December 10, 2013
Due to weather conditions, contract collection of trash and recycling has been suspended for Tuesday, December 10.  For the remainder of the week, collections will proceed under the “holiday” schedule meaning that collections will occur a day later beginning with Tuesday’s collection.  Although some collections were made on Tuesday, the route will be run again on Wednesday.  For those collection scheduled Wednesday – Friday, please set out trash and recycling a day later.  Friday collections should have trash and recycling at the curb by 2:00 a.m.  Questions should be directed to the Solid... read more
November 19, 2013
The new City Hall Annex is complete, and City Hall staff will relocate there during Thanksgiving week. While there will be no suspension of services during this time, customers should be advised to expect some inconveniences. Please be aware of the following information: On Friday, November 22nd at 3 PM, access to the network server for City Hall and Treasury office users will be suspended. This will impact all email, internet, and all billing and payment functions. Customers wishing to make payments on City accounts are advised to do so before 3 PM on November 22nd.   Phone service to City... read more
November 19, 2013
Due to the Thanksgiving holiday, city offices will be closed on Thursday, November 28 and Friday, November 29. Here are a few service reminders: - There will be NO street cleaning on Thursday and Friday. - Trash will be delayed one day for Thursday and Friday only. All others should put their trash and recycling curbside on their normal pick up day. For problems or inquires, please call the Solid Waste Hotline at 291-4744. Click here for the full trash/recycling and street cleaning calendar. The City of Lancaster wishes all residents a safe and happy Thanksgiving!
November 14, 2013
You may have heard about the unfortunate 4-alarm house fire on Coral Street on Wednesday, November 13. Luckily the occupants were not home at the time, but a dog died in the fire and the building was heavily damaged. The fire was accidental, but like many this time of year, was sparked by a space heater. While space heaters are great for heating small spaces for a short period of time, they pose potential risks if not used properly. Keep your home and family safe this fall and winter by reviewing the following tips*: #1 – Read the manufacturer’s instructions and any warning labels before use... read more
November 4, 2013
On Friday, October 31 the Lancaster Gateway Bundle was installed at Lancaster Brewing Company. Part green infrastructure project, part public art piece, the new addition to the Lancaster Brewing Company will greet those coming into the City via the Walnut & Plum Street intersection. Read on for a message from one of the artists.  Dear All, As I stood and looked at the sculpture yesterday, after the installers had left, I realized that what I was looking at was something truly special.  It's hard to put into words the feeling of looking at something that you have brought into the world,... read more
November 1, 2013
Next Tuesday is the first Tuesday in November - Election Day! Here are a few reminders: - Vote! To find your polling place, click here. The polls are open 7 am until 8 pm! - The City will be closed for Election Day. This means that there will be NO street cleaning on Tuesday, November 5. - There WILL be trash collection. Trash, recycling and bagged leaves will be collected as regularly scheduled. If you have any questions, please call the Solid Waste Hotline at (717) 291-4744.
October 8, 2013
If you've driven down Duke Street, dropped off an activity permit application or had a drink at Marion Court over the last year or so, you've probably noticed that City Hall has been under construction. If you're curious about the renovations, read more about them in this Lancaster Newspapers article.  
October 7, 2013
The Public Meeting will take place at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 15, 2013 in Conference Room #4 at the Southern Market Center, 100 South Queen Street (Vine Street Entrance). The City’s Annual Action Plan presents the objectives to be achieved and the activities to be undertaken in 2013, using an anticipated total of $1,607,450 in CDBG Program funds for the 2014 Fiscal Year (1/1/14 – 12/31/14) by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through its CDBG Program. The purpose of the public meeting is to receive public comment on the proposed use of funds prior to the submission of... read more
October 4, 2013
Have you been to newly renovated Rodney Park lately? How about the brand new dog park at Buchanan Park? If not, now’s your chance! On Saturday, October 5 during Fall ArtWalk, the City will be offering City parks bus tours, allowing residents and visitors to board a bus at one of several locations and tour the parks with a knowledgeable guide. They’ll touch on the improvements made to the parks, like public art and green infrastructure. City parks bus tours are free and open to the public on a first come, first serve basis. Tours will leave from four different locations and visit each of the... read more
October 3, 2013
Being in the midst of an Indian summer, it doesn’t feel much like fall these days – but the leaves are still turning! That means the City’s Annual Street Leaf Collection Program will begin October 14. Leaves are collected two different ways depending on where they fall. Leaves falling into streets are collected by street sweepers. Street sweeping leaf collection follows the twice monthly street sweeping schedule, except on King, Orange, Queen, Prince and Manor Streets and Highland Avenue, which are designated for weekly cleaning. Residents can confirm their pickup days by checking the signs... read more

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