Our office will be closed to the public from March 16th until March 30th.
Click here to see the
- Proposed Zoning Ordinance Amendments
- Zoning Exhibits (for the Zoning Ordinance Amendments)
- Proposed Zoning Map
ZONING HEARING BOARD FOR MARCH 25, 2020 WILL BE CONTINUED ON WEDNESDAY APRIL 22, 2020 @ 7:00PM AT THE TOWNSHIP BUILDING.
**RECYCLING IS CANCELLED FOR MARCH & APRIL**
WE WILL UPDATE YOU FOR MAY
SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE!
ANYONE WILLING TO VOLUNTEER? (WE NEED NOVEMBER VOLUNTEERS)
PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE THANK YOU!
Due to recent events resulting from the spread of the COVID-19, the Heidelberg Township Office will be closed to the public from Monday, March 16, 2020 until Monday, March 30, 2020. Office staff will be working to answer phone calls and emails. We will coordinate bill payments, permit applications and pickups and other correspondence using the outside mailbox located at the left side of the front entryway outside of the Township Building. We understand this is an inconvenience but we appreciate your understanding. Please call the Township Office at (717) 949-3885 with any questions. Thank you.
Lebanon County Department of Emergency Services has created a dedicated website for COVID-19. This website will provide the public with real-time information in the areas of public facing businesses, extended care facilities, schools, and faith-based organizations as a start. Click on this link http://covid19.lcdes.org/
Welcome to Heidelberg Township
Heidelberg Township is located in the southeast corner of Lebanon County in the Susquehanna Valley. It covers 24.2 square miles with a population of over 4,000. The Township consists of three towns, Schaefferstown, Kleinfeltersville, Reistville, and a handful of small villages.
Known primarily for developing the oldest waterworks in the United States, Heidelberg Township boasts some of the most fertile farmland in Pennsylvania. Part of this land was set aside by the Pennsylvania Game Commission and is shared with neighboring Lancaster County. That area, known as Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, consists of more than 5,000 acres that provides habitat for waterfowl, farmland and forest wildlife, and includes a 400-acre shallow water lake.