Lower Heidelberg Township has had a long and illustrious history. When driving our roadways, one encounters modern houses and businesses, then rolling fields of corn, rye, and wheat. In the south, Hains Church stands high atop a hill overlooking Wernersville in the Lebanon Valley and beyond to Cushion Peak in the South Mountains. In the north, Brownsville Road hugs the ridge affording panoramic vistas of Blue Marsh Lake and the majestic Blue Mountains in the distance. In between, old stone farmhouses, wooden barns, and deserted homesteads nestled in the hills stand as reminders of a by-gone era.

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“FROZEN” Update

The smell of popcorn wafting through the air, ice cold juice and hot chocolate, and a state of the art entertainment equipment package were high Read More

Tax Scams/Consumer Alerts

New Email Phishing Scam: "Update your IRS e-file" The IRS has been alerted to a new email phishing scam. The emails appear to be from the IRS and Read More

Community Yard Sale Update

The LHT Recreation Board hosted our first ever Community Yard Sale on Saturday, Oct 4th at the Township Building. Despite the early morning rain, Read More

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Free To A Good Home

Your new recycling container. Very clean, never used. Available colors: Bright Blue. Height: 36". May be picked up at the Township Administrative Read More

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Free Zumba & Yoga Classes – Forming Now

Starting December 2nd Where: Township Building - Community Room Time: 7:00 p.m. Zumba: Meets on Tuesday - Starting Read More