The Lancaster NAACP, the Lancaster City Bureau of Police, the School District of Lancaster, and Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology are collaborating on a preparatory course for individuals interested in applying for the city police recruitment testing process. The pilot course will meet at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, 750 E. King St. It will run for five consecutive Saturday mornings from 9:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m. It will begin on Saturday, July 27, and continue on August 3, 20, 17, and 24.
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Welcome to the City of Lancaster!
A relatively small city of 7 square miles and 60,000 residents, Lancaster City is located within driving distance of Washington DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Delaware beaches and the Jersey shore. But the City of Lancaster is about so much more than our geographic location. Lancaster City is a place where historic preservation and a cutting-edge arts scene live and thrive side by side; a city of neighborhoods that are safe and welcoming; a city that encourages entrepreneurship and investment; a city that values the cultural, ethnic, and diverse lifestyles of our residents and guests.
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Watch in Lancaster through 10 p.m. on Sunday, July 21. Daytime temperatures could reach 100 degrees, with a heat index of 110-115 degrees.
Penn Waste will begin collection at 4 a.m. on Thursday, July 18 and Friday, July 19. All Thursday and Friday customers should place their trash and recycling at the curb the night before.
MAYOR SORACE JOINS CITY LEADERS FROM AROUND THE WORLD IN THIRD CLASS OF BLOOMBERG HARVARD CITY LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE
Yearlong program provides 40 mayors with world-class executive training and coaching to help deliver results for cities
Mayor Sorace is ready to explore the latest in leadership and management practices, as one of 40 mayors chosen for an intensive education program with the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.