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Yes. Many records and documents are already available online. Check the Form Center or Archive Center first to see if it is already posted. If the document(s) is not there, please complete the Township's Open Records Request Form and provide as much specific detail regarding the information you are seeking. This form should be submitted to the Township Manager/Secretary, who is the Open Records Officer, for processing in accordance with the PA Open Records Law.
Yes. The Commissioners Meeting Room is available for public use when not being used for Township business or meetings. The room must be reserved and there is a modest fee. Please see the link below for more information and links to reservation forms and fee information.
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Manheim Township has a variety of Boards and Commissions served by Township citizen volunteers. If you are interested in getting involved, the first step is to pick up and complete the Township's Volunteer Position Application form. Fill in your information and the Boards or Commissions or areas of interest. It is suggested, not required, that you also include your resume, especially if you are interested in serving on a technical board, Planning Commission, or UCC Board of Appeals, where qualifications and experience are important.
“Trick-or-Treat Night” is between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. on Halloween (October 31), except when Halloween falls on a Saturday or Sunday, in which case the date celebrated would be the Friday evening prior to the weekend date.
Voter registration is not handled by Manheim Township. Citizens wishing to register to vote need to contact the Lancaster County Board of Elections and Registration Commission located at 150 N. Queen St., Lancaster. (717) 299-8293. For more information, click on the link below.
The Township's real estate millage rate is set by the elected Board of Commissioners and from time to time may be changed by its action. Real estate taxes are one source of revenue used to pay for Township services and costs. As expenses rise, the need to raise real estate taxes may occur. In cases where new sources of revenue are implemented, the Board of Commissioners may lower real estate taxes.