September 2, 2016
NOTICE City of Lancaster, Pennsylvania Regarding the City’s Federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL PROGRAM CHANGES The City of Lancaster proposes substantial amendments to its CDBG programs to add an activity and amend one activity in Lancaster’s Fiscal Year 2016 “Annual Action Plan”. It is proposed that $10,000 in unspent 2015 CDBG funds be used to add a new Crime Prevention Program under the Lancaster City Alliance. Funds will be used to expand the Bike Ambassador Program in a 10-block area in the Northeast of the City. It is also proposed that the Fair... read more
September 1, 2016
We're building a park! Coming soon to Holly Pointe Park: a great new place to play! On Tuesday, October 4, 2016, volunteers from the Pennsylvania Municipal League, the City of Lancaster, and the Lancaster Recreation Commission will build a great new place for kids to play in ONE day. The playground will be at Holly Pointe Park, at the corner of Red Maple Rd. and Holly Ln. The project is in partnership with KaBOOM!, the national nonprofit dedicated to giving kids the childhood they deserve by bringing play to those who need it most. But, before the playground can be built, it must be designed... read more
August 23, 2016
On August 27, the fourth annual Lancaster Craft Beerfest is returning to the vibrant, growing, and creative city of Lancaster. The event will be held from 3:00 to 7:30 pm in Binns Park and Lancaster Square. The 100 block of North Queen Street will be closed from 10:00 am to 9:00 pm. There will be breweries in Binns Park and Lancaster Square, a "food court" and various craft beer related venders on North Queen Street, and live music playing in Binns Park. For many residents of Lancaster City this means the festival will just be a short walk away. For non-city residents there are parking... read more
August 10, 2016
The City of Lancaster is proud to announce a residential fiber optic network, LanCity Connect.  LanCity Connect is a community-based broadband solution connecting friends, neighbors, and local businesses to the Internet. Brought to you by City of Lancaster, and powered by MAW Communications, LanCity Connect is a unique partnership that will bring high speed, affordable internet access to the individuals who live, work, and play in Lancaster. This fiber to the home network will offer residential and business internet connectivity at symmetrical speeds of up to 1 Gbps.    LanCity Connect will... read more
August 2, 2016
On Wednesday, August 3, between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm, contractors will be detouring both Queen Street and King Street at Penn Square as a new overhead traffic signal pole is installed and the old one is removed.      - Motorists heading north on Queen Street will be forced to detour east on King Street        (to Lime-Orange-Queen).      - Motorists heading east on King Street will be forced to detour north on Queen Street        (to Chestnut-Duke-King). Flaggers will be present to help traffic flow and to prevent cross-street issues and intersection blockages. Additionally, we will... read more
July 26, 2016
The famous Budweiser Clydesdales are coming to Lancaster! On Thursday, August 4, the Clydesdales Hitch is scheduled to appear at the Clipper Magazine Stadium, 650 North Prince Street at 3 pm. There will be a procession through the City from roughly 3:45 to 5:15 (see route information below). The Hitch will then return to Clipper Magazine Stadium until 6 pm.  Route:  Starting at Clipper Magazine Stadium  South on Prince Street  East on King Street  North on Duke Street  West on Orange Street  North on Queen Street  West on Clay Street  Back to Clipper Magazine Stadium  There will be stops at... read more
July 8, 2016
The on-going violence and loss of life that our Country has witnessed over the recent past, including the massacre of peace officers in Dallas, serves as a chilling reminder that we have a long way to go in achieving ‘a more perfect union’. Violence that stems from stereotypes based on race or profession diminishes our own humanity and is a threat to the unity and peace to which we aspire. All whose lives are ended by violence have parents, spouses, and children who suffer profound and long-lasting grief and loss. We condemn violence and the hatred that begets violence. These are times that... read more
June 23, 2016
Customers in the Park City area may be experiencing brown or discolored water today. The cause is currently unknown, and Water T&D is investigating. If you have questions, call (717) 291-4818 or (717) 291-4816 if it's after hours.
June 21, 2016
A newly relined main on Fordney Road was flushed this morning. This work has been completed, however water may still be discolored. Water should clear in several hours. Fordney Road and Grandview Heights area are affected. If you have any questions, please contact the Water Quality Lab at 291-4818.
June 17, 2016
Below is a list of events taking place around the City this weekend that impact the general public. Please take note of all park and road closures and plan accordingly. SIP Wine in the Park Saturday, June 18 3 - 6 pm Musser Park Ticketed, 21+ event - majority of Musser Park closed to the public from 11 am to 8 pm. The playground is NOT closed. Lancaster Pride Sunday, June 19 12 - 6 pm Binns Park, Lancaster Square & 100 block of North Queen Street 100 block of North Queen Street closed from 8 am to 8 pm. Race Avenue Criterium (bicycling event) Sunday, June 19 8 am - 6 pm Route begins at... read more

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