahead of this project. This work is currently underway. Residents along S Hazel will be receiving additional information directly from UGI. Parking restrictions will be posted during construction.
North Linden Street – Extending from High Street to Gramby Street. This project will utilize the full-depth reclamation process which will essentially reconstruct the entire street.
West High/Market Square – UGI Gas Main Project and PennDOT Paving Project
May 9 Update – UGI has completed their gas main work in Market Square, with trench restoration work now underway and anticipated to be completed by Memorial Day.
PennDOT’s West High St/Market Square paving project will begin the last week of May with seeding and restoration work at ADA ramps and other areas. Patching and milling will occur during the first two weeks of June, with paving following immediately thereafter, anticipated to last for approximately one week. Line and crosswalk striping will take place upon completion of paving, and should be complete by July 1st. The schedule is subject to weather conditions, and we will provide any updates as they are provided to us by PennDOT.
Temporary side street closures along West High Street will occur during construction, and flaggers will be directing traffic through the work zone. Temporary parking restrictions will also be in place as needed during construction.
2018 Completed Projects
PennDOT’s Main St/PA 72 Paving Project: Project 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 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 complete!
Click on videos below to see the before and after conditions that have resulted from this project! The “after” video is from the exact same location – the adjacent building is the old Bickles building which is being redeveloped (the portion with the railing has since been demolished), and the white house across the street with the peeling paint from last year has since been painted black. The residents and business owners along this stretch no longer have the splash they previously had which had been dirtying and damaging their buildings, and it is also in an infill redevelopment area that is already generating pedestrian traffic – which was impossible on a rainy day prior to this project – and the property is only developed at a small fraction of the total.
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
2017 and Earlier 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
For information specifically related to stormwater runoff, please visit the following page: Stormwater Management
The Borough is currently working through the process to apply to FEMA to be a part of the Community Rating System (CRS) which will provide a discounted rate for flood insurance to Manheim Borough property owners. Over the past year, we have gone through the initial feasibility and assessment, and it has been determined that we will be eligible for the CRS. Our application to FEMA will occur in early 2019. From the time of application to approval may take approximately 18-24 months, at which time the discounted rates will take effect.
For information specifically related to flooding, please visit the following page: Flood Information
STORM WATER INLETS – Please keep an eye on any inlets near your house and keep them clear if you can – if not, ask your neighbors to help or call into the Borough office if the job looks too big for you to handle. If you see excessive ponding of water near an inlet please contact the Borough office.
SUMP PUMPS – Please remember that the Borough requires that all sump pumps go through grass or yards before getting into our storm water system. Also, no sump pump systems are permitted to be pumped directly into the sanitary (public sewer) system or directly onto a street or alley. If your system is connected to the sewer, it must be disconnected immediately. If you are not sure, please feel free to contact the Authority and their staff will be able to help you figure that out. The extra water in the system puts a strain on the sewer treatment plant and can result in problems for the Authority and increased cost for you.
In addition, please monitor the storm water facilities that you see or live near. If you see something that looks wrong or that is causing these facilities to be polluted or blocked, please call the Borough office at (717) 665-2461.
- Sediment leaving a construction site during a storm or being carried out onto the public road
- Spills (Chemical, Gas, Oil)
- Illegal dumping activity into streams or storm water facilities
- Dry weather flows from outfalls into streams (at least 72 hours after a storm)
Storm Water Management – NPDES and MS4 Programs
- MCM 1 – Public education and outreach
- MCM 2 – Public participation and involvement
- MCM 3 – Illicit discharge detection and elimination
- MCM 4 – Construction site runoff control
- MCM 5 – Post-construction storm water management in new development and redevelopment
- MCM 6 – Pollution prevention and good housekeeping for municipal operations and maintenance
More information on this program is available from the Pennsylvania DEP website.PA DEP MS4 Resource Page
Click Here>> 2017-07-07 PRP Plan – DRAFT
for Manheim Borough’s Chesapeake Bay Pollutant Reduction Plan, as required by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection in order to meet the terms of the 2018-2023 MS4 Permit Cycle.
504 Adele Ave
Manheim, PA 17545-1218
(717) 665-5900 (during summer pool hours only)
All pool memberships can be purchased directly through Lititz Rec.
Call 717-626-5096 or click HERE for details.
2019 Pool Dates:
Open Saturday May 25th (FREE POOL DAY!), Sunday May 26th and Monday May 27th (Memorial Day)
Closed Tuesday May 28th through Friday May 31st
Open Saturday June 1st and Sunday June 2nd
Closed Monday June 3rd through Thursday June 6th
Open daily beginning Friday June 7th through Sunday August 25th
Closed Monday August 26th through Friday August 30th
Open Saturday August 31st through Monday September 2nd (labor Day), then closed for the season.
Monday Through Saturday: Noon – 8pm, Sunday: Noon – 7pm
A friends of the pool group has formed to plan fun activities for the pool this summer. Click on following link for flyer >> Manheim Pool 2019 Flyer!
If you would be interested in helping out or would like more information, please email Kim Kirchner at email@example.com
St. Paul UCC
50 North Main Street
Grace Brethren Church
333 East High Street
REMEMBER TO VOTE!
CLICK HERE to see the updates on the MCSD construction projects.
- Chiques Creek Watershed Alliance
- Manheim Area Water and Sewer Authority
- Historic Manheim Preservation Foundation
- Hope Fire Company No. 1
- Lancaster County
- Manheim Area Chamber of Commerce
- Manheim Borough Police Department
- Manheim Community Farm Show
- Manheim Community Library
- Manheim Historical Society
- Manheim Regional Emergency Management
- Red Rose Transit
- Stiegel Glassworks
Part-Time Administrative Assistant
Manheim Borough, Lancaster County is accepting applications for the position of Part-time Administrative Assistant. A full job description and application instructions are available below. Applications accepted until position is filled. E.O.E.
Please submit letter of interest, application and resume to James R Fisher, Borough Manager at JimFisher@ManheimBoro.org .
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 Welcome 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, 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.
Where can I find information about flooding in the Borough?
Please visit our page dedicated to flood related issues and information – click on Flood Information on the vertical menu on the left sidebar. If you still have questions, please contact:
Manheim Borough Office
15 East High Street
Manheim, PA 17545
Who do I talk to about issues related to stormwater runoff or flood maps?
Please first check the Stormwater Management link on the vertical menu on the left sidebar as that contains valuable information and resources. 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
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.
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