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Budget Meeting October 12th @ 6:30

18
Oct
7:00 pm

Planning Commission Meeting

Township Municipal Building
26
Oct
7:00 pm

Board of Supervisors Meeting

Township Municipal Building
27
Oct
7:00 pm

Tentative Zoning Hearing Board Meeting

Township Municipal Building
02
Nov
7:00 pm

Park & Recreation Board Meeting

Township Municipal Building
09
Nov
7:00 pm

Board of Supervisors Meeting

Township Municipal Building

 

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TAVERN LUNCH

(This event has been cancelled)

 

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Due to COVID-19 restrictions the Township will no longer be accepting cash for permits or utility payments.

Heidelberg Township has CANCELLED the Recycling Program until further notice. We are sorry for any inconvenience.

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.

Latest News

Local Service Tax To Aid EMS Organizations

Heidelberg Township immensely values the efforts of our local volunteer Emergency Services organizations. In order to aid in sustaining their financial needs, the Board of Supervisors has enacted Ordinance 158 for a Local Service Tax.

Spotted Lantern Fly In Lebanon County

As you may have heard from other news sources, the Spotted Lanternfly is invading Pennsylvania and has made its way to Lebanon County.

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