October 3, 2017
The City of Lancaster has partnered with Penn State Cooperative Extension and the DEP for a free tire collection on Saturday, November 11 from 7 to 11 am at 421 S. Broad Street, Lancaster. Tires provide an excellent habitat for mosquitoes, particularly the Asian tiger mosquito, a potential vector of Zika virus. Tires may also provide habitat for a number of other mosquito species that may be a nuisance or spread other diseases, such as West Nile Virus. In response to the potential hazard, the Lancaster County Mosquito-Borne Disease Program is conducting a one-day tire collection to promote... read more
September 28, 2017
Mayor  J. Richard Gray, the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and Wells Fargo joined in an event today to celebrate a 2017 First Place CommunityWINS (Working/Investing in Neighborhood Stabilization) Grant Award for Small cities (Less than 75,000 population). An award in the amount of $150,000 was presented to the Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County for its work with the CAPital Workforce Program – is a construction training initiative focused on renovating distressed homes in primarily high-poverty neighborhoods in Lancaster City. CAP hires workers that have barriers to... read more
September 28, 2017
In a previous letter dated August 31, 2017, the City stated that because of problems with the production of raw materials due to recent hurricanes, we were pushing back the schedule of phase 1A and 1B.  Since the last letter, the supplier of the structural liner has informed us that they will not be able to produce the structural liner this year to meet our schedule.  Instead of using the structural liner, the City has opted to replace the water main in phase 1A, where the temporary water line is currently in use, with ductile iron piping. This change necessitated the City to bid out this... read more
September 22, 2017
1. Due to popular demand, static IP leasing is now available for an additional $19.99 per month. For additional questions or concerns, please contact customer support. 2. Crews have been installing network extensions in the southeast and northwest areas of the city. The following blocks recently received network extensions: South Anne St, South Marshall St, 200 Block of West Chestnut, and 300 Block of West Marion 3. Crews have been distributing fliers in southeast and northwest areas of the city. Residents who have received these fliers are encouraged to sign up before the posted date on... read more
September 15, 2017
1. In partnership with the City of Lancaster, LanCity Connect will be hosting a special Facebook Live event. During this event, residents and visitors will be able to ask questions and stay informed. More information on this event will be coming soon. 2.Residents in the southeast are encouraged to register for LanCity Connect services to ensure installation happens during Phase One. 3. Recently, LanCity Connect released promotional codes for $15 off your first monthly bill. These discounts can be found as Spanish American Civic (SACA) locations and in Lancaster Newspaper (LNP) La Voz. 4.... read more
September 14, 2017
The FREE Lancaster Letterpress Fair will feature 20+ vendors, food trucks, large format print competitions, live demonstrations, and hands-on activities for all ages. The fair will be held on the 300 block of North Queen Street in Downtown Lancaster.  Both lanes of the 300 block of North Queen Street will close starting at 8 am. Large trucks please detour Church Street to Lime Street or Chestnut Street to Lime Street, from North Queen Street. Both lanes will reopen at 6 pm.   Road Closures 8:00 am                 Both lanes of the 300 block of N. Queen Street closed 6:00 pm                ... read more
September 8, 2017
1) Last week our crews were installing fiber drops to customers on the 300 and 400 blocks of West Chestnut Street. 2) Our crews also began the preliminary stages of construction in the Southeast neighborhoods. 3) Any customer who receives a post card on their door are able to call customer service to schedule their internal installation (please see link below in conjuncture with this announcement). 4) Any customer who received on their door are encouraged to sign up by the date placed on the door knocker in order to receive a fiber drop before we close Phase 1 of deployment (please see link... read more
September 6, 2017
This study will achieve multiple objectives: 1. An examination of current fire station conditions and locations in the City of Lancaster. 2. The study will help the City to develop station placement guidelines that follow and are in accordance with Insurance Services Office, the National Fire Protection Association Standards, and an established Standard of Response Cover. 3. The study will help determine adequacy of fire station location and future placement of fire facilities. This will validate that citizens are getting the best possible protection based on their location to the nearest... read more
September 6, 2017
FALLEN TREES Residents and property owners should contact the Streets Bureau at (717) 291-4835 to report any trees that have fallen and are blocking sidewalks or streets to ensure we have all locations on our working list. If a street tree has fallen into the street, the city will remove those trees. This is our immediate priority. However, if there are downed wires, our crews must wait for PPL to clear those wires so our crews can work safely.  After streets have been cleared, we will help clean up other trees that may be blocking sidewalks, or have fallen on cars, etc. so that school... read more

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