Updated December 5, 2019

 

See below for a list of current projects that may impact vehicle and pedestrian travel.

 

Questions? Contact Matt Metzler at mmetzler@cityoflancasterpa.com or (717) 291-4777.

 

 

PPL STREETLIGHT BUYBACK, CONSTRUCTION WORK

 

Contractors for PPL (Aldridge Electric) are currently performing aerial work throughout the northeast and northwest quadrants of Lancaster City, in advance of the City’s purchase of the streetlight system from PPL. There will be short-term, pop-up work zones as crews splice wire, make repairs, and install fusing at approximately 3,300 locations throughout the city. Each crew intends to complete 6 to 10 locations per day and should be at each location for approximately 30-60 minutes on average. Residents may encounter short-term parking restrictions, alley closures, or other disruptions while contractors perform this make-ready work. The work is scheduled to be completed in approximately 12 months, at which time the sale will be complete and the City will own and maintain these streetlights. Any questions on this work should be directed to PPL at 1-800-DIAL-PPL or the Bureau of Engineering at (717) 291-4764.

 

 

BAUSMAN WATER MAIN REPLACEMENT

 

Contractors for the City of Lancaster will continue water main replacement and trench restoration work in the neighborhood for several weeks, as weather and manpower permit. Any questions on this project can be directed to the Bureau of Engineering at (717) 291-4764.

 

 

PRINCE STREET UGI UPGRADE PROJECT

 

Contractors for UGI (Miller Pipeline) continue work on South Prince Street until December 6, when they will shut down for the winter roadwork moratorium until after January 1. Lane restrictions will be prevalent day and night, except for morning and evening rush hours (6 – 8:30 a.m. and 3:30 – 6 p.m.). Any questions or concerns related to this project should be directed to Jose Figueroa, Operations Supervisor, at (717) 255-1437 or jfigueroa@ugi.com.

 

 

WALNUT STREET – CITY OF LANCASTER

 

Line striping has ceased for the Winter due to weather conditions, and will resume in the Spring with bike lane painting and legends.

 

Questions or concerns on these projects should be directed to Matt Metzler, Deputy Director of Public Works, (717) 291-4777.

 

 

LARGE DIAMETER TRANSMISSION MAIN, EAST HEMPFIELD TWP – WATER MAIN

 

Contractors for the City of Lancaster (Wexcon) continue a 24- to 30-month project to install a secondary, redundant large diameter transmission main from the City of Lancaster’s Oyster Point Reservoir in East Hempfield Township into the City of Lancaster. The contractor is currently working on Running Pump Road near Columbia Ave, and also at Old Tree Drive to stay ahead of the traffic circle construction in East Hempfield Township. The project route is generally Hempland Road, Centerville Road, Old Tree Drive, Running Pump Road, Columbia Avenue, Eisenhower Boulevard, Wilson Drive, Marietta Avenue, and Wheatland Avenue. Work will commence on Columbia Ave between Running Pump Road and Eisenhower Blvd in the near future. Any questions on this project can be directed to Matt Metzler at (717) 291-4777.

 

 

CHRISTIAN STREET WATER MAIN, GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE & PED-BIKEWAY

 

This project will continue for several months. Water main replacement, green infrastructure, storm and sanitary sewer, curb ramps, signal work, and roadway work are all planned as part of this project. Resurfacing is scheduled for Fall 2019 (north of Frederick) and Spring 2020 (south of Frederick). Questions or concerns should be directed to the Engineering Bureau at (717) 291 4764.

 

 

STREET IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

 

Paving has ceased for the 2019 construction season.

 

 

ADA CURB RAMP CONSTRUCTION – CITYWIDE

 

Contractors for the City of Lancaster continue replacing curb ramps with new ones meeting the newest accessibility guidelines as necessary around the City. Contractors will replace approximately 70 ramps per year for the next 4 years. Residents and motorists may encounter unexpected, short-term work zones as a result of this work. These are generally completed within about 2 weeks with weather cooperation. Please contact the Engineering Bureau at (717) 291-4764 with any specific questions or concerns on this work.

 

 

WATER AND WASTEWATER TRENCH RESTORATIONS

 

This work in ongoing throughout the construction season. Residents and motorists may encounter unexpected, short-term work zones as permanent restoration takes place. These are generally 1- or 2-day work areas. Please contact the Engineering Bureau at (717) 291-4764 with any specific questions or concerns on this work. New Enterprise d/b/a Burkholder Paving and Pennsy Supply are performing this work. Shiloh Paving and Strickler Paving are performing similar work for UGI.

 

 

PUBLIC WORKS OPERATIONS CENTER (RIVERSIDE AVE.)

 

This project continues, and construction is expected to be completed at the end of the year. Questions should be directed to Matt Metzler, Deputy Director of Public Works, at (717) 291-4777.

 

 

FIRE STATIONS REPLACEMENT, STATIONS 1 & 3

 

This project is in the bid review and bid award stage, and has an early-2020 construction start at Fire Station #1 on West King Street. Questions should be directed to Matt Metzler, Deputy Director of Public Works, at (717) 291-4777.

 

 

CULLITON PARK RENOVATIONS

 

The project is out for bid and bids will be received on January 8. Construction is expected to begin in early 2020, and continue through the entire 2020 construction season. The pool is planned to be available for the majority of the 2020 season (June-August).  Questions should be directed to Matt Metzler, Deputy Director of Public Works, at (717) 291-4777.

 

 

CITY OF LANCASTER GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS

 

City of Lancaster continues several Green Infrastructure projects. Please contact the Engineering Bureau if you have specific concerns about a location under construction at (717) 291-4764.

PARKING INFO

We understand that residential parking can get tight near construction areas. Click here for a map of parking options. Streets not highlighted in red or blue are not restricted by meters or permits, and are available for parking on a first come, first served basis.