October 21, 2017
The City of Lancaster Bureau of Water is advising our water customers that maintenance on a large-diameter water main over night Friday has stirred up the system and our reservoir and customers may experience cloudy, turbid water. The water is safe for consumption and regular use. The water in the system should settle back to normal appearances within 24-48 hours. Thank you for your patience and understanding. In case additional information is needed, the emergency phone number is (717) 291-4816.
October 20, 2017
DRINKING WATER WARNING BOIL YOUR WATER BEFORE USING BOIL WATER ADVISORY IS ISSUED FOR: Clear Stream Drive Arlene Drive Curby Drive Orkney Road from Arlene Drive to Druid Hill Road CUSTOMERS ARE ASKED TO BOIL THEIR DRINKING WATER UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Hiervan el agua antes de usarla. Este informe contiene informacion muy importante sobre sy agua de beber. Traduzcalo o hable con alguien que lo entienda bien. On Thursday, October 19, 2017, at 8:45 PM, the City of Lancaster Water Department has issued a boil water advisory caused by broken main. This notice is for customers residing at: Clear... read more
October 19, 2017
The City of Lancaster Department of Public Works will be performing a flushing of the extremities of the distribution system water main pipes to promote maximum water quality. Flushing operations will begin on Tuesday, October 24 and continue Tuesday through Friday, 8 am to 2 pm, for approximately 4 weeks. See link below for addresses scheduled to be flushed during the week of October 23. These addresses are tentative and subject to change.  Flushing may cause customers to observe discolored water and a reduction in water pressure, but this occurrence should be temporary. If customers have... read more
October 19, 2017
Celebrate the arts community in Lancaster at the Parade on the Arts on Sunday, October 22! Students from Lancaster County school districts will be marching with their artistic creations, alongside groups like the Music For Everyone Community Chorus and Samba'ville. Parade Route Starting at Clipper Magazine Stadium, travelling south on Prince Street to King Street, East on King Street to Queen Street, North on Queen Street to Clay Street, West on Clay Street back to Clipper Magazine Stadium. We encourage spectators to view from areas like the Art Park across from PCA&D - Pennsylvania... read more
October 19, 2017
Join Lancaster Rec for the 2017 Trick or Trot 5k Run/Walk & Monster Run for Kids on Saturday, October 28, 2017. Proceeds from the Trick or Trot 5K and Monster Run for Kids benefit Woodward Hill Cemetery’s restoration efforts and the Lancaster Recreation Commission’s Youth Athletic Scholarship Fund. The event will take place from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM on Chesapeake Street between S. Queen Street and E. Strawberry Street. Participants/Spectators are able to access the entrance to Lancaster County Central Park for parking until 8:40 AM. The event includes a scenic 5K, age appropriate course for... read more
October 3, 2017
The City of Lancaster has partnered with Penn State Cooperative Extension and the DEP for a free tire collection on Saturday, November 11 from 7 to 11 am at 421 S. Broad Street, Lancaster. Tires provide an excellent habitat for mosquitoes, particularly the Asian tiger mosquito, a potential vector of Zika virus. Tires may also provide habitat for a number of other mosquito species that may be a nuisance or spread other diseases, such as West Nile Virus. In response to the potential hazard, the Lancaster County Mosquito-Borne Disease Program is conducting a one-day tire collection to promote... read more
September 28, 2017
Mayor  J. Richard Gray, the U.S. Conference of Mayors (USCM) and Wells Fargo joined in an event today to celebrate a 2017 First Place CommunityWINS (Working/Investing in Neighborhood Stabilization) Grant Award for Small cities (Less than 75,000 population). An award in the amount of $150,000 was presented to the Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County for its work with the CAPital Workforce Program – is a construction training initiative focused on renovating distressed homes in primarily high-poverty neighborhoods in Lancaster City. CAP hires workers that have barriers to... read more
September 28, 2017
In a previous letter dated August 31, 2017, the City stated that because of problems with the production of raw materials due to recent hurricanes, we were pushing back the schedule of phase 1A and 1B.  Since the last letter, the supplier of the structural liner has informed us that they will not be able to produce the structural liner this year to meet our schedule.  Instead of using the structural liner, the City has opted to replace the water main in phase 1A, where the temporary water line is currently in use, with ductile iron piping. This change necessitated the City to bid out this... read more
September 22, 2017
1. Due to popular demand, static IP leasing is now available for an additional $19.99 per month. For additional questions or concerns, please contact customer support. 2. Crews have been installing network extensions in the southeast and northwest areas of the city. The following blocks recently received network extensions: South Anne St, South Marshall St, 200 Block of West Chestnut, and 300 Block of West Marion 3. Crews have been distributing fliers in southeast and northwest areas of the city. Residents who have received these fliers are encouraged to sign up before the posted date on... read more

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